The games cost RMB 68, which translates to around $10 a piece.
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!. It'll remain to be seen how the version of Twilight Princess holds up next to the Wii U HD remaster.
Apple Adds Unlocked iPhone X to Apple Store
As with previous generation iPhones , the SIM-free version of the iPhone X is compatible with both CDMA and GSM networks. Both versions are now listed on Apple's website as delivered on December 12.
This deal comes as an expansion of the same deal that brought the Tegra X1 chipset to the Nintendo Switch, and it gets even sweeter when you consider the price.
Some of the company's older games from the discontinued Wii console will appear on the Nvidia Shield console in China. "The chosen Wii and Nintendo GameCube games have been long anticipated by Chinese players", wrote NVIDIA. We now know that they can run fine on NVIDIA hardware, and this includes GameCube titles that will be on the Shield at some point. But while the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have gone on sale in China, the Nintendo Switch has yet to hit store shelves. Just look at Kellogg's Super Mario Cereal. Wii, and Punch-Out!. All three games were originally available for the Wii almost a decade ago at a measly 480p resolution. According to the leading gaming website, Gamespot, New Super Mario Bros.
Destiny 2 Expansion Pass: 3 Reasons to Buy, 2 Reasons to Wait
These upgrades add new stories to experience, new character upgrades to earn and new maps for multiplayer. The expansion pack will also feature new weapons, armor, co-op multiplayer modes and multiplayer arenas.
This is the first time Nintendo will allows its games to be run on other platforms. The Shield has been customized for the Chinese market through partnerships with Baidu's DuerOS conversational AI system and entertainment options from iQIYI. You can also stream games to the console from your PC - using Nvidia's software, of course. Bloomberg spoke with analyst Hideki Yasuda, of the Ace Research Institute, who suspects it's a ploy by Nintendo to increase brand awareness in China.
Supreme Court declines to hear Texas same-sex marriage benefits case
Supreme Court ruled 6-3 against an Arkansas law forbidding same-sex couples from being listed on a child's birth certificate. The Texas court reversed its earlier decision to stay out of the case after coming under pressure from Gov.