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Donkey Kong Country Returns is coming to the NVIDIA Shield

The NVIDIA Shield will soon be getting its own copy of Donkey Kong Country Returns

By Jak Connor on Jun 17, 2019 03:00 am CDT - 0 mins, 57 secs reading time

New information has surfaced regarding some brand new titles headed over to the NVIDIA Shield system, make way for Donkey Kong Country Returns.

Donkey Kong Country Returns is coming to the NVIDIA Shield | TweakTown.com

A senior analyst at Niko Partners has reported that the NVIDIA Shield will soon be home to a new Nintendo title. Ahmad has said via his Twitter account that the game have been approved by Chinese gaming regulations and will soon join some other Nintendo titles that are on the Shield such as Super Mario Galaxy and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

Here is the quote from Ahmad; "Donkey Kong Country Returns recently received approval from China's gaming regulator to launch in China. The platform is listed as NVIDIA Shield. It will join NSMBU Wii, Zelda TP, Punch Out & Super Mario Galaxy as Nintendo titles available on NVIDIA Shield in China." If you want to check out our review on the NVIDIA Shield, visit this link here.

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