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Nvidia Corp. has announced a new promotion that will give gamers a total of $75 of in-game currencies to a trio of popular free-to-play (F2P) games: Warframe, Neverwinter and Marvel Heroes. The promotion, which is applicable for new purchases of notebook PCs featuring GeForce 700M-series GPUs or desktop GeForce GTX 650 GPUs, starts today and will run throughout the rest of the year.

Warframe is a co-op third-person online action game set in an evolving sci-fi world. Featuring Nvidia PhysX technology, players control ancient warriors in a war with the Grineer (bad guys). With over three million registered users, gamers can join friends in player-vs-enemy raids across the solar system and master the power of the Warframes. $25 of in-game currency gives players the opportunity to shop in the marketplace and gain new gear quickly such as a new supercharged Warframe with an inventory slot, a sentinel pet to aid in battle, mod-packs to instantly upgrade gear, void key packs to gain access to rare missions, as well as other boosters or revives.

Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter combines fast paced combat with over a quarter century of Dungeons & Dragons lore. The title features a number of Nvidia-exclusive technologies, such as TXAA, HBAO and 3D Vision, players experience epic stories, action combat and classic roleplaying. The bundle provided in-game loot will give players access to mounts, companions, consumables, items, fashion, crafting packs and more!

Marvel Heroes is a F2P massively multiplayer online action role-playing game features frenetic action combat where players can battle infamous Marvel villains as their favorite Superhero. Play with the already one and a half million registered users, as Hawkeye, Storm, Daredevil, Thing, or Scarlet Witch. $25 of in-game currency gives players the option to choose from a variety of heroes including Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Wolverine to name a few. Players can also opt to get iconic costumes from throughout Marvel's storied history, such as Iron Man's Mk 1 armor from his first appearance in Tales of Suspense #39 to his Avengers movie armor, to further customize their hero.

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Discussion started: 09/01/13 09:05:16 PM
Latest comment: 09/03/13 09:59:23 PM
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1. bundle against AAA NEVER SETTLE
so nvidia fanboys....... start shouting ohhhh its good one even better than never settle ........WTF
4 1 [Posted by: mudi1  | Date: 09/01/13 09:05:16 PM]
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Not sure what to think about this bundle. On one side they actual are giving to you something extra in said titles. On the other hand that something doesn't unlock the full range of content available in said games. Hmmm... This whole campaign from nVidia stinks of "Meh, like anyone cares..." And I don't like it. It's like they don't even consider AMD as a viable competitor. Guess who's losing. The consumer of course. :-/
0 0 [Posted by: solearis  | Date: 09/03/13 09:03:39 PM]

Laughable attempt..
1 0 [Posted by: Atlastiamhere  | Date: 09/03/13 01:10:47 PM]

$25 of in game currency in 3 free to play games; the perfect match for your $650 GTX 780!

I was offered to choose 3 games out of 9 when purchasing my $319 Sapphire HD 7970 (Newegg). No regrets!
0 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 09/03/13 09:59:23 PM]


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