The above screenshot is good enough reason alone as to why you would want NVidia’s Tegra-3 chip on your device. The game is called SHADOWGUN which is running on the Unity engine and it’s by Madfinger Games. If you were wondering who Madfinger Games are, they are the company that brought Samurai II: Vengeance to iOS devices. So remember we reported that Google and NVidia were working together on Ice Cream Sandwich, and that the next Google smartphone, the Nexus 3, could very be sporting the Tegra-3 chip and be the worlds first quad-core phone? Well if this game is any indication of what the Tegra-3 can bring to mobile devices then iOS devices better watch out because the competition just got a whole lot stiffer.
Oh in case you were wanted a bit more details on the game:
Authored with the Unity development platform, SHADOWGUN combines tactical combat with third person harrowing action, ushering in a new visual standard for handheld gaming. SHADOWGUN puts players into the role of John Slade, a professional bounty hunter in the year 2350. Slade’s mission: hunt down Dr. Edgar Simon, renowned geneticist and former employee of the trans-galactic corporation Toltech Enterprises. Players must lead “shadowgun” John Slade as he infiltrates Dr. Simon’s mountain fortress and fights his personal army of mutants, cyborgs, and genetically-enhanced humanoids. Using state-of-the-art weaponry, ships, and the assistance of S.A.R.A.–Slade’s personal android assistant. The story is written by award winning author Micah Nathan who has joined the MadFinger team as executive creative consultant for SHADOWGUN.