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Topic: Wii U Virtual Console games missing between regions

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CrazyOtto

The only viable first party SNES games still not out in any region yet are Kirby's Avalanche, Super Mario RPG, and possibly the Donkey Kong Country trilogy.

CrazyOtto

Japan gets Mega Man 6, Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom, and the first Fire Emblem game to be localized outside of Japan for Game Boy Advance (known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken). They're not getting any Wii U Ware this week.

Discipledoctor

Nice, so GBA games are definitely still coming!

Now just get MMBN3 out, please Capcom...

Discipledoctor

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Cipher

CrazyOtto wrote:

The only viable first party SNES games still not out in any region yet are Kirby's Avalanche, Super Mario RPG, and possibly the Donkey Kong Country trilogy.

This is a really interesting point that I had only realised last night - of all the first-party Super Nintendo games on Wii, they're the only ones not on Wii U. I'm pretty sure there are only five or six NES titles for which the same can be said as well. Hopefully this means the first-party output for the Wii U Virtual Console will be primarily Game Boy Advance now, and eventually Nintendo 64 too.

Discipledoctor

I'm glad to see that we're now getting third-party GBA support. Bring on the Castlevania, Sonic Advance/Battle, and of course MMBN (and Zero!)

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CrazyOtto

Cipher wrote:

Hopefully this means the first-party output for the Wii U Virtual Console will be primarily Game Boy Advance now, and eventually Nintendo 64 too.

I wouldn't be suprised if both Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS games are revealed to be coming to Wii U VC at E3.

Discipledoctor

CrazyOtto wrote:

Cipher wrote:

Hopefully this means the first-party output for the Wii U Virtual Console will be primarily Game Boy Advance now, and eventually Nintendo 64 too.

I wouldn't be suprised if both Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS games are revealed to be coming to Wii U VC at E3.

Considering that he's already confirmed DS titles, I'm certain that they will come up. N64 titles are hopeful, though.
I just want them to promise to step up their release schedule. Imagine if we had NES, SNES, GBA, DS, and N64...and only one or two games a week. It'd take forever to get much worthwhile out there! It'd also be nice to see the sales that they had back when the VC first launched on Wii U (B2G1 Kirby, anyone?) but that might be grasping.

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KeenaStewart89

I simply had this acknowledgment that since the way that Nintendo is discharging this at one time Japan-just amusement

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Discipledoctor

I'm loving the third-party GBA love in EU. Hopefully we in NA get the same love this week!

#mmbn3pls

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CrazyOtto

Discipledoctor wrote:

I'm loving the third-party GBA love in EU. Hopefully we in NA get the same love this week!

#mmbn3pls

Yeah, Europe's actually getting Namco's first few GBA games before Japan is, I wonder if it will be the same case for North America.

unrandomsam

I think the Japan way of dumping a decent amount on at once is better.

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CrazyOtto

unrandomsam wrote:

I think the Japan way of dumping a decent amount on at once is better.

Yeah, though sometimes I think even they are slower than they should be.

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