What happened? In an attempt to discover which games have been removed from GeForce Now, a user named Ighor July finally found some surprises in the Nvidia database. In addition to PlayStation 4/5 and Nintendo Wii games not available for PC, Ighor also mentioned Dolphin and a Nintendo GameCube/Wii emulator for PC and mobile operating systems.
Igor found out about the database four months ago, but after Nvidia didn't respond, she decided to publish her findings. To access the GeForce Now game database, Ighor collected the web address of the web request handler found in the program's console.log file.
Ighor, playing with the GraphQL editor, managed to get more than 18,000 results, which prompted him to create and run a proxy server to check hidden games in the database. PlayStation titles were not available for PC at the time of the review, including God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Ghost of Tsushima, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. In a separate report, other titles mentioned in the database include Demon Souls, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Ratchet & Clank, Déraciné, Horizon Forbidden West, and Returnal. BloodBorne, which many believe comes to the computer, was not in the database.
Although this might sound like a huge leak from future PC games, it's not yet confirmed. Perhaps this database was recently imported with unnecessary entries, or perhaps Nvidia intends to offer console titles through its cloud gaming platform. The latter is still very sweet, allowing you to play console-exclusive games on your PC.
However, the list of dolphin simulators looks questionable. Nintendo declares that copying console games in any way is prohibited, including dump games to play on dolphins. This shouldn't be any different when using a cloud gaming platform. Unless Nvidia finds a way to circumvent Nintendo's policy or reaches an agreement with the company, the leak could cause some problems for Nvidia. Max, Maya, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, Unreal Engine. It is likely that the developers will use it for commercial purposes. Other applications in the database include client operating systems such as Origin, Uplay, and GOG, which will likely test third-party games. Games removed from the platform were also noted.
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