Nintendo Joins In With Back To The Future Day By Re-Releasing Wild Gunman

Yesterday was the day that Marty McFly travelled to in the film Back to the Future, and Nintendo hasn’t forgotten about it. In Back to the Future Part 2, Marty comes across a Wild Gunman arcade machine – The shooting game that was originally released in North America on October 18, 1985, and used the Zapper light gun.

The title has been re-released onto the Wii U Virtual console today in Europe, so you can celebrate with some retro gaming. You can check out the part of the film were Marty comes across the arcade machine below.

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Bonk’s Adventure Rated For Wii U Virtual Console

NeoGAF member RedToad64 has discovered that the prehistoric platforming romp Bonk’s Adventure will be coming to the Wii U Virtual Console. The game was on the TurboGrafx-16 and also the Nintendo Entertainment System. Bonk’s Adventure is also listed for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii and Wii U which makes it fairly safe to assume it’s the TurboGrafx-16/PC-Engine version.

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More Leaked Unreleased Wii U Virtual Console Games Emerge

You’ve probably seen the rumour that’s floating around suggesting that The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess is destined for the Wii U? Well, that rumour was uncovered via a thorough search of Nintendo’s servers. The latest search has brought up many more results including a number of unreleased Virtual Console games including New Super Mario Bros Wii and also The Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hour Glass. You can view the recently discovered bunch of Wii U Virtual Console and Wii download games, below.

Wii U Virtual Console

1080* Snowboarding (N64) [JP]
Adventures of Bayou Billy, The (NES) [JP]
Bishoujo Janshi Suchie-Pai (SNES) [JP]
Chu Chu Rocket! (GBA) [JP]
City Connection (NES) [JP]
Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX (GBA) [JP]
Darius Twin (SNES) [JP]
Dig Dug 2 (NES) [EU]
Dig Dug 2 (NES) [JP]
Drill Dozer (GBA) [JP]
F-Zero Climax (GBA) [JP]
Field Combat (NES) [JP]
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon (NDS) [JP]
Formation Z (NES) [JP]
Front Line (NES) [JP]
Game & Watch Gallery 4 (GBA) [JP]
Ganbare Goemon Gaiden: The Mystical Pipe Which Disappeared (SNES) [JP]
Hogan’s Alley (NES) [EU]
Hogan’s Alley (NES) [JP]
Ignition Factor, The (SNES) [JP]
International Track & Field 2 (MSX) [JP]
King’s Knight (NES) [JP]
Kirby: Canvas Curse (NDS) [JP]
Kirby: Mass Attack (NDS) [JP]
Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament (GBA) [JP]
Kururin Paradise (GBA) [JP]
Konami Krazy Racers (GBA) [JP]
Legend of the River King 3 & 4 (GBA) [JP]
Legend of the River King 5 (GBA) [JP]
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, The (N64) [JP]
Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, The (NDS) [JP]
Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, The (NDS) [JP]
Legendary Starfi 2 (GBA) [JP]
Legendary Starfi 3 (GBA) [JP]
Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis (SNES) [JP]
Mario Kart 64 (N64) [JP]
Mario Party Advance (GBA) [JP]
Mario Tennis (N64) [JP]
Mario Vs Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (NDS) [JP]
Medabots: Metabee Version (GBA) [JP]
Medabots: Rokusho Version (GBA) [JP]
Medabots Navi: Kabuto Version (GBA) [JP]
Medabots Navi: Kuwagata Version (GBA) [JP]
Mega Man Battle Network 4.5: Real Operation (NDS) [JP]
Mega Man Battle Network 6: Cybeast Falzar (GBA) [JP]
Mega Man Battle Network 6: Cybeast Gregar (GBA) [JP]
Metal Slader Glory: Director’s Cut (SNES) [JP]
Metro Cross (NES) [JP]
Moeri Twinbee: Rescue Dr. Cinnamon! (NES) [JP]
Onimusha Tactics (GBA) [JP]
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (GBA)(NDS) [JP]
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice for All (GBA)(NDS) [JP]
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (NDS) [JP]
Pokémon Ranger (NDS) [JP]
Polarium Advance (GBA) [JP]
Power Instinct (SNES) [JP]
Sennen Kazoku (GBA) [JP]
Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon (GBA) [JP]
Shining Soul (GBA) [JP]
Shining Soul II (GBA) [JP]
Sin & Punishment (N64) [JP]
Sonic Advance 2 (GBA) [JP]
Sonic Advance 3 (GBA) [JP]
Space Invaders: The Original Game (SNES) [JP]
Star Fox 64 (N64) [JP]
Star Fox Command (NDS) [JP]
Star Luster (NES) [JP]
Super Mario 64 DS (NDS) [JP]
Super Mario All-Stars (SNES) [JP]
Treasure of the Rudras (SNES) [JP]
Tsukikomori (SNES) [JP]
Wagan Land 2 (NES) [JP]
Wild Gunman (NES) [EU]
Wild Gunman (NES) [JP]
Wrecking Crew ’98 (SNES) [JP]
Yoshi: Touch & Go! (NDS) [JP]

Wii games on Wii U

Kiki Trick [JP]
Kirby’s Epic Yarn [JP]
Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, The [JP]
Mario Strikers Charged Football [JP]
Mario Super Sluggers [JP]
Metroid: Other M [JP]
New Super Mario Bros. Wii [EU]
New Super Mario Bros. Wii [JP]
Poképark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure [JP]
Super Paper Mario [JP]
Wario Land: Shake It [JP]
Xenoblade Chronicles [JP]

Wii U games

Kamen Rider Summon Ride! [EU]
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, The [JP]

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Thanks, Don Billbo

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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