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Sep 27, 2016 10:56 PM EDT

NVIDIA Shield’s 'The Uncertain' Asks Humans: “What They Have Done With Their Own Race”

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The NVIDIA Shield have provided a few numbers of remarkable and impressive exclusive sneak peeks just recently and one of the most notable scene is that of the "Pavilion". One particular game that adds up to the wonderful job that NVIDIA Shield is doing is the all new "The Uncertain", a cool and exciting post-apocalyptic game exclusive for the sole use of NVIDIA Shield.

Even if a lot of post-apocalyptic games are showcasing the plight of humans in a world where other species are dominating i.e. robots or aliens, this game aims to defy from that norm. Instead of having few humans living for survival, this game will start off with no human survivors at all and in a world where one robot rules the Earth and humanity has been rumored to have deleted itself from the face of the world with its own dirty hands, according to Chanuhacktricks.

The game will have you use an engineering robot that is so curious about the history of the earth as well as the almost forgotten and human race. In the hopes of finding more information and gaining additional knowledge about them, the game offers you to unlock secrets and other vital information with regards to the past, provided that the central question that revolves around the character's mind is "Why have humans killed its own race?"

"The Uncertain" is out and available currently for only $14.99, and could only be played on NVIDIA Shield TV. No further news about whether or not the game has a technology that would be viable for other devices that aren't controlled by Shield. However, provided that the game takes another angle in the post-apocalyptic setting, this game will be a sure hit and gamers won't mind that this is only available in NVIDIA Shield TV, Android Authority reported.

Who knows? Maybe the developers are working their best to let other devices make use of the game. 

 

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