April’s Game Boy Advance lineup for Wii U Virtual Console revealed for Europe

As revealed within the most recent Nintendo Direct, April will see Game Boy Advance titles make their way to Wii U’s Virtual Console service.

Now, with days to go until the month begins, Nintendo have kindly let us know which titles will become available throughout April. We were previously promised Metroid Fusion, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, and Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3, although this has grown substantially to include Advance Wars, Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, and Golden Sun, among others.

As with other Virtual Console releases, these will be supported by Off-TV Play, Restore Points, button layout customisation, and their own individual Miiverse communities.

The full list of Game Boy Advance titles releasing throughout April on Wii U are as follows:

April 3rd
* Advance Wars, Nintendo – £6.29
Advance Wars is a critically acclaimed turn-based strategy game, in which you must lead your Commanding Officers to victory. Take control of ground, air and naval forces and face enemies across more than 100 battlefields, tackling a range of terrains and weather conditions.

* Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Nintendo – £6.29
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, the first game in the Mario & Luigi series is a zany, action-filled role-playing game, which lets you control both of these stars simultaneously and take part in turn-based battles. Mario and Luigi must work together to explore the vast lands of the Beanbean Kingdom and defeat the evil witch who has stolen