It’s been a whole year already since the launch of beautifully tweaked titles from the GameCube and Wii era made their merry way to the Nvidia Shield in China.
How have titles such as the delightfully dusk Twilight Princess, which had been brought up to a welcome 1080p especially for the
In a Deku Nutshell? Sales have been left found wanting. Here’s the lowdown:
• Super Mario Galaxy – 8,042
• New Super Mario Bros. Wii – 7,315
• The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – 4,998
• Punch-Out!! – 2,406
It seems even the popular plumbers, Mario
While the sales are quite humble despite hit titles making their way to the Nvidia Shield, they are titles that many discovered way back as far as 2006 on the humble Wii.
There are more reasons, of course, as to why the sales might not be setting the world alight. China is a relatively new market for Nintendo with a few additional obstacles, compared to Japan, Europe
Additionally, more exposure for these franchises and their games in a generally uncharted market is always a good thing, and I would find it hard to believe that anyone who did dabble in great games such as Twilight Princess on the Nvidia Shield had anything but a crazy good time!