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


The companies revealed that Nvidia's Android-based home console will feature ported versions of games like The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and New Super Mario Bros. According to the leading gaming website, Gamespot, New Super Mario Bros.

In one of the more unexpected partnerships of recent years, Nintendo has announced that it's working with hardware manufacturer Nvidia to bring a bunch of Wii and GameCube games to the Nvidia Shield-but only in China.

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A trailer for the NVIDIA Shield in China has also been shared by industry insider Daniel Ahmad, and you can check it out below. Twilight Princess and Punch-Out! in 1080p.

There are still no news regarding the Nintendo Switch Virtual Console, but it seems like Nintendo hasn't been completely idle lately, as Wii and GameCube games will soon be made available on modern devices. The Shield TV itself costs 1499 yuan, or about $225.

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What is unclear for now is how far this deal between Nintendo and Nvidia extends in terms of future title announcements and markets beyond China. The Shield TV sold in the rest of the world runs Android TV and makes use of Google software like the Assistant and the Play Store, neither of which can be used in the region.

Though these releases are limited to China, the very fact that first-party Nintendo games are up and running in HD on the Shield TV will no doubt intrigue fans elsewhere.

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While the Nintendo Switch might be Nintendo's focus in markets like the US, Europe, and Japan, it appears that it hasn't forgotten about other countries like China.