NVIDIA throws Valentine’s Day game discount party for Shield


To celebrate Valentine’s Day, NVIDIA is having a sale on six different titles from the GeForce Now game streaming service and Google Play. The list includes such romantic titles as The Park, a first-person psychological horror game set in a lonely and sinister amusement park, and This War of Mine, a brutal survival simulation game in which you must make no-win decisions that have life and death consequences on your companions while the soulless grind of the war around you whittles away your humanity and reinforces a crushing sense of one’s own meaninglessness and isolation.

Say, NVIDIA, did you recently go through a hard break-up? If you need a shoulder to cry on, just let us know. Try to remember that there are other fish in the sea.

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Other games in the lineup include Submerged, Juju, Dustoff Heli Rescue, and Windward. NVIDIA says that the sale will run through the end of Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 2016. The GeForce Now games (The Park and Submerged) are 33% off, but rest of the games, which are available in the Google Play Store, range from 50-67% off.

So if you and your loved one are looking to cozy up together and play a fun Android game or two this Sunday, consider getting Windward, the only cooperative multiplayer game on this list. If you, like NVIDIA, will be celebrating More Wine For Me Day instead of Valentine’s Day, then grab any of the other games and settle in with the comfort food of your choice instead.

Do any of the games on this list jump out at you as a good deal? Let us know which you would pick and why in the comments below! To read more, head on over to NVIDIA’s official promo landing page for this offer.

Play Submerged
Play The Park
Get Windward
Get This War of Mine
Get Dustoff Heli Rescue
Get Juju

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