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Square Enix games will stream to NVIDIA Shield

'Tomb Raider' joins GeForce Now today.

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Publisher Square Enix is adding many of its titles to GeForce Now, the game subscription service for NVIDIA Shield devices. 2013's Tomb Raider will be first, followed by other franchises like Sleeping Dogs, Quantum Conundrum and Murdered: Soul Suspect.

GeForce Now costs $8 per month and lets you play a library of "more than 80" titles at no extra cost, with the option to pay extra to stream newer games. Provided you have the connection, it'll stream the games at 1080p and 60 frames per second. It's supported by both the Shield TV and the Shield Tablet.

Square Enix says it'll bring more games to the platform after the initial wave this year. If they all seem... somewhat similar in scope, that's not by accident: the company says that "SHIELD owners tell us that they love action-adventure games."

Aaron writes about design, technology, video games, and whatever 'culture' is supposed to be. After cutting his teeth at The Verge, he joined Engadget as a Senior Editor in 2014. In his spare time he enjoys scouring the world for beautiful furniture, taking long walks on the beach, training orphaned dolphins, and making up facts about himself.

Ethics: Aaron's partner is an employee of Ysbryd Games. As such he has no input into articles about Ysbryd or its games. His partner has also had fiction published by Abaddon Books, which is in the same group of companies as the game developer Rebellion. As the two companies remain distinct, this does not compromise his ability to cover video games created by Rebellion.
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