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181. Posted: Thu 19th Sep 2013 11:18 BST
1. Super mario RPG
2. Paper Mario 64
3. Metroid Fusion
4. Metroid zero mission
5. Zelda: Link to the past
6. Zelda: Link's awakening
7. Donkey Kong country 2
8. Donkey Kong 64
These all the games i can think of right now, but probably some more.
182. Posted: Fri 20th Sep 2013 06:27 BST
I think I've already posted in this thread and I know what I say will be lost in the sea of lists anyways. Still I feel compelled to write for some reason....
#1 Zelda: A Link to the Past
#2 Super Mario Kart
#3 Chrono Trigger
and that's it, everything else that I might or might not get will be an impulse buy that will be based purely on the trailer on the eShop and/or on the hype level at the time. Just for extra context these were the titles I got on the Wii VC. I'll probably end up "upgrading" quite a few of them if and when they come out if I haven't already:
Edited on Fri 20th September, 2013 @ 06:39 by skywake
183. Posted: Fri 20th Sep 2013 07:24 BST
I plan on at least upgrading what I already have, which is about 18 games(I've upgraded a few already).
My list is:
Super Mario RPG
Mario & Luigi: SSS
Pokemon Emerald and Fire Red
Super Mario 64
Donkey Kong 64
Majora's Mask(I'll get the 3DS version if one is made instead)
some GCN games
Those are pretty much the only games I want, and Pokemon is a "maybe". If the GBA VC Pokemon games connect to X/Y, I can see alot of people buying them to complete their Pokedex.
I think Nintendo will work that out through the Pokemon bank, because then they're just sending it online as a common format instead of trying to get 2 pieces of software almost a decade apart to communicate.
There's only a few I want really. I would buy it all if I could, especially since I have a 2TB, so memory isn't an issue.
EDIT: Some games are similar, like Kirby's Avalanche, Dr. Robotnik's MBM, and Puyo 2, so I don't see any need in rebuying, and games like Yoshi's Story have become dull. I used to love Yoshi's Story as a kid, but I have other games as priority above that now.
I just want a modernized Puzzle League, Meteos, etc. instead of VC most of the time...
Edited on Fri 20th September, 2013 @ 07:31 by SCAR392
184. Posted: Sun 22nd Sep 2013 10:59 BST
Its time for Nintendo 64-games to arrive on the eShop, its really weird that Nintendo havent yet.. The whole Virtual Console on Wii U feels like Nintendo have like one intern in the basement or something that works on getting the games out..
Im not sure that i want Gamecube- and Wii games on the eShop, i would prefer if Nintendo developed more HD-remasters so that they would look better on a modern TV and playable with the Gamepad (especially pointing at Wii-games right now).
There isnt that much older games that i still feel would be great having avaliable to play. During my years i have returned to my childhood in various forms, sometimes on the previous Virtual Console (and services like that on other platforms), or on emulators or even went away and bought the older consoles and games again. So that nostalgic WOAH feel isnt quite there anymore when thinking about most games..
But of course there are games that basically never got old. So i guess that i would buy games like Final Fantasy VI, Pocky and Rocky, Hook, Mischief Makers, Diddy Kong Racing, Yoshis Island, X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse, Lagoon, the Gameboy Advance- Castlevania and Mega Man games.. and more.
185. Posted: Sun 22nd Sep 2013 11:08 BST
Wonder Boy 3 and (I know it will never happen, but) Banjo Kazooie
It's Wario time Yaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!
186. Posted: Fri 27th Sep 2013 03:27 BST
ONLINE HD remastered SNES Mario Kart. How awesome would that be? I'm surprised they don't utilize online multiplayer more often with older games. I think they would be popular, but Nintendo seems clueless.
187. Posted: Fri 27th Sep 2013 14:37 BST
If Nintendo were to do anything about that, they'd just put the original tracks in a new Mario Kart.
188. Posted: Sun 29th Sep 2013 15:19 BST
But the two are NOTHING alike. The controls, items, and strategy are completely different. The original took true skills- mastering the "hop", knowing the tracks, and tight controls. Now it's more about what special item you receive. You can't just make a giant 3d version of an old course and consider that a remake. The original battle mode was even more about skill...loved it.
189. Posted: Tue 15th Oct 2013 04:22 BST
Having just found out they existed - starcraft 64 and the n64 command and conquer.
Not much like that already available other than romance of the three kingdoms. Much better than wasting their time with that beat em up they are going to release this week.
Edited on Tue 15th October, 2013 @ 04:23 by conman2012
190. Posted: Thu 17th Oct 2013 06:58 BST
Here is my ten games for all older nintendo home consoles i'd like to see in Virtual Console.
Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers
Ivan 'Ironman' Stewart's Super Off Road
Nintendo World Cup
River City Ransom
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game
Contra III: The Alien Wars
King Arthur's World
Mega Man & Bass / Rockman & Forte (Only Released in Japan for SNES)
Super Mario All-Stars
Turtles in Time
Zelda: A Link to the Past
Command & Conquer
Duke Nukem 64
Mystical Ninja 2: Starring Goemon
Ogre Battle 64
Resident Evil 2
San Francisco Rush 2097
Super Mario 64
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Resident Evil: Remake
Super Mario Sunshine
Super Monkey Ball
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Tales of Symphonia
Time Splitters 2
WarioWare: Mega Party Game$!
191. Posted: Thu 17th Oct 2013 07:04 BST
I wouldn't even want to tackle top 10 lists.
