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Mario & Zelda games heading to the Nvidia Shield in China

07 December 2017

Ahmad says that game titles such as the Wii version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princes are priced at RMB 68, roughly equivalent to GB£7.70 or US$10.

Nvidia is making similarly major efforts to adapt its product to China.

If these Wii games run at 1080p, a resolution the Wii didn't actually support, they'll be crisp running in the Switch's Handheld mode which only requires 720p output.

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Some of the company's older games from the discontinued Wii console will appear on the Nvidia Shield console in China. All the communications from Nintendo and from Nvidia have been targeted specifically for Chinese customers. 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. A handful of Wii games were announced, including "Punch-out!", "New Super Mario Bros." and "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess".

Nintendo is to release some of its popular games on a rival manufacturer's console for the first time in decades.

And now New Super Mario Bros. Wii, and Punch-Out!. All three games were originally available for the Wii almost a decade ago at a measly 480p resolution. It has been created to work with Baidu's DuerOS conversational artificial intelligence (AI) system and entertainment options from IQIYI.

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Until now, the majority of Nintendo games haven't been legally available in China, limiting the popularity of Super Mario and Donkey Kong, which are household names in the U.S., Europe and Japan.

Nintendo has yet to launch the Switch in China, so this may simply be a stopgap until it can get its new hybrid console on the market. However, this isn't the only partnership Nintendo secured for China.

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Mario & Zelda games heading to the Nvidia Shield in China