Who says that Android may not have AAA games? Well, technically some Android devices like the Nvidia Shield can, but this is possible only by GeForce NOW and GameStreaming. At first glance hardware limitations do not permit a tough game console to run in a standard way of Android.

But is actually the case? Square Enix and Nvidia obviously disagree because they offer great action adventure Tomb Raider for Android TV. Discarded originally in 2013, it is reboot the story of Lara Croft and shows a younger version of the character that learns how to survive in dangerous environments.

Tomb Raider for Android is a direct port from the PC version in 720p resolution. The game is not so small (you need at least 5.5GB of free space) nor cheap (price $15), but on the other hand it is true port of AAA video game and worth both technical and gameplay. There is also support for Google Play Achievements and google cloud.

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