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Super Mario Galaxy: Official Tegra X1 Wii Emulator Analysis - Shield TV Gameplay

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How might Wii games run on Switch? Well here's a potential answer - with Nintendo's support we have Super Mario Galaxy officially running on an Nvidia Shield TV - using the same Tegra X1 part as its hybrid console. This is thanks to a very accomplished emulator running behind the scenes, though there are plenty of pros and cons to this approach as Tom and Rich discuss.


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