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Atariboy

Most of the Wii releases would seem like shoe-ins. Other than possibly a title or two like Ogre Battle, I'm sure we'll get all that in time.

What's interesting will be what's new, such as Pilotwings 64 for a likely candidate.

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Rumorlife

Yellowtails wrote:

There's Paper Mario, but other than that, I don't really see much N64 games being released for the Wii U VC, or they might drag out the release dates for any future titles.

Drag it out seems more likely. Natsume doesn't know what they're talking about, so I'm sure they'll continue to dump out NES & SNES games as time goes on but it'll be slower, considering they've got to feed multiple retro systems. They skimped the Wii's N64 selection a bit, but they've released a lot more VC in a lot less time for the 3DS & WiiU than they did for the Wii, so I have faith they'll do a fair amount of games for it.

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MarioKartParty57

I bet Mega Man 64 will happen because we're getting an overload of Mega Man just alll over the place.

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Nintendo: >releases SNES on 3DS in Japan
Natsume: THEY'RE ABANDONING SNES

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Rumorlife

Ubisoft, time to dump your couple of good N64 games in the virtual console. Tonic Trouble & Rocket Robot on Wheels pls.

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Aldebaran

Dankykong wrote:

Ubisoft, time to dump your couple of good N64 games in the virtual console. Tonic Trouble & Rocket Robot on Wheels pls.

Don't forget Rayman 2

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SparkOfSpirit

Can Ubisoft release Rocket Robot on Wheels? Sucker Punch is now owned by Sony, after all.

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Aldebaran

I would purchase Tonic Trouble when that game was realesed I was a little child with no cash and the game looked nice back then but never got the chance to play it.

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Aldebaran

I would purchase Tonic Trouble when that game was realesed I was a little child with no cash and the game looked nice back then but never got the chance to play it.

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Aldebaran wrote:

Dankykong wrote:

Ubisoft, time to dump your couple of good N64 games in the virtual console. Tonic Trouble & Rocket Robot on Wheels pls.

Don't forget Rayman 2

Yeah I said it on another thread but then didn't feel like it was worth rementioning since they've released that about 10,000 times across every platform including 2 lousey ports for the DS & 3DS. I'd much prefer a true HD remake of it, which will never happen

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SparkOfSpirit wrote:

Can Ubisoft release Rocket Robot on Wheels? Sucker Punch is now owned by Sony, after all.

Alright then dump it on the PS3/4 or even the Vita, I don't care just gimme. grabby hands A digital copy that doesn't involve crusty N64 controller + console freezes. That game is pure gold.
lol i forgot Sucker Punch had their hands in on that. No wonder that game seems to have been lost to the sands of time.

Also Tonic Trouble may or may not need an edit because it shows Newman's Own popcorn brand haha

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Atariboy

Rocket Robot on Wheels is one of the few N64 games I want, that I never came across at GameStops when they were liquidating everything. Came across numerous copies of "rare" games like Harvest Moon 64, but that one eluded me as I filled holes in my collection. I'll have to buy it online one of these days, although I at least have it on my Everdrive for now.

Nuclear Strike 64 is another one that seems extremely uncommon, but happily, doesn't hold any value it would seem. Got that one online for about $5.

Would be nice to see Nuclear Strike 64 represented here, along with original trilogy in SuperNes form. Too bad that Nintendo can't at least get EA onboard for the Virtual Console, since they have a nice selection of classics. And if they ever branch out again and offer the Genesis, even more classics like the Road Rash series would open up.

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Rumorlife

Nuclear Strike 64 was a port of a Playstation game. Nuclear Strike has already been released on the PS3 again and THQ was the one who ported it to the N64, but they're dead in the water, so you can probably discount that game. EA did the PS1 & PC versions. But yeah too bad EA hates Nintendo.

I wonder if they'll do Crusin' USA again for the WiiU after all the history that there is behind that game and the N64. I love the whole Cruisin' series. Also the Rush series. Some good arcade racers back on the N64.

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Atariboy

While THQ being a publisher is a potential problem, I wouldn't be surprised if Electronic Arts owns the copyright to the N64 version as well, as part of that deal.

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Whitewatermoose

Hopefully games like 1080 snowboarding, star fox 64, and Japan pro wrestling ( wwf and wcw games without the license) can all release.

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