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Nintendo unveils April's GBA Virtual Console games [update: NA, EU, Japan all announced]

Following yesterday's reveal of Advance Wars, we now know the other Game Boy Advance games coming to the Wii U Virtual Console in North America and Europe next month, as well as Japan. They each cost $8 with the exceptions of WarioWare Inc: Mega Microgames, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, and...

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Advance Wars coming to Wii U Virtual Console in Europe

Red and blue will spar again on Wii U, because Advance Wars is getting a Virtual Console re-release in Europe on April 3. It'l be one of the first Game Boy Advance games on Wii U in the region, but we don't yet know if it'll be one of the first in North America. Last we heard, Nintendo of America...

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OutRun spotted on the grid for Sega's 3D Classics

A passing breeze running through your finely coiffed hair, the magical sound shower of waves splashing against the coast, and your best girl (who's totally not hanging around with you just so she can ride in your Ferrari) in the passenger seat. That's what fans of classic racer OutRun can look...

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Swords and Soldiers 2 builds new rivalries out of old habits

Swords & Soldiers 2 will take up arms on the Wii U eShop, just as its predecessor did in the WiiWare section of its Wii Shop Channel in 2008. Ronimo Games' action strategy sequel sensibly adds fresh units and spells, which should help relations between the Viking and Demon races develop...

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New Nintendo eShop releases: Pokemon Battle Trozei, Yumi's Odd Odyssey

This week's headline new release is Pokemon Battle Trozei, a game that mixes the series' trademark critter-battling with one of gaming's most prolific genres, the match-3 puzzler. If you've caught 'em all in Pokemon X/Y, you can get reacquainted with every known Pokemon in Battle Trozei - at last...

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Nintendo eShop goes indie, doesn't like, need your approval, conformist

The Nintendo eShop has launched a hub for indie games, collecting and amassing a wealth of titles for both the Wii U and 3DS. Currently, the hub features Cave Story, Attack of the Friday Monsters, Moon Chronicles, Steamworld Dig, Gunman Clive and Siesta Fiesta for 3DS, and Unepic for Wii U. ...

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New Nintendo eShop releases: Yoshi's New Island, Super Mario Bros - The Lost Levels

There are plenty of new releases to dig into on the eShop this week, including the return of everyone's favorite sneaker-wearing dino-thing in 3DS platformer Yoshi's New Island. All but one of the games out this week are for the Nintendo handheld; the only new release on Wii U is a retro release,...

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Shovel Knight staying underground for a few more weeks

Yacht Club Games announced a short delay for retro platformer Shovel Knight so it can make sure the final version is polished to satisfaction. The Wii U, 3DS, and Steam game was due on March 31, but it's now expected to surface a few weeks after that. "This isn't a major delay, or a long one,"...

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Nintendo eShop, Pokemon X/Y undergo extended maintenance this week

Heads up, Poketrainers, Virtual Console addicts and Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies fashion mavens always purchasing new outfits for Phoenix Wright: You'll have to take a siesta on Thursday when the Nintendo eShop goes offline on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Not to worry! This is just an extended...

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Yumi's Odd Odyssey journeys to 3DS eShop on March 20

Agatsuma Entertainment's sealife-themed puzzle-platformer Yumi's Odd Odyssey (yes, it's an apt title) is hitting the Nintendo 3DS eShop in North America next week, publisher Natsume announced. Released in Japan last year (as Sayonara Umihara Kawase), Yumi's Odd Odyssey is part of a...

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