by Hassan Anjum

The popular Android game Shadowgun has been enhanced to take advantage of the Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor. This demo shows Shadowgun’s graphics performance when played on Tegra 3 devices.

In Shadowgun, the year is 2350 and you play the role of infamous bounty hunter John Slade. Your mission: neutralize mutant baddies.

Over the course of the past couple of months, Shadowgun developer Madfinger Games has been hard at work setting a new benchmark in mobile graphics.

The Tegra 3-optimized version of Shadowgun features console-quality water, enhanced rag-doll physics, particle effects, enhanced shaders and dynamic textures. These are only possible using Tegra 3’s multi-core capabilities, and they make for a truly immersive and realistic gaming experience.

Check out the quad-core Shadowgun demo video below. For more information, check out Shadowgun and other Tegra-optimized games on Tegra Zone – click here.

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  • Cody Lopez

    this video is private

  • Tim Dagg

    Video link fail. Video is private.

  • Shawn Clemmerson

    link fail private video. change permissions so i can change my mind about tegra vs adreno 220

  • Bryan Amrein

    Damn this looks amazing Nvidia! After I get out of the Army, i’m gonna come work for you guys 😉

  • Pat Patterson

    Meh… cheesy animations and simple textures. If this is supposed to win hearts and make me buy a 600$ tablet + 150$ (for keyboard dock) then forget it. Half-Life 1 on my 32mb Creative Labs Annihilator was more random and visually stimulating then this. It ‘looks’ good but there’s nothing new I’m seeing. Reminds me of a 480p Gears of War… I have absolutely no need to upgrade from Tegra 2/250 other then bragging about pure raw power if the games are like this…

    If you’re going to demo something for an upcoming hardware platform…. pick something more original that will get old gamers thinking, and new ones amazed. Clones of something that worked 5 years ago on a very powerful chipset is a bit of a letdown for consumers, like me, waiting on Tegra 3. Same thing with the PC video card market, awesome hardware and crap crap crap programming. If you spend millions to produce something like Call of Duty, why repeat it year after year and slightly upgrade some linear, movie-based engine that really isn’t that great considering I have SLI 580s… Oh well.

  • Ilya Tikhomirov

    Show me Infinity Blade 2 on Tegra 3) Shadowgun is not so beautiful game as infinity blade. But anyway Onlive is better

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  • rldm_1012

    you must be a subscriber to Nvidia on youtube (I think)

  • rldm_1012

    go to youtube… you must be a subscriber to Nvidia to see it (I think)

  • rldm_1012

    check on youtube with your youtube account… you must subscribe… (I think)

  • Anonymous

    Sorry about that. We launched the blog before we made the video public. Hopefully you had a chance to to watch the video after we made it public.

  • Anonymous

    Glad you like it. What other videos would you like to see?

  • Anonymous

    Glad you like it. Let us know what else you’d like to see!

  • Jose Gandia

    I want to see Zombiessss……  Killing Floor???? <<— watch them make it now and get R1Ch…
    (-_-) lol Royalties!!! har har.


  • Simeon Aitken

    Have you given BF3 a chance (with your 580’s)? 😛

  • Atik Kurniawan

    the best hardware to experience gaming is on pc. lets focus more on the pc, shall we?