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NVIDIA Puts Select Games on sale for ‘SHIELDsmas’

December 23, 2015 - Written By Alexander Maxham

NVIDIA has had a sale on their SHIELD TV for most of the holiday shopping season, and after announcing the SHIELD Tablet K1 not too long ago, it’s safe to say that many are receiving these for Christmas later this week. NVIDIA has just sent word that they are putting a number of games on sale for the SHIELD TV, GeForce NOW and their SHIELD Tablets. The Android TV Games for the SHIELD TV start Tomorrow, December 24th and run through January 4th. They include: The Battle of Sol, Chariot, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions, Hecatomb, Killing Floor: Calamity, Never Alone, Pix the Cat, Pure Pool, Q.U.B.E.: Director’s Cut, and Whispering Willows. So if you’ve been looking for some games for the NVIDIA SHIELD TV, now’s the time to pick up one or a few.

The company is also offering a number of GeForce NOW games on sale that also last from December 24th through January 4th. These include The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at 50% off, Oceanhorn: Monster of the Uncharted Seas at 50% off, Sublevel Zero at 25% off and the Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power at 50% off. Additionally, they are offering a slew of games in the SHIELD Hub in this sale. All of which are available on the Google Play Store, and last through December 29th. These include FINAL FANTASY III for $6.99, Goat Simulator for $0.99, Joe Danger for $0.99, Leo’s Fortune for $0.99, Minecraft: Story Mode for $0.10, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour for $0.99, NBA Jam for $0.10, Pac-Man CE DX  for $0.99, Rayman Fiesta Run for $0.25, Riptide GP 2 for $0.49 and finally This War of Mine for $4.49.

Some really great deals on some new games, no matter what NVIDIA device you’ve picked up this holiday season or picked up for someone else. The NVIDIA SHIELD TV is still available and you can pick it up for $199 from Amazon. The NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 is also available for $199, and would make the great gift for any gamer out there, especially if they are an Android user. With tons of games on sale, it makes perfect sense to pick one up, however it may not be here in time for Christmas.