To help mark the 10th anniversary of NVIDIA's "The Way It's Meant to be Played" campaign, we rocked the house at the recently-wrapped E3 Expo, in L.A., with a live concert cranking out theme songs from your favorite game titles.
The concert took place in the Into the Pixel Lounge area at the L.A. Convention Center, featuring the musical stylings of Taylor Davis, Kyle Landry and Lara De Wit. We also gave away swag, GeForce graphics cards and Tegra-powered tablets.
"The Way It's Meant to be Played" program was launched in 2002 to help gamers identify titles optimized for NVIDIA hardware. These games not only look better on NVIDIA GPUs, they play better and deliver the gaming experience initially intended by the developer.
Fast forward to today, and it’s clear that NVIDIA's innovations in 3D Vision, FXAA, TXAA, and PhysX, have armed game developers with the tools they need to create visually-charged, immersive gameplay.
Check out the video for a look at NVIDIA's Into The Pixel concert series.