Project Shield: Nvidia’s Real Boxing demo shows off physics tech

By Dave Cook, Monday, 11 February 2013 12:17 GMT

Nvidia’s Project Shield console has received a new gameplay trailer focusing on Vivid Games’ Real Boxing, a new title coming to Tegra-4 enabled devices this year. The game features neat physics tech that works in tandem with the console’s dual-analogue sticks to create some pretty convincing punches.

What do you think of Project Shield so far? Recently we’ve seen Borderlands 2 running on the console, and we covered everything you need to know about the console’s reveal at CES here.

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