As you may well be aware, a number of Nintendo's first-party Wii titles have been ported to the Nvidia Shield in China. The latest to make the jump is Donkey Kong Country Returns, and it's looking just as tasty as you might expect.
The Wii game has been treated to the usual upgrades for the Nvidia Shield release, meaning it plays in 1080p and has a frame rate of 60fps, and it has also ditched the motion controls in favour of a traditional controller setup. You can see it in action in the video above (the game itself starts at around the 1:15 mark).
When the collaboration between Nvidia and Nintendo was first announced, it was revealed that games like Super Mario Galaxy and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess would be available. Since then we've also seen other Wii greats like Mario Kart Wii appear.
We may well have Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze on Wii U and Switch to give us all the HD DK we might need, but we do love seeing these Wii games be given an HD makeover.
What do you think? Would you like to play your Wii favourites in HD? Which games in particular would you like to see? Tell us below.