Up To 75% Off Select NVIDIA SHIELD Games For Black Friday

It is the week of Thanksgiving, which also means that it happens to be the week of Black Friday. Which again, also means that it happens to be the week of deals. If you are the owner of the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV, then you have not been excluded from this year's Black Friday festivities. As NVIDIA has today announced that they are starting their Black Friday celebrations early and in fairly big fashion.

Obviously, if you already own an NVIDIA SHIELD, then you will not be in the market for one. However, what you will be in the market for is content to consume on your SHIELD and that is exactly where the NVIDIA SHIELD Black Friday sale comes in. To sum up, NVIDIA is slashing SHIELD game prices for Black Friday and by as much as 75-percent. In truth, there are simply way too many games to list them all, so you are best off heading through the link below and checking out the complete list. However, to give you some examples of the titles and deals that you can expect, Android games on sale include DOOM 3 BFG Edition (which is 50-percent off), Fruit Ninja (which is also 50-percent off), Gunslugs and Gunslugs 2 (which are also both 50-percent off), as well as 50-percent off Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode 1 and Half-Life 2: Episode 2. Mercenary Kings also happens to be 50-percent off, while Never Alone is 70-percent off, Q*Bert Rebooted: SHIELD Edition is 60-percent off and Space Grunts is 75-percent off.

As mentioned, this is only a small selection of the titles that are on offer as part of the sale. Not to mention, they are only a selection of the Android games that are on sale, as the NVIDIA SHIELD sale also includes discounts on a number of GeForce NOW games as well. Again, without naming them all, some of the GeForce NOW discounted titles include, Dead Island Riptide: Definitive Edition, F1 2015, Homefront: The Revolution, various LEGO titles, Metro 2033 Redux, Risen 3 - Titan Lords, Saints Row: Gat out of Hell and more. The sale has started today and will be ongoing until November 28, next Monday.

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