But some that I've thought of frequently over the years on the original Wii would be Top Gear for the Super Nintendo, a fully translated North American release of 'Marvelous: Another Treasure Island', Pilotwings 64 (Which I thought was a certainty on the original VC after Pilotwings was released), Nintendo's early 80's arcade catalog like Donkey Kong, 1st party Super FX releases (Stunt Race FX, Star Fox, Yoshi's Island, and the first release ever of Star Fox 2), NES Zapper releases like Duck Hunt (Nintendo even submitted several to the ESRB for ratings at launch but nothing ever happened), and translations and adaptations of several BS Satellaview games like the 'Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets'.
And if Wii releases are ever brought out, I'd love to see Fatal Frame 4 be translated and released as well as the Fatal Frame 2 remake. For GameCube games, I'd be up for F-Zero GX. It was both widescreen and progressive scan and would look nice where as most of my favorites were 4:3 and I'd rather see follow Wind Waker's pattern or just keep playing my original discs on my Wii connected to my CRT. Or how about Tristar arcade games from recent years that ran on modified GameCube hardware like the Mario Kart Arcade series.
And if the Virtual Console Arcade section ever relaunches for the Wii U, my list is long of games that are yet to have seen any sort of release at home in their original arcade form that I'd love to see.
-19XX; The only arcade entry in Capcom's 194X series not to have a home conversion.
-Viper Phase 1; An arcade game from the Raiden developers with similar gameplay.
-Turbo Outrun & Outrunners; Two excellent arcade entries from the classic Sega series.
-Berzerk & Frenzy; Two classics from the Golden Age by Stern.
-Jr. Pac-Man; Best known for its scrolling mazes and the highest difficulty of the series
-Strikers 1945 Part III; The only one of the four games in this series with no home conversion.
-Sega Super GT/Scud Race; A popular late 90's arcade racer.
-Daytona USA 2; Sequel to one of the most beloved arcade games of the 1990's.
-Turbo; Sega's earliest racer with a 3rd person behind the car viewpoint and a great game.
-Domino Man; Bally Midway and from the team that created Tapper & Timber.
-Solar Fox; The Atari 2600 home conversion was my first videogame.
-H2Overdrive; A modern spiritual sequel to Hydro Thunder.
-Hydra; Essentially a speedboat take on Roadblasters.
-Indy Heat; From the same developers that created Super Off-Road.
-Golden Axe: Revenge of Death Adder; The last great 2D arcade game from Sega.
-Gorf; A very popular Space Invaders style shooter from the early 1980's.
Edited on Thu 17th October, 2013 @ 07:30 by Atariboy
192. Posted: Sat 19th Oct 2013 13:39 BST
I'm honestly tired of waiting for N64 VC games, eh.
DK 64. It'll never happen.
Ocarina of Time.
Mario Party. Serious, but doubtful.
Mario Party 2. Yep.
Mario Party 3. Preach it.
And, if we ever get GCN games,
Thousand Year Door.
StarFox Assualt, because we'll never see Adventures again.
Mario Parties 4-7. U mad?
193. Posted: Sun 20th Oct 2013 12:48 BST
When they roll out N64 titles, I not only want more than what we had before (Including all 1st party titles that are free and clear to rerelease), but I want memory pack support and rumble support.
The Wii Virtual Console emulator didn't even support rumble with wired GameCube controllers even though this emulator was able to do so in other iterations on the GameCube.
And it's wishful thinking most likely, but I believe that both Super Mario 64 and Wave Race 64 were rereleased in Japan with rumble capabilities. Would be nice to see that edited into the North American NTSC version of each and they have gone back and revised games before for the Virtual Console so there's some precedent there. Would especially be nice for Wave Race 64.
And just like how the Wii's N64 emulator rendered games at 480p instead of 240p (It's not upscaled unlike the other VC emulators), I want the N64 emulator for the Wii U to render in an HD resolution for even improved visuals.
Edited on Sun 20th October, 2013 @ 12:55 by Atariboy
194. Posted: Mon 21st Oct 2013 09:10 BST
Here's another one I'd like to see.
I'm sure they'd sell a good number of downloads of Doki Doki Panic to curious Westerners (And the many Japanese that don't realize now that this was ever not "Super Mario USA") that want to see the original. And it seems to be 100% in English to boot. The only real effort that would even be required would be licensing with Fuji TV.
Edited on Mon 21st October, 2013 @ 09:10 by Atariboy
195. Posted: Fri 25th Oct 2013 14:04 BST
Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past as well as Mega Man X2, 3, 4, 5, 6, etc.
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196. Posted: Tue 29th Oct 2013 02:35 GMT
all mighty morphing power rangers games for snes sega geneses gameboy and game gear. along with maximum carnage and seperation ainxiety spiderman the animated series and marvel war of the gems.
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197. Posted: Tue 29th Oct 2013 02:41 GMT
Fire Emblem: Thracia
Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu
Fire Emblem Gaiden
Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi
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198. Posted: Thu 7th Nov 2013 09:53 GMT
A Link Between Worlds is out in a couple of weeks everywhere but Japan. Makes sense to release A Link to the Past before then don't you think?
It's not this week, if it's not next week then they've missed their opportunity.
199. Posted: Thu 7th Nov 2013 23:55 GMT
Panzer Dragoon Saga
Metal Slug 6 (Atomiswave - VC Arcade)
Seirei Senshi Spriggan
Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire
Gauntlet Legends (Dreamcast Version)
Streetfighter Alpha 3 (Arcade or Saturn).
Megaman X4 (Got the Gamecube version but I cannot find a comfortable button config. I could get the Hori Pad but its hugely expensive).
Contra : Hard Corps
Panzer Dragoon 2
200. Posted: Sat 9th Nov 2013 16:52 GMT
One need only play Contra: Hard Corps a couple minutes to find one reason this isn't on VC.
SUPER BATTLING SEIZURE ROBOTS!
Edited on Sat 9th November, 2013 @ 16:53 by KingMike