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1. Posted: Sun 18th May 2014 09:11 BST
This post will be updated every time new Wii U Virtual Console releases of first-party classic Game Boy Advance games are revealed for either one or multiple regions. I'm not including the NES Classics Series because they're not getting released onto the VC for obvious reasons.
RELEASED IN NO REGIONS
STILL MISSING IN NA BUT RELEASED IN EUROPE
STILL MISSING IN EUROPE BUT RELEASED IN NA
STILL MISSING IN NA AND EUROPE BUT RELEASED IN JAPAN
JAPAN ONLY GAMES NOT IN JAPAN YET
JAPANESE AND FRENCH LANGUAGE ONLY GAME IN JAPAN
Edited on Mon 19th January, 2015 @ 12:37 by CrazyOtto
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2. Posted: Sun 18th May 2014 13:08 BST
"NINTENDO" won;t release "Pokemon Ruby" and "Pokemon Sapphire" considering their remakes is coming out in November 2014.
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3. Posted: Sun 18th May 2014 16:55 BST
Napoleon actually made it to his homeland, in his native language only (France). Not that it matters much to North America. And they probably won't rerelease in EU anyways since they only release English games, I think?
You listed FE6 twice.
Sword of Mana and Top Gear aren't first-party games (though Nintendo may have published them. But if you consider third-party games published by Nintendo, then you're missing Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Tales of Phantasia).
There is a JP-only game called Tomato Adventure as well. By the Mario & Luigi people.
They're obviously not going to be released anyways but you didn't include the Classic NES/Famicom Mini series.
Edited on Sun 18th May, 2014 @ 16:56 by KingMike
4. Posted: Mon 19th May 2014 17:40 BST
I made the changes now.
5. Posted: Mon 19th May 2014 17:54 BST
I would love to se F-Zero Climax and Rhythm Tengoku to get an import release. Great list!
6. Posted: Fri 23rd May 2014 23:24 BST
Europe gets Minish Cap
7. Posted: Thu 29th May 2014 14:12 BST
I'm going to be on vacation during the first week of June so if any updates come, I'll do them on Friday night June 6th.
8. Posted: Mon 9th Jun 2014 15:26 BST
Europe got Wario Land 4 and North America got Minish Cap
9. Posted: Mon 9th Jun 2014 15:26 BST
10. Posted: Mon 9th Jun 2014 17:29 BST
I'd love to try Metroid Zero Mission.
Anyone else think we'll see Mother 3 in the West? In my opinion the sales of Earthbound should make it inevitable! Since Earthbound came at a premium I price, I'd expect it so cost £8-9. And of course it would be worth it.
Edited on Mon 9th June, 2014 @ 17:29 by C-Olimar
11. Posted: Wed 11th Jun 2014 15:54 BST
Japan gets Metroid Zero Mission, the remake of the first game.
12. Posted: Mon 23rd Jun 2014 14:15 BST
Mario Tennis: Power Tour is available in Europe
13. Posted: Wed 9th Jul 2014 14:17 BST
Japan gets Super Mario Advance 1 (GBA version of American SMB2) and Kuru Kuru Kururin (Released in Japan, Europe, and Australia, but not North America originally).
14. Posted: Thu 10th Jul 2014 17:21 BST
I want KOF games.
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15. Posted: Fri 11th Jul 2014 20:03 BST
I want KOF games.
i have to ask this. do you beat the games/stay active with the ones you have?
ive never seen you say you beat a game before on here.
you should try holy diver for nes, that will keep you busy for a while...
but then you would need an actual nintendo for that. it must be frustrating depending on one single console to fulfill all yer dreams
Edited on Sat 12th July, 2014 @ 00:22 by ogo79
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)
16. Posted: Wed 16th Jul 2014 14:10 BST
Europe gets Kirby's Nightmare in Dream Land and Japan gets Mario VS DK 1 and Golden Sun 2.
17. Posted: Mon 28th Jul 2014 15:58 BST
Nintendo's first party line up on GBA is a bit lackluster to begin with. There are several gems here and there like everything that came out of IS but that's about it. With that said, I'll take everything out of IS along with Zero Mission, Golden Sun: The Lost Age, and perhaps one of the other F-Zero releases post Maximum Velocity please.
18. Posted: Mon 28th Jul 2014 19:37 BST
I think there were only two other F-Zero games on the GBA, both based on the anime. And one of those was released in English (Falcon Legend). And I recall I didn't play it very long because the difficulty was merciless even on the first race. Like you better get that button timing down for 3-2-1-BOOST START. Because you'll need it.
19. Posted: Wed 30th Jul 2014 02:43 BST
Japan gets Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
20. Posted: Wed 30th Jul 2014 17:00 BST
we wont get alttp for gba because we have the snes one
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