A software engineer cracked open Nvidia’s GeForce Now app and found a collection linking some 18,000 games to PCs, ranging from old console games to unannounced Dream projects.
Ighor July shares his findings medium. Basically, they pinged the software’s servers for a list of entries, most of which aren’t actually usable or viewable in GeForce Now — and for good reason, because so many of them are completely absurd.
With Sony now porting Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves to PC as well as PS5, the entry for a God of War PC port makes some amount of sense. The company recently roped in PC port specialist Nixx specifically to support its PC efforts. However, that is the end of the clear predictions here.
Here’s a short list of apparently bonkers games and software that Ighor July apparently found in the archives of GeForce Now, courtesy of Reddit user unclejupp.
- resident evil 4 remake
- Dragon’s Dogma 2
- Talos Doctrine 2
- monster hunter 6
- “Bioshock 2022”
- chrono cross remaster
- Kingdom Hearts 4
- Shin Megami Tensei 5
- Super Mario Bros. wii
- Dolphin (yes, emulator)
It goes without saying that these games either don’t exist, haven’t been announced, or haven’t been announced for PC. This suggests that Nvidia has either compiled a bunch of optimistic data for this collection or basically dodged anything it can think of in the backend for placeholders. Whatever the case, it makes for a hilarious nest of theories that will surely inspire some tin foil hattries in the future. What’s super-under on Nintendo to bring Super Mario Bros. Wii to PC by officially supporting emulation?
It’s here best pc games that you can play now (because they really exist).