With Nvidia’s Shield gaining some traction among developers interested to see what its Tegra-based hardware can do, Valve has hinted that they’re adding another title to the little handheld-that-could: Half-Life 2 (and all of its two episodes). Across the world game journalists have been reporting that they’ve received Nvidia-logo’d neon green crowbars with the words, “What would Gordon do?” and a Nvidia Shield logo next to it. The Shield is currently only available in the US and Canada for $199 and some of the most popular classics like Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas and Portal are available on the console starting today.
To get your own you’d have to import it and to get the most out of it you’d need a robust Wi-Fi network at home with a Geforce GTX660 or better GPU. The Shield can be a handheld console or a streaming device and can also be hooked up to a Bluetooth gamepad and a HDMI cable into your TV to turn it into a home console for streaming from your PC over a wired or wireless network.
Source: Tech Report