The infamous GameBoy hit its silver jubilee this month and its successor, GameBoy Advance just hit 13 last month.
In this whole time there have been many classic titles that people devoured on, and now Nintendo wishes to relive those games. More GameBoy Advance games are making their way to Wii U, and this time we have one from Capcom: Mega Man Battle Network 3 Blue Version and White Version.
The news that both of the titles are making their way to Wii U was originally outed by Australian Classification Board a couple of days ago. When asked about it, a Capcom spokesperson delivered an official statement confirming the existence of the plans. Here is what it says:
We are working on bringing this and other GBA titles to the North American Virtual Console. We’ll have more information about the lineup in the coming months. For Australia and Europe, we are still in discussions about the release of Virtual Console titles for those markets.
The same classification board has also listed the Wii U version of Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow from the GameBoy Advance days though nothing has been confirmed.
Previously, Nintendo announced that they will be porting classic GBA games to the Wii U but until Mega Man Battle Network 3, all the games were first party. We have had Advance Wars, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Metroid Fusion, Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame!, Super Mario Bros. 3, F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, Golden Sun and Yoshi Island: Super Mario Advance 3.
Are you going to pick up Mega Man Battle Network 3 on Wii U?