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Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and F-Zero: GP Legend Coming to Wii U Virtual Console?
Couple of ratings have popped up on the Australian Classification Board that reveal that Nintendo’s F-Zero: GP Legend and Konami’s Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow are coming to Wii U’s Virtual Console Service.
Nintendo did promise that they will be bringing a number of titles to the service in the month of April and both of the games appeared in listing could prove to be a great addition to Wii U’s Virtual Console service.
Anyone unfamiliar with the Virtual Console service should know that is a feature that lets you play some of the best classic games like Legend of Zelda, Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bros. 3 and so many others on your Wii U at a very low price.
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow was released for the Game boy Advance in May of 2003 and was the third installment in the Castlevania series.
The game featured a 2D side-scrolling gameplay where characters were shown from a third-person view and as other games in the series, characters leveled up after earning the required experience points.
F-Zero: GP Legend is also a Game Boy Advance title that was released in 2004. It is a racing game that features 34 playable characters but only 8 of them can be accessed in the Story mode of the game.
Moreover, it featured several game modes like Grand Prix, Time Attack, Story, Zero Test, Link and Training with each mode providing different perspective for the players.
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Source: Australian Classification Board