Nvidia officially announced that the Shield TV in China will run New Super Mario Bros. The company also for the longest time ever avoided releasing games on mobile, instead encouraging gamers to buy their hardware instead.
Already, Nvidia has confirmed that The New Super Mario Bros Wii and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess are available to play on the Shield in remastered 1080p with other titles such as Super Mario Galaxy planned for the future. However, this isn't the only partnership Nintendo secured for China.
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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. Could we see these Nintendo games offered on the Shield in the West? Now, according to a report from Nintendo Wire, the Shield TV will soon pick up certain Wii titles.
I suspect these four games will be used to gauge interest in China.
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The fact Nintendo and Nvidia have a good enough relationship to make these ports possible should come as no surprise.
Nintendo and NVIDIA have previously worked together on the popular Nintendo Switch console, which uses NVIDIA's Tegra chip.
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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".