That said, on the 25th of June, South Korea got F-Zero and Star Fox 64. Next week, on the 15th of July, Koreans can look forward to Super Mario USA (Super Mario Bros. 2, which they previously, strangely, skipped to release SMB3 first) and Galaga. The upcoming games list on the site also lists Xevious without a firm release date.
Drake is Mr Virtual Console, with more classic games rattling around his head than there are minutes in the day. CapnDrake
#N64Memories' Steven Smith asks the question
The father of Mario & Luigi and Paper Mario
We got the incomplete retail release instead
Mass Attack and Epic Yarn join the fray
Buy two get the third free
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