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Tablets to Run Hades on a Budget.

Release Date 2018-12-06
Developer Supergiant Games
Publisher Supergiant Games
Pricing Model Fee-To-Play
Platforms Mac OS X, Nintendo Switch, Windows
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Genres

Action, Dungeon Crawler, RPG

Tags

3D, Atmospheric, Controller Support (Gamepad, joystick, etc.), DRM: Epic Games Store, Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Setting, Hack and Slash, Historical Setting, Indie, Isometric, Overhead View, Perma-Death, Procedurally-Generated, Single-Player, Story-Rich

Pricing History

Judging by recent records, you can expect to pay around C$30 for Hades on a regular day, but here's how its price evolved during the last few months:

Current Offers

Compatible Ready-Made Systems

The following Tablets meet the minimal system requirements set by Hades's developers. So, it should run the game, but you might need to lower visual quality for an enjoyable experience.

Matches are sorted by price, so if what you see doesn't match your expectations and you can afford to pay more, feel free to move on to the next page.

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Nintendo Switch Lite (HDH-001)

Nintendo Switch Lite (HDH-001)

This smaller version of the Nintendo Switch is dedicated to mobile gaming. So you do lose the option to connect this version of the console to the TV

Performance in selected Apps

Hades100th percentile

Who it's For

  • Gamer

Compared Overall

Bang for the Buck3th percentile
Versatility56th percentile
Power17th percentile
Storage Space7th percentile
Portability100th percentile
Battery Autonomy27th percentile

Specs

Operating System

Nintendo Switch

Screen

6", 1280×720(WXGA, 720p, 0.9MP), Touch Screen

CPU

Nvidia Tegra X1

GPU

Nvidia Maxwell 256

Memory

4 GB

Storage

32 GB total, Media Card Reader

Pricing

Typically sells for C$259.