More Great Console Gaming Coming to Tegra 3

By Alfred Chew - Tue, Jun 26, 2012

We have the scoop on two console games from Acquire CORP that are coming to the TegraZone stable later this year: Orgarhythm THD, which is being developed in tandem with the console version, and Sumioni THD.

Orgarhythm THD blends music and real-time strategy elements to create a new experience specifically designed for touch-enabled mobile play. As the God of Light, players will battle the forces of the God of Darkness by deploying elemental soldiers for rhythm-based attacks synced to a hypnotic mix of rock, club and tribal music. In the game, rhythm is a weapon and different attacks occur on different beats, making the game's catchy soundtrack dynamic to user input.

The game utilizes the Tegra processing abilities to increase resolution, elevating visuals to console-quality graphics. Orgarhythm THD, currently in development for Tegra-powered devices and PlayStation Vita, will launch later this year.

Richie Casper, Creative Director at Acquire CORP has said, “NVIDIA Tegra powered devices gave us the freedom to not only implement high resolution textures to take advantage of the HD screens, but the multiple cores also gave us the kick in performance that we needed to really make Orgarhythm THD shine.”

Sumioni THD allows you to use your finger to draw platforms to run on, call upon elemental magic and summon mythical creatures! You can check out additional information about Sumioni THD on their website:

Sumioni THD utilizes the power of Tegra 3 to push the visuals to a whole new level. While it’s currently available for PlayStation Vita, it will be available for Tegra-powered devices in the coming months.

Junichiro Tamura, Producer at Acquire CORP has stated: “The HD screen resolution allowed us to show the true beauty of the Sumi-E art style that we used in the game.”

We’re excited to bring two amazing games to TegraZone and can’t wait to share them with you when they launch as we continue to bring console-quality gaming to Tegra-powered mobile devices.