All of these games have been remastered in 1080p, meaning they should look a lot better on modern TVs than they did back on the Wii, and they sell for 68 yuan - about $10.
It's unlikely that the partnership will ever expand beyond China as it's simply a fast and low risk way for Nintendo to enter the Chinese market and give its games a foothold.
The companies have yet not clarified how the games will be updated for the Shield.
Nvidia Shield is known for its mobile and PC games compatibility, but it will reportedly get Wii support as it makes its debut in China today.
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Way back in January we reported on a rumor that Nintendo was working with Nvidia to bring New Super Mario Bros. It has an impressive collection of Wii games such as Sin and Punishment: Star Successor, Kirby's Epic Yarn and Metroid Prime Trilogy.
Tapping China could be a masterstroke from Nintendo, given the fact that it is reportedly home to over 300 million gamers. "The chosen Wii and Nintendo GameCube games have been long anticipated by Chinese players", wrote NVIDIA.
With the Chinese government lifting ban on gaming consoles after 15 years, Sony and Microsoft have launched their consoles in the country.
Nvidia and Nintendo are partners on the Switch, which uses Nvidia's technology.