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Nintendo Wii: Nintendo Hints At ‘Fun Surprise’ Coming To Wii Virtual Console

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Today’s Wii Shop update tantalizingly hints at a surprise coming for retro games enthusiasts.

Nintendo issued a teasing press release this morning which accompanied today’s Wii Shop update. The press release features numerous teasers as to what the aforementioned ‘fun surprise’ could be.

In other news, the Wii-kly Update has a fun surprise coming soon for all our fans. We can’t tell you the secret just yet but maybe we’ll offer you some hidden clues. From AZ to NC, if you’re a fan, your applause could rattle your walls, windows, door. You might enjoy this news whether you live in a brick house or Vanderbilt dorm. Even people living along Route 286 in rural Pennsylvania ought to be excited. It’ll feel like a bunch of birthday greetings and, really, who could ask for more? But that’s about all we can say for now, so be sure to check future Wii-kly Updates.

Online gaming publications have been racking their collective brains together and have concluded that it’ll be the arrival of Commodore 64 games to the Wii Virtual Console, something that’s been expected since February last year.

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10 comments

  1. I’m from the United Kingdom, so I’m fully aware that we’ve already received the Commodore 64 games on the Virtual Console : ) However, It appears the that the rest of the world is yet to receive them for reasons unbeknownst to me. The vast majority of users for this site are from outside of the United Kingdom so I try and cover news for multiple territories to keep everyone interested (this piece unfortunately didn’t achieve that goal). Hope that clears things up buddy : )

  2. lol sorry didn’t know you were a brit too :) Well at least we got something before every one else. normally other way round.

  3. Yeah Majora’s Mask has been a long time coming. Thankfully though I’ve still got my Zelda’s Collectors Edition promotional disc for the Gamecube (includes Zelda, Zelda II, Ocarina of time, Majora’s Mask). Although it’s not much use to me at present as my Wavebird won’t seem to work on my Wii :(

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