Декабря 13, 2017


Nintendo Wii And GameCube Games Coming To NVIDIA Shield In China

05 Декабря 2017, 03:42 | Casey Mitchell

Nintendo Wii And GameCube Games Coming To NVIDIA Shield In China

Nintendo-NVIDIA Partnership Focus On Games For NVIDIA Shield In China

Nintendo hasn't released the Switch in China, and historically doesn't directly offer its consoles for sale in the market; a subsidiary called iQue has handled China-specific variants of handheld consoles as well as a version of the N64 back in 2003. That is why console manufacturers partner with local companies to handle the release and sales.

Tatsumi Kimishima, President of Nintendo clarified the company's stance on launching "Switch" in China during Nintendo's latest earnings briefing.

Nintendo will launch a selection of its most popular Wii and GameCube games on Nvidia's Android-powered Shield tablet in China. The confirmed games, Super Mario Galaxy, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, New Super Mario Bros.

Not only that but each game will run at 1080p, meaning they'll look much nicer than their Wii originals.

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If you pick up a Chinese Shield TV, you'll be able to play New Super Mario Bros. Unfortunately, it seems that this will likely remain China-exclusive permanently, as all communications from Nvidia and Nintendo indicate that it's specifically targeted at Chinese audiences. We'll have to wait and see if any other graphical improvements have been done on the games.

I suspect these four games will be used to gauge interest in China.

Given that the Shield Tablet shares the same architecture as the Switch, there's a very strong chance we could see these games coming to the eShop at some point in the future, too. Twilight Princess and Punch-Out! in 1080p.

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