Nvidia Project Shield Real Boxing Demonstarted (video)

Nvidia first unveiled their new Project Shield handheld gaming console back in CES earlier this year, and since then has released a number of demonstration videos showing the power of their new portable Project Shield gaming console.

Last week Nvidia revealed Borderlands 2 playing on their Project Shield console, and this week has released a video showing Real Boxing in action on the console. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

Project Shield

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Gioteck GC-2 PS3 Controller Launches

Gioteck has this week launched a new addition to its range with the unveiling of their new Gioteck GC-2 PS3 controller, which features juxtaposed joysticks, for more natural finger positions.

The Gioteck GC-2 PS3 controller is also equipped with two rumble motors and a high quality lithium battery capable of providing over 100 hours of gameplay on a single charge.

Gioteck GC-2 PS3 Controller

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Sony: PS3 Has Long Life Left, New Vita Games Are Needed

Sony is still all in with the PS3, despite some recent setbacks and the rumor cycle going at full speed regarding its successor. “PS3, in its sixth year, I think it still has a long life. And here we’re not in the stage where we are losing money in the hardware any more,” Sony CFO Masaru Kato told shareholders. “So again, there are discussions about the next platform, I cannot dwell on that at all at the moment. But in any case, we have a lot of business in PS3.”


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Far Cry 3 Sells 4.5 Million, Assassin’s Creed 3 12 Million

Ubisoft has posted sales information on some of its biggest titles and some of the numbers are monstrous. Assassin’s Creed 3 propelled the series to stratospheric heights, hitting a ridiculous 12 million, while lush island-bound FPS Far Cry 3 managed to score almost 5 million sales. However, Far Cry 3 was positively dwarfed by Just Dance 4, which posted numbers in excess of 8 million.


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Journey Was Completed While thatgamecompany Was Bankrupt

Habitual game of the year list fixture Journey was made by a very small team, but that doesn’t mean development was cheap. The game’s development ran an extra year out of the desire to polish the game into what it is today. And by the end the company had spent all of its money, staff were on half-pay or no pay and almost everyone involved left for greener pastures.


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Crytek Will Be Free To Play Only In Five Years

Crytek, the company behind top tier game engines and middling FPS games with superlative visuals is going free to play in a big way. Already at the forefront of melding AAA and F2P with Warface, they’re now committed to the new business model long term. Another part of that push is the company’s GFace platform.


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Epic Shuts Down Former Kingdoms Of Amalur Dev Impossible Studios

When 38 Studios closed down last year after Curt Schilling failed to repay a loan to the state of Rhode Island, Epic stepped in to offer the displaced staff a lifeline and formed Impossible Studios in the process. Things didn’t work out for either party, however, and Impossible studios is being shut down. Staff will get three months severance pay and a chance to try to keep the studio afloat on their own under the new name.


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Farmville Getting TV Animated Series

Despite Zynga’s recent setbacks, Farmville is still a relevant brand. Or at least, that’s what Zynga is banking on, having tapped director Brett Ratner to make a half hour animated show based on the property. Brett Ratner might be familiar as the director of Rush Hour, Red Dragon and X-Men Last Stand.


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Rayman Legends Delayed For Multiplatform Release After Developers Crunched To Complete It

Former Wii U exclusive Rayman Legends is going multiplatform and has been delayed for six months as a result. However, the Wii U version of the game is complete and will just be held back to wait for the other versions. According to an anonymous developer posting on a Spanish forum (and picked up on by NeoGAF), the team working on the game went through a brutal crunch period  to deliver the game in time for its former February launch date and is not happy with Ubisoft for the delay.


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Bayonetta 2 & Wonderful 101 Are Nintendo-Funded, Will Remain Wii U Exclusives

Current Wii U exclusives Bayonetta 2 and Wonderful 101 are extremely unlikely to ever grace other consoles because they’re being fully funded by Nintendo, according to Hideki Kamiya, co-founder of Platinum Games. Recent former Wii U exclusives Rayman Legends and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge are now in development for the PS3 and 360, possibly prompting Kamiya’s statements.


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