Things are moderately bad for Virtual Console in Europe and North America at the moment, with each month having several weeks without a new release for the service. But now it's really time to worry - Even Japan seems to be getting several of these now. March only sees three new releases, and although two of those are from Nintendo and Square Enix, it's still quite a sad state of affairs.
The three games Japan will be getting are:
- Sutte Hakkun (March 2nd - A puzzler released near the end of the system's life. You must "inject" paint into colourless blocks, each different colour making them behave differently. Back in 2008, we hoped this would hit the VC sometime, now all we need to hope for is an import release!)
- Romancing Sa-Ga 2 (Like the game before it, it's a Japan-exclusive Square RPG. It's considered the best in the series, and is moderately popular with Square fans.)
Virtual Console Arcade:
- Moon Cresta (A relatively uninteresting shoot 'em up by the now defunct developer Nichibutsu.)
Let's hope this doesn't mean the rest of the world will be seeing even less releases!