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Nintendo unveils April's GBA Virtual Console games [update: NA, EU, Japan all announced]

Sinan Kubba, @sinankubba
March 26, 2014
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Following yesterday's reveal of Advance Wars, we now know the other Game Boy Advance games coming to the Wii U Virtual Console in North America and Europe next month, as well as Japan. They each cost $8 with the exceptions of WarioWare Inc: Mega Microgames, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, and F-Zero: Maximum Velocity which are all tagged at $7.

We've got the full line-up of games and release dates for North America and Europe after the break, but for starters, Advance Wars is joined by Metroid Fusion and Mario & Luigi: Superstar's Saga next week on April 3. Also, praise the Golden Sun! Camelot's revered JRPG is due on April 17.

As for Japan, there are a bumper six games due on April 3 including Super Mario Advance 2, the GBA version of Super Mario World, and the Japan-only compilation of Advance Wars 1 and 2. Japan also has a special offer on the GBA games, where if you buy one you can get another at 30 percent off.

Update: Nintendo of America announced its line-up and it matches Europe's exactly, with the same games arriving on the same dates. We've updated the post to reflect that. Also, Super Mario Bros. 3 is coming to the Wii U and 3DS on April 17, priced $5.
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North America and Europe

  • April 3 - Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Metroid Fusion, Advance Wars
  • April 10 - WarioWare, Inc: Mega Microgames, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror
  • April 17 - Golden Sun, F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
  • April 24 - Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3
Japan
  • April 3 - F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, Advance Wars 1 + 2, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, WarioWare, Inc: Mega Microgames, Golden Sun, Super Mario Advance 2
  • April 30 - Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Metroid Fusion, Zelda: The Minish Cap, Mario Tennis: Power Tour, Wario Land 4







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