ANDROID GAMING CONSOLES & HANDHELDS Posts on XDA

What do you think of Qualcomm’s rumored Nintendo Switch clone that runs Android?

Gaming phones have usurped a major share in the market of handheld gaming devices. While brands like ASUS have gone as far as making gaming phones like the ROG Phone 5 that offer functionality similar to a gaming console, the Nintendo Switch has still stood at the top. Its ability to be used both as...

Snail Games W3D Hands On at CES 2015 – XDA TV

At this year's CES 2015, we were introduced to a company we haven't heard very much about: Snail Games. The video game development company has created what they call the perfect mix between an Android phone and a handheld gaming device. Their new product aims to be the only device you need in your pocket. XDA...

Android 5.0 Lollipop on the Nvidia SHIELD Tablet! – XDA TV

Not too long ago, Nvidia announced the successor to the Nvidia Shield, which got redubbed the SHIELD Portable. The successor was the Nvidia SHIELD Tablet. In the past, XDA TV Producer Jordan has done a SHIELD (Portable) unboxing, review, and a played a couple games, including streaming games from his PC to his SHIELD. Also, he showed you...

Google to Enter Set-Top Gaming with Latest Acquisition?

While Android-powered gaming devices haven't exactly replaced modern consoles in the quest for your living room-based entertainment needs, they're certainly gaining steam. While this essentially started with the Ouya, there are now many other Android-based gaming systems available such as the Nvidia Shield and the Madcatz MOJO. Google, however, has been curiously absent in this arena,...

Forum Added for Android Gaming Consoles and Handhelds

With increasingly powerful GPUs and a growing number of high quality game releases, gaming on Android is becoming a very real thing. As such, more and more users are delving beyond casual gaming titles like Angry Birds, instead investing decent amounts of energy playing large-scale releases. Alongside our powerful mobile devices, we've also seen the emergence...