Mario & Zelda games heading to the Nvidia Shield in China

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The company also for the longest time ever avoided releasing games on mobile, instead encouraging gamers to buy their hardware instead.

Daniel Ahmed recently shared a trailer on Twitter for the Shield TV in China, and sure enough, it highlights games such as Super Mario Bros Wii, Super Mario Galaxy, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princes, and Punch Out!.

Nintendo hasn't released the Switch in China, and historically doesn't directly offer its consoles for sale in the market; a subsidiary called iQue has handled China-specific variants of handheld consoles as well as a version of the N64 back in 2003.

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Not only that but each game will run at 1080p, meaning they'll look much nicer than their Wii originals. The NVIDIA Shield, which launched today in China, will make Nintendo games such as New Mario Bros.

The Shield itself launched in China today and is now retailing for $226, with each remaster going for around $10.

Nvidia said the Shield TV will sell for 1,499 RMB, or $227 in US currency. Who wouldn't want to play Twilight Princess in 1080p, though? 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. Both companies are enjoying the benefits of very healthy Switch sales.

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