Nvidia’s PC game streaming service is adding SEGA games to their lineup

At this year’s Game Developers Conference, Nvidia announced that their PC game streaming service, GeForce Now, is expanding their library to include SEGA and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment games.

The first game that will be made available for GeForce Now is Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, and it will be followed by Sonic CD, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Ep. 1 & 2, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine, and Alpha Protocol.

If you want to sign up for GeForce Now, it will cost you $7.99 a month and you would have to purchase certain pieces of hardware from Nvidia’s gaming devices. You have the choice of getting either “the Shield Portable, which has a built-in gamepad; the Shield Tablet K1; and the Shield Android TV console.” Each device costs $199, and if you are looking to purchase the latter two devices, you would need to purchase the Shield controller for $59.99.

Via Polygon 


Marcin Gulik

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