Want to relive the defense of White Forest or smack down some Hunters from the comfort of your couch? If you own a Shield Android TV console, you'll soon be able to. Half-Life 2: Episode Two arrives on Nvidia's Shield Hub app store today, along with a handful of other new titles.
Though Episode Two is probably today's most well-known Shield release, Valve doesn't get the spotlight to itself. Shield TV owners will also be able to get their hands on Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut, a first-person puzzle game; Never Alone, a puzzle-platformer hybrid based on traditional Iñupiat stories; and Funk of Titans, which blends elements of Greek mythology and that funky music.
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