One of Europe’s modernist landmarks, the Barcelona Pavilion, was home to the introduction of a wave of post-modernist Tegra 3 games, at NVIDIA’s press event at Mobile World Congress.

Check out the video below which recaps the event – housed in the Mies van der Rohe-designed structure, hewn of marble, onyx and glass. Included are interviews with key game developers, as well as demos of such games as Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II, Golden Arrow, Dark Kingdom TDH and Eden to Greeeen THD, plus a flavor for the reception itself.

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  • Gary Zhang

    Would Kinect like gesture input further improve the gaming experiences on Tegra devices?
    With an external LCD display via HDMI, this effectively makes Tegra Tablet a game console.

    Any thoughts?

  • Will Park

    That’s a very interesting idea, Gary. Thanks for the comment! 🙂