Mario & Zelda games heading to the Nvidia Shield in China

Mario & Zelda games heading to the Nvidia Shield in China

Mario & Zelda games heading to the Nvidia Shield in China

Nintendo is bringing a smorgasbord of its older titles, including New Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Galaxy, and Twilight Princess, to China through the Nvidia Shield tablet console.

If you live in China and own an Nvidia Shield, you can now play great Wii games like The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess-no need to own a Switch, a 3DS, or even the console that Twilight Princess originally appeared on. All three are remastered in 1080p and only available through the China version of the Shield.

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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. Hopefully Nintendo and NVIDIA will see sense and release them in all territories before long though.

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Sure, Nintendo has released games on mobile this year. China has also been a tricky market for Nintendo to operate within thanks to a ban on video game consoles first instituted in 2000 and lifted only in 2015. The latter two companies previously worked together in bringing the Nintendo Switch to life using the Nvidia Tegra processing chip to handle the device. Wii, and Punch-Out!. All three games were originally available for the Wii almost a decade ago at a measly 480p resolution. Ahmad notes that Nvidia Shield would sell for RMB 1499 (about $227), while the titles would be priced around RMB 68 each. This has ensured that gamers eager to play a new version of Mario Kart can only do so if they buy a Nintendo machine.

Historically, Nintendo has rarely licensed its original games and characters to rival consolemakers.

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Nintendo's family-friendly lineup means it may fare better with China's censors.

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