It looks as though the main title for tomorrow’s Nintendo downloads in the United States is Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament. The platformer started life on the Game Boy Advance back in 2002 in Japan and will be coming to the Wii U Virtual Console. If you’re not familiar with the colourful platforming game then check out the video above.
It’s none of my business, but why are GBA games available on Wii U but not 3DS? I’m an ambassador, but this feels a bit strange. Why not both?
I think Nintendo wanted to give people another reason to buy a WiiU.
Since most GBA games haven’t been re-released before, it’d make WiiU one of the only ways you can experience GBA classics.
I wish they would make a new Klonoa game. It sucks that so many old IPs have just died out for so long.
They didn’t even remake the sequal of the one on the Wii.
I thought they meant the PS2 game first but I guess that’d be hard to port. They could always sell the Wii remake of the first game tho.
This game actually seems a bit boring and kind of annoying. The sound is irritating and the gameplay looks tedious.
It’s not. It must be the person playing it.
It’s actually a really fun puzzle solving platform.
They need to bring Klonoa 2 to the Wii U
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