Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Research | By Derrick Holloway

Nintendo Wii And GameCube Games Coming To NVIDIA Shield In China

Nintendo Wii And GameCube Games Coming To NVIDIA Shield In China

He notes, "The Shield will focus on games in China".

It's not clear if the games will be available on Android or iPhone in other parts of the world.

Right now, you can play New Super Mario Bros. Other games from Nintendo's GameCube and Wii catalogs will be released for the Shield in the future... including Super Mario Galaxy.

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The only GameCube title announced thus far is "Super Mario Galaxy". It's more than likely that Nintendo's partnership with Nvidia is a way for the console manufacturer to crack a notoriously hard market for consoles.

With the Chinese government lifting ban on gaming consoles after 15 years, Sony and Microsoft have launched their consoles in the country.

There's already a solid selection of Android games, ports of select PlayStation and Xbox titles, and even the ability to stream games from your Steam library if you have the proper computer hardware. There's an official gamepad, for instance, in addition to the standard remote control. These wonderful games have been provided to NVIDIA under license. As pointed out by Daniel Ahmad, Wii games on Shield cost the equivalent of just $10. Games will run about RMB 68 apiece.

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

However, he noted that we "have previously researched the possibility of selling our products in China, and that effort continues as we consider bringing Nintendo Switch to the Chinese market".

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Since China doesn't allow Google services, Nvidia's machine will have streaming, store, and smart assistant features that come from local Chinese partners.

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