Various Wii games getting 1080p Nvidia Shield releases in China

Various Wii games getting 1080p Nvidia Shield releases in China

Various Wii games getting 1080p Nvidia Shield releases in China

The companies have yet not clarified how the games will be updated for the Shield. Wii, and Punch-out! These games will be exclusive to the Nvidia Shield.

Way back in January we reported on a rumor that Nintendo was working with Nvidia to bring New Super Mario Bros. Who wouldn't want to play Twilight Princess in 1080p, though? A trailer for the NVIDIA Shield in China has also been shared by industry insider Daniel Ahmad, and you can check it out below.

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Nvidia and Nintendo have partnered before now, of course - the graphics hardware maker created the processor that powers the Nintendo Switch portable hybrid game console.

Details are thin as to how exactly these games have been remastered to run on the Nvidia Shield, but as you can see from the tweets below, New Super Mario Bros.

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When it comes to protecting their intellectual property, Nintendo can be rather particular about that, such as creating programs that YouTubers need to be part of in order to post videos on Nintendo games.

It's not yet known what Nintendo's plans are for backwards compatibility on the Switch. Offering them with higher resolution and other improvements would definitely make the Switch Virtual Console offerings better than their Wii, Wii U, and 3DS counterparts. 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.

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