Shadow Gun to be the first game optimized for a quad-core chip
0. phoneArena 26 May 2011, 08:10 posted on
Gaming might be the stronghold of iOS, but this time Apple’s platform is not alone in getting the latest of wow-inspiring graphical shooters. Game studio Madfingers, aka the folks behind Samurai II: The Vengeance, has announced Shadow Gun…
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1. NEZO (unregistered)
looks like a killzone port
19. icron (unregistered)
You sure about that?
2. TDroid21 (Posts: 70; Member since: 04 Apr 2011)
Damn!! Taht is one juicy badass game for a tablet!!!
15. Rex-tc (unregistered)
Uhmm Look at it. It won't run at a good framerate on any other mobile device. Of course Nvidia knows how to get the good games to it's GPU. Buy a Tegra phone and quit crying.
5. phbelov (Posts: 122; Member since: 25 Mar 2011)
I have Intel Core 2 Duo processor in my CPU and all games run very smooth and fast. There's no lag as well. So, I don't need any quad-core one. Looks like the same situation will be with smart phones. It seems that when quad-core processors will be announced, you could still play amazing stuff on your phone powered by dual-core processor.
13. xenover (Posts: 173; Member since: 27 May 2011)
I might be wrong but smartphones don't have separate video processors for 3D gaming (like ATI HD series and nV GTX series on PCs) , do they ?
16. ATTCallCenter (unregistered)
They don't have a seperate one, but it is included into the GPU, whereas the CPU is where you got the cores going on
22. BigAl (unregistered)
The Tegra 3 chipset is a quad core cpu with a 12 core gpu