As reported last week, Game Boy Advance titles will finally be released on the Wii U Virtual Console from April onwards. While there’s still no pricing or release dates beyond the initial month, what we do know is the first batch arriving on the service will include Metroid Fusion, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Super Mario Advance 3:Yoshi’s Island — two of those three games have previously been released as 3DS Ambassador titles.
With this information in mind, the Australian Classification Board has now unearthed a few other GBA titles that should eventually be making their way to the Wii U Virtual Console library. Both were developed and published by Namco, and both have been rated G by the Australian Classification Board. The first is Klonoa: Empire of Dreams which was released in PAL territories in 2002, and the second is Mr. Driller 2, which was originally released in 2001.
With the totally tally of Game Boy Advance games for the Wii U Virtual Console now at five, what other GBA revivals would you like to see made available digitally? Let us know below.