For those of you who are more about having a compact, more portable, Android console instead of OUYA are probably more interested in PlayJam's GameStick which did pretty damn good on Kickstarter and has since progressed nicely including a new design for their controller. We've seen plenty of pictures and video of GameStick and now anyone attending GDC 2013 next week will be able to check GameStick out in person as well.
Today Nvidia held their press event at GTC 2013 and the company talked about all kinds of good stuff ranging from information about Nvidia's GRID cloud gaming system and, of course, mobile chipset goodness was brought up. Nvidia's CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang,who is always fairly entertaining to watch during Nvidia events, was on stage once again and along with him came a new roadmap for their mobile chipsets.
For those of you who backed the Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming Android-powered gaming console OUYA, the company is planning to host a party in San Francisco this upcoming March 28th, 2013 in order to say thank you as well as to celebrate the launch of the units for those of you who backed their Kickstarter.
In the world on upcoming Android gaming controllers and consoles there is plenty of options to choose from when you're considering buying into one. We have OUYA, GameStick, MOGA, SteelSeries and more when it comes to controllers and consoles. One company we've talked about in the past, called Green Throttle, is officially launching their product today which basically turns your Android tablet into a console.
For those of you who backed the OUYA Android powered game console's Kickstarter campaign and purchased a unit through Kickstarter, your units are going to be landing on your door step soon as units are slated to begin shipping on March 28th, 2013.
For anyone not able to attend Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona that happens to be going on right now, Nvidia has decided to make a little video tour of their booth during the show, letting everyone take a look at what they have on display for the mobile side of things for this show. As you may be guessing, there is actually a lot to look at.
SteelSeries and EA have teamed up for the creation of an official Real Racing 3 mobile gaming headset for those of you who are fans of the franchise and the newest addition to it. This new headset is based off of the SteelSeries Flux headset but themed around Real Racing 3.
The race in the new console wars has begun with proponents for each side. Will the new Xbox 720 (code named Durango), or the the Playstation 4 (code named Orbis)come out on top? Right now it is anyone guess. What is a sure bet though is that both are likely to make use of your smartphone or tablet. We have already seen a glimpse of that future with the current Xbox console and its SmartGlass app.
nVidia today decided to come out an officially announce the other chipset we've known up to now as Project Grey. We have reported on the Tegra 4 series having two chipsets for awhile now, one being codenamed Wayne (normal Tegra 4) and the other being Grey. Well Grey is now officially known as Tegra 4i and it is nVidia's first integrated LTE Tegra processor.
For those of you who have decided to go a different route when it comes to Android gaming devices outside of the norm but didn't want to buy an OUYA, PlayJam has opened up global pre-orders for their portable GameStick game console... or unconsole as some of these new Android gaming devices are now being called.
For those of you waiting to grab a Tegra 4 device the moment they begin arriving for consumer consumption it looks like you will be waiting a little bit longer. nVidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has come out to say that their next-gen chipset won't begin shipping until mid-July.