During their latest Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced a small slate of Game Boy Advance games are primed for the Wii U's Virtual Console.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata stated the company is working to bring DS games to the Wii U's Virtual Console service.
Developed by Freestyle, the strictly titled Mega Man was an amalgamation of Mega Man 4 & 5 on the NES.
Nintendo has opened the digital vaults on the Wii U, spilling eight classic games onto the Virtual Console service
The Wii U's emulator will upgraded over its predecessor, which means save states and the ability to play directly on the Wii U Gamepad. Those abilities come with a small cost though.
It was sort of a revelation at the time, that bright, glowing color screen miles ahead of anything Nintendo was doing on the portable front.
At the Game Developers Conference, it was announced that the 3DS will begin to support additional classic consoles via the Virtual Console.
The Virtual Console may be picking up a small glimmer of life, assuming titles like Spinmaster keep being released.
Cue up 1993 and the NBA Jam knock-offs that would follow.
A rare weekly release for the Virtual Console has arrived.
Remember the enthusiastic E3 speech when Nintendo announced you'd be able to play any game from any of their consoles through the Virtual Console? That idea died, didn't it?
Final Fight 3 brings the franchise back from its globe-trotting sequel, settling into a desolate Metro City now taken over by the Skull Cross Gang. Despite the change in gang, series favorite Andore returns, apparently t...