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Nvidia Shield Tablet Dungeon Defenders Eternity

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1st August 2014, 09:25 AM   |  #1  
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If anyone is interested to see how well Dungeon Defenders Eternity runs on the Nvidia Shield Tablet in console mode through HDMI.

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Looks really great on the K1!! I've been playing this on my Shield Portable and I'm loving it. I just wish more games like this were ported to the handheld.
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Looks really great on the K1!! I've been playing this on my Shield Portable and I'm loving it. I just wish more games like this were ported to the handheld.

I really wish they would've allowed Single Player though, I rarely have WiFi when I am playing games on my Shield Portable
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Wow I may have to get this for my portable but I'm definitely getting it when I get my shield tablet
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Is this game choppy when playing on the TV?
I found many games to be choppy/dropping fps making the game stutter for 0.025 sec without a reason when playing on the built in screen...games like Dead Trigger 2, Horn, Walking Dead.
Trine 2 also feels choppy at some points (especially the intro video).
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Are all the controls mapped or did you have to set up anything using the mapper? I tried Order and Chaos on my Shield portable and it was a pain. This looks pretty fun though.
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Is this the same as the old one our like the new one on PC?
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Is this game choppy when playing on the TV?
I found many games to be choppy/dropping fps making the game stutter for 0.025 sec without a reason when playing on the built in screen...games like Dead Trigger 2, Horn, Walking Dead.
Trine 2 also feels choppy at some points (especially the intro video).

It depends on the map and how hectic it gets. It is generally smooth and a very enjoyable experience. I actually prefer playing on the TV through my tablet than on my PC. Just make sure it is on console mode and not mirror mode.

There are resolution sliders and performance tweaks you can turn on and off to get the experience you want. I ended up lowering the resolution and turning off shadows to get better framerates on bigger maps. I'll actually make a newer video to show the difference (I actually can't notice any difference while playing).

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Are all the controls mapped or did you have to set up anything using the mapper? I tried Order and Chaos on my Shield portable and it was a pain. This looks pretty fun though.

Controllers works without having to remap anything. There are options in-game to remap buttons if needed.

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Is this the same as the old one our like the new one on PC?

It is like the new one on PC. In the video I posted I am playing with other PC users.
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I love it on my tablet much more fun to play while on my lunch break at work

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I have a question, anyone know if it's possible to use a bluetooth keyboard and mouse to play this game on my shield tablet?

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