More Wii Virtual Console games for 2007 show up: Mario RPG, Kirby, Super Metroid, Starfox 64, etc

9 November 2006
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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven StarsThe ESRB (Entertainment Software Ratings Board) in America keeps leaking the Nintendo Wii retro catalog for 2007. Since the ESRB have now reviewed and rated these classics, expect these now confirmed Virtual Console games to arrive in early 2007.

* Mario Kart 64 (Nintendo 64; rated E for Everyone)
* Starfox 64 (Nintendo 64; rated E for Everyone)
* The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64; rated E for Everyone)

* Kirby’s Dream Land 3 (Super NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Kirby’s Super Star (Super NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (Super NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Super Metroid (Super NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Excitebike (NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Ice Climber (NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Dr. Mario (NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Mario Brothers (NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Ice Hockey (NES; rated E for Everyone)
* Soccer (NES; rated E for Everyone)

Add to this yesterday’s list of upcoming retro games:

* Pilot Wings (Super NES; E for Everyone)
* Duck Hunt (NES; E for Everyone)
* Hogan’s Alley (NES; E for Everyone)
* Kid Icarus (NES; E for Everyone)
* Kirby’s Adventure (NES; E for Everyone)
* Pro Wrestling (NES; E for Everyone)
* Punch-Out (NES; E for Everyone)
* Wild Gunman (NES; E for Everyone)

Go to the following link for a full list of 30 announced U.S. Virtual Console games for 2006. And click here for Japan’s additional 19 Virtual Console games for 2006, many of which will likely be released worldwide in 2007. Not bad to have 70 known Virtual Console games so far.

Keep ’em coming Nintendo, there’s still plenty more golden oldies we want, like PilotWings 64, Paper Mario, Earthbound series, Sin & Punishment, etc. But where the heck is our Super Mario Bros / World series fix? Via IGN

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