Poll: Which Virtual Console Is Best?

In case you’ve not answered already, we want to know which “virtual console” is your favorite.

By M. Noah Ward. Posted 09/28/2010 11:30 4 Comments     ShareThis

Splatterhouse TurboGrafx 16 Promo Art

Regardless of how well-represented they are, an array of old console hardware is cataloged in Wii’s Virtual Console store. Naturally, many of us have a predilection towards Nintendo hardware, but there are also some of us who haven’t always been Nintendo fanboys and perhaps started our video game journeys on rival hardware.  Now’s the time to show your love for one of the VC underdogs via the poll below.

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P.S. In case you’re wondering, that comic art is from a promo flyer for TurboGrafx 16’s Splatterhouse.

4 Responses to “Poll: Which Virtual Console Is Best?”

  • 93 points
    Francisco Naranjo says...

    Nintendo 64 for me. One of the most persistent arguments against the VC is the fact that you can emulate the games for free – but the N64 is one of the most difficult consoles to emulate, so even for those people buying the games from the VC would be the best option. Also, most of them play great with a GCN controller.

    I almost voted NES, I love NES games and 8-bit gaming in general. And the Wii remote makes for a great NES pad.

  • 198 points
    Evan Campbell says...

    Doesn’t look like we have many SEGA fans around these parts.

  • 393 points
    James Stank says...

    I’m voting for Super Nintendo, only because I didn’t have one. Thanks to the VC, I’m able to play alot of games that I missed out on. That’s not to say I think it is the best system, but I have gotten more out of it on the VC than any other.

  • 135 points
    juno2023 says...

    This would be a whole new ball game if handheld titles were finally available for the service.

    I put my vote in for Super NES, despite only having NES Virtual Console titles. It came down to which of the systems had what I thought were the best games– really, I don’t see it as much of a contest. Kudos to Nintendo 64 for having Sin and Punishment though.

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