Natsume Wants To Know What GBA Games You Want on Virtual Console

Have your voice heard!

By Marc Deschamps. Posted 09/15/2014 15:00 3 Comments     ShareThis

With a number of Game Boy Advance classics already available on Wii U, gamers are sure to have some strong opinions on which titles should arrive next on the Virtual Console. The final decision inevitably ends with Nintendo, but Natsume is giving fans a chance to be a part of the decision-making process on social media. The publisher put out a call on Twitter to see which of its Game Boy Advance titles fans most want to see get a re-release on the service.

Natsume published and developed a number of popular titles throughout Game Boy Advance’s lifespan. Car Battler Joe, Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town, and Medabots AX are just a handful of the games that could see release on the Virtual Console. Fans can make their voices heard by replying to the company on Twitter, or on its Tumblr page. While it certainly doesn’t guarantee anything, it is nice to see a publisher giving fans a chance to ask for their favorites.

What Natsume title would you like to see on the Virtual Console? As always, let us know in the comments below!

Source: Siliconera

3 Responses to “Natsume Wants To Know What GBA Games You Want on Virtual Console”

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    Robert Marrujo says...

    Mineral Town of course, but it’s just so refreshing to see a developer showing Nintendo some love for a change. =)

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    OG75 says...

    How about the powers that be quit jerking us around with GBA games on the Wii U virtual console?

    Please put Harvest Moon 64 on the Wii U virtual console.

    Please put the games mentioned above on the 3DS virtual console.

    I’m fine with DS games eventually coming to Wii U because I get the two-screen thing, but c’mon Nintendo.

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      Kyle England says...

      Something about the way Harvest Moon 64 was coded made it extremely difficult to port over to the VC emulator, which is why we never saw it on the Wii. I believe it, too considering how glitchy the game is, and how Natsume was really good about bringing every other applicable game to the Wii and 3DS services. So that may be one game we don’t see again unless it’s remade or some master coder ports it. I’d buy it like 10 more times because HM64 is AWESOME.

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