Nintendo Games Are Coming to China Via the Nvidia Shield

Remigio Civitarese
Dicembre 7, 2017

Nintendo is releasing remastered Wii games for the Nvidia Shield in China.

Because this announcement marks the first time some of these Wii games will be available in HD (Twilight Princess HD was released last year), some have speculated that Nintendo is using the Nvidia Shield to test potential Wii re-releases for the Nintendo Switch. Although his biggest legacy may be massive successes such as the Wii, some of the hands-on work he did in game development has resulted in some of the greatest moments in video game history, with Iwata playing a part in everything from Pokemon Gold and Silver through to the creation of Super Smash Bros. We understand the titles are available in full 1080p resolution, and others such as Super Mario Galaxy are on the horizon. They look great in action.

Unfortunately this is a China only deal but with the current price of the Nintendo games going for RMB 68, means when the currency is exchanged into USD Nintendo games suddenly only become $10.28. That's not bad, and not to mention, the games are outstanding. It is unclear how this move to the China will effect the rest of the worlds market, but bringing Nintendo games to the NVIDIA Shield in clear 1080p to reportedly 300 million gamers might just be the first steps into a world wide Nintendo games on the Shield. New Super Mario Bros. At this point, we do not yet know if this version is an HD port of the original GameCube title or a port of Twilight Princess HD from the Wii U.

SHIELD owners in China will be able to download and play select Wii and Nintendo GameCube titles, with others coming soon - among them, Super Mario Galaxy.

The Nvidia Shield launched in China earlier this week, offering numerous same streaming capabilities that western consumers have seen from the device already. These incredible games have been provided to NVIDIA under license. "SHIELD will bring Chinese customers a brand-new experience in gaming, AI and home entertainment with Baidu's DuerOS conversational AI system and abundant entertainment options from iQIYI".

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