Nintendo Wii/DS News | More US Virtual Console Releases, Plus French Dates

By Adam Riley 27.02.2007 5

In March 2007 Hudson has revealed it will release two more titles on the US Virtual Console in the form of Double Dungeon (TurboGrafx-16, Hudson) and Splatterhouse (TurboGrafx-16, Namco Bandai), both for 600 Wii Points.

Further to this news, three new games hit the US VC today, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64, 1,000 Wii Points), Bio Hazard Battle (MD, 800 Wii Points) and Chew Man Fu (TurboGrafx16, 600 Wii Points).

Finally, Nintendo of France has put out some firm dates for games due in April 2007:

  • Wing Island (Wii, Hudson) - 13th April
  • Harvest Moon DS (NDS, Rising Star) - 13th April
  • Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (Cing) - 13th April
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    Chew Man Fu...I remember that from somewhere...I'm also quite surprised to see that the French peeps don't get games at the same time as the rest of Europe

    Those French dates are crazy...why splurge so many great games on the one day? Makes no sense at all.

    However, France is currently Nintendoland, so anything's possible.

    Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

    It will be like its christmas day... Smilie

    I was wondering will we ever see Resident Evil 2 on VC!?!?!

    ( Edited on 27.02.2007 23:15 by Hi Sexy!!! )

    I see all these people insulting the Nintendo corporation because of the lack of mature content. Yet there is something about Nintendo (at least their games) that strikes a certain unadulterated feeling of joy!!!  Pokemon Y - 1048-9263-5562

    Ocarina of Time, you know what i am crazily in love with that game i might buy it again.

    as for them dates they are obviously false, and wasn't Diddy Kong Racing confirmed for a Christmas release in Europe.

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    FUCK OCARINA OF TIME!!!!! A LINK TO THE PAST *CHEERS* A LINK TO THE PAST *CHEERS* come on nintendo damn it!! and damn you

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