Nvidia Shield Price Set at $349, Pre-Order From May 20

by on May 14, 2013

Nvidia’s Android powered system will be available at online and brick and mortar retailers some time in June. Along with Nvidia themselves, a post on the Nvidia blog confirmed some of the North American retailers that will be stocking the console include: Newegg, Gamestop, Micro Center and Canada Computers.

At a suggested retail price of $349, anyone who’s really keen to pick up a Shield can pre-order one from May 20. Anybody who signed up for the Project Shield newsletter can pre-order the system from today.

Nvidia Shield will come with two free games: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 and Expendable: Rearmed. If those don’t tickle your fancy, Nvidia has announced five additional games that will be coming to the handheld: Costume Quest and Broken Age from Double Fine, Flyhunter: Origins from Steel Wool Games, Chuck’s Challenge from Niffler and Dedalord Games’ Skiing Fred. Of course, there will also be a number of Google Play games that will also be available on the Shield, too.

Out of the Ouya, the GameStick and Nividia’s Shield, what interests you the most? Are you ok with the price tag? Let us know in the comments section, below.

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