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Nintendo 64 And Nintendo DS Games Coming To Wii U Virtual Console Today

Yup, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 64 titles will be hitting the Wii U Virtual Console today. You will be able to download classics such as Super Mario 64 and Yoshi’s Island DS today. More titles will obviously be added over time.

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  1. So, those that said that Nintendo won’t announce N64 Virtual Console, must be feeling really dumb right about now…

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      1. I haven’t bought a Wii U, there just aren’t enough games that I am interested in buying the system for. However, Pokemon games from the DS would sell the system for me! Especially if they brought back the servers! Also, Meteoid Prime Hunters! They should bring those servers back online via Nintendo Network as well! There is a lot of potential with Wii U virtual console. Such as reviving DS online play, as well as porting over system sellers such as Pokemon. I believe it could help the system out a lot!

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  2. I’m hyped for DS games but where the hell are the GCN games already? Seriously Nintendo, stop avoiding the GameCube so much you pieces of shit! lol JK but seriously VC GCN games Nintendo. NEEDS TO HAPPEN.

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  3. Donkey Kong 64? …Donkey Kong 64…?

    How!? I always thought that game would never be able to be rereleased because of all the RareWare insignias in the game. This is big news!

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      1. If so, probably a few things had to be done- if I remember right, there’s a picture of Conker somewhere in the game, so that probably had to be taken out like how all the N64 logos/references had to be taken out of Banjo-Kazooie/Tooie when those hit 360 Arcade.

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