Ding Ding! NVIDIA has entered the ring, and is about to deliver a KO to the Android gaming world. Real Boxing, NVIDIA’s new offering through the TegraZone, is a 3d- hyper realistic boxing game that delivers gorgeous graphics and smooth gameplay. The Tegra 3 optimized title shows us the power of NVIDIA’s chipset by delivering graphics that are truly above the standards of contemporary mobile games.
Real Boxing isn’t all about slugging it out in the ring, either. The game offers a full career mode and mini-games that allow gamers to take a break from the action and earn points to build up their characters. The blood doesn’t hurt, either; although not on par with Mortal Kombat, players will get a bit of blood on their shorts.
Real Boxing is powered by the Unreal Engine, and is optimized for Android tablets that are powered by the Tegra 3, which include enhanced textures, increased poly count and animations, and per pixel specular and true depth of field. The game also features extensive motion capture from professional boxers that make you feel like you’re looking at the real thing.
NVIDIA’s upcoming Project Shield has been seen running this game in demo videos, and the title will make its way to NVIDIA’s portable Android gaming device with enhancements courtesy of Vivid. The controls are great on tablets, but we can’t wait to send some blood flying using Project Shield’s controller. Either way, the game is a solid sports title even for those who are not the biggest boxing fans.