Nintendo brings Wii and GameCube titles to Nvidia Shield in China

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"NVIDIA and Nintendo Co., Ltd. have reached a licensing agreement to bring select game content to SHIELD, available for the Chinese market".

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. Twilight Princess, and Punch-Out! for the Nvidia Shield microconsole in China.

Nintendo and NVIDIA have previously worked together on the popular Nintendo Switch console, which uses NVIDIA's Tegra chip. All three are remastered in 1080p and only available through the China version of the Shield.

The deal has reportedly been in the works for quite some time for Chinese distribution company iQiyi, Nvidia and Nintendo. They will be remastered in 1080p resolution and available on the Nvidia Shield in China today. The device went on sale December 5 in mainland China with three classic Nintendo games, including The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, New Super Mario Bros. While this does mean the Shield can comfortably play Wii games, it's hard to gauge if Nintendo will bring games to Shield in the United Kingdom, or simply reserve them exclusively for Switch instead. According to the leading gaming website, Gamespot, New Super Mario Bros. It has been created to work with Baidu's DuerOS conversational artificial intelligence (AI) system and entertainment options from IQIYI.

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Up until 2015 console makers were banned from selling games in China.

Nintendo has been particularly hard-hit by piracy, which is rampant in China and has dissuaded console manufacturers from launching their products in spite of the huge market potential.

The only GameCube title announced thus far is "Super Mario Galaxy".

The release is an important one as Nintendo has yet to officially release the Switch in China.

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