Jimmy McGee · Jun 4, 2014 at 06:00 am

Portal and Half-Life 2 on the Nvidia SHIELD! Win an Nvidia SHIELD! – XDA Developer TV

Not too long ago, Nvidia announced that the world of PC gaming has arrived on the Nvidia Shield in a whole new way. You may recall that XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan has done a SHIELD unboxingreview, and a played a couple games, including streaming games from his PC to his SHEILD. But now, you can play two hot PC games on the SHIELD natively: Half Life 2 and Portal.

Check out this video to watch Jordan play and talk about these games on the Nvidia SHIELD. And to make things interesting, we are going to give away two Nvidia SHIELDs with $15 Google Play gift cards for you to use towards the purchase of these games (or whatever you choose). To enter to win, check out the contest entry form at the bottom of this article and complete the required actions Entries will be accepted until June 18, 2014.

Check out other SHIELD related content:

NVidia SHIELD Giveaway

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos

Check out Jordan’s YouTube Channel and Jordan’s Gaming YouTube Channel


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