Video: Medabots: Metabee Virtual Console Footage – First Look

Earlier this week, we posted about Medabots: Metabee, and Medabots: Rokusho coming to the European Nintendo eShop. The titles were first released on the Game Boy Advance, and have now arrived on the Wii U via the Virtual Console for €6.99 / £6.29. If you want to see the gameplay of Medabots: Metabee on the Wii U, Nintendaan has posted a first look video showing over thirty minutes of gameplay. You can check it out over on his YouTube channel.

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Medabots Game Boy Advance Games Coming To Wii U Virtual Console In Europe

Medabots: Metabee and Medabots: Rokusho will be coming to the European Wii U Virtual Console tomorrow, October 1. Similar to the Pokemon series of games, these two titles are alternate versions of the same game, with each offering version-exclusive Medabots and Medals. Medabots:Metabee and Medabots: Rokusho take players through a story as they build and pit teams of Medabots against enemy forces in turn-based battles. Both versions will retail for €6.99 / £6.29. You can watch the trailer for the Virtual Console release below.


Video: Mario VS Donkey Kong Virtual Console Footage

For this week’s dose of nostalgia, NintenDaan has posted a YouTube video featuring gameplay of the recent European Virtual Console release – Mario vs. Donkey Kong. The title was originally released on the Game Boy Advance in 2004, and can now be downloaded in Japan, Europe, and Australia via the Wii U eShop. You can check out almost twenty minutes of footage over on NintenDaan’s YouTube channel.

Australian Classification Board Has Rated Mario Slam Basketball

It would appear as though Nintendo DS title Mario Slam Basketball will be heading to the Wii U sometime in the very near future. The game, which was developed by Square Enix, was known as Mario Hoops 3-on-3 in North America and Mario Basketball 3on3 in Japan. It has now been rated for the Wii U Virtual Console by Australian Classification Board and stars Mario and the Final Fantasy characters.

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Vs Excitebike Coming To US Wii U Virtual Console Tomorrow

Nintendo of America has tweeted that Vs Excitebike will be available to download on the North American eShop tomorrow. The company thanked those who participated in Builders Week which saw players attempt challenges in a variety of games including Mario vs Donkey Kong Tipping Stars and Pushmo. Vs Excitebike contains remixed music, 2 player modes and also includes the ability to save created courses. It was originally released on the NES in 1988.

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Sin & Punishment 1 + 2 Coming To US Wii U eShop Tomorrow

Nintendo of America has confirmed two of the games that will be available tomorrow as part of the eShop update in the United States. Yes, you will be able to get hold of the acclaimed on-rails shooter Sin & Punishment and Sin & Punishment 2. If you want to get the Nintendo 64 original then you will need to pay $11.99 but if you opt for Sin & Punishment: Star Successor then it’s $19.99.

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Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising Coming To US Wii U Virtual Console Tomorrow

Good news for Wii U gamers as Nintendo of America has confirmed that Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising is coming to the Virtual Console tomorrow. It should be part of the Nintendo Downloads that will go live tomorrow. It has been a long wait for North American consumers, but it is finally coming. You can watch a video review for Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising, right here.

“The Black Hole Army comes storming back in this worthy successor to an award-winning strategy game. Rain destruction upon their foul legions by ordering your troops effectively and overpowering your enemies with new Super Commanding Officer Powers. Then, see how your tactics stack up to your friends’ in 4-player battles—all with one Wii U.”

“Take control of more units and battle on more maps than even the original Advance Wars had to offer. More terrain means more options, and more options means crazier creations. So employ every feature of the robust map designer to craft punishing maps, and then challenge the CPU or your friends on the battlefield. After a few battles, take your hard-earned points to the Battlemaps shop to purchase new maps, challenges, and Commanding Officers.”

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