Square Enix Hops on Board: Bringing Hit Games to NVIDIA SHIELD

by Phil Eisler

Five hit games from Square Enix will be coming to NVIDIA SHIELD, including Tomb Raider, which launches today and will be available for GeForce NOW members to stream for free.   

Subsequent launches will include Sleeping Dogs, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Quantum Conundrum and Murdered: Soul Suspect.

Like Tomb Raider, we’re releasing these games on SHIELD for GeForce NOW members.

Including the Square Enix titles, GeForce NOW will include more than 80 games members can play instantly on SHIELD. SHIELD owners tell us that they love action-adventure games, and the award-winning Tomb Raider is one of our favorites.

Major Publishers Coming to SHIELD

Square Enix is the latest publisher to bring their franchises to the SHIELD platform. More and more publishers are seeing the potential for the SHIELD platform to transform the way gamers enjoy their games.

“Square Enix is delighted to join the NVIDIA SHIELD platform and enable instant access for gamers to stream our award-winning franchises like Tomb Raider with GeForce NOW,” said Janet Swallow, vice president-licensing worldwide, Eidos label at Square Enix.

Get GeForce NOW Free for Three Months

With a growing catalog of quality PC games on NVIDIA SHIELD, there’s never been a better time for gamers to get a SHIELD. You’ll  enjoy the fastest streaming media device, 4K support and instant access to our GeForce NOW game-streaming service.

The first three months of GeForce NOW membership is free, and then it’s just $7.99 per month.

So get a SHIELD today and transform your living-room entertainment experience.

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  • https://google.com/+RenaudLepage Renaud Lepage

    Yet their Final Fantasy IX game has a battle-scene issue where the background isn’t displayed, and thus they blacklisted the game for Tegra4, TK1 and TX1.

    edit: OH, you meant GRID, not SHIELD. Got it.

  • Ryan Thornhill

    Grid is bull its only good for American’s close to their server. How about they actually code some games to work on these devices I have the shield portable they call it now and it has decent hardware but they don’t release to many good games. every now and then rockstar releases a game but without true controller support. What a shame

  • Chris Revocateur

    Fix FFIX dammit! That’s what I want. I’m never gonna get or use Grid.