Donkey Kong Country Returns sells roughly 1,200 copies on the Nvidia Shield in China

Nintendo's franchises might be multi-million sellers around the world, but that's not the case over in China. Nintendo is looking to build up their official brand in China with the upcoming launch of the Switch, and it's clear they have a lot of work to do.

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PhoenixUp36d ago

Idk how much games sell on average on other consoles legally available in China to gauge a comparison

Rynxie35d ago

They pirated the crap out of it. Lol. With the flood gates opened in China, you know security is going to be top priority for Sony, MS, and Nintendo, or get you sh*t pirated.

zugdar35d ago

I wonder if Nintendo will have as much trouble establishing their foothold in China as Microsoft does in Japan.

XxExacutionerxX35d ago

Seriously, the Xbox troll comments are old!!

roadkillers35d ago

No, Nintendo is teaming with Tencent. Tencent is the biggest developer in the world and they are centered in China. Along with this, China is banning violent video games and adding age restriction verification. With Nintendo being family friendly, they will do alright.

Need to wait until the Switch launches there to really gauge.

King635d ago

China is the country of knockoff you want cheap Nike’s you can buy Like’s they just as good as the real thing lol. same thing goes with games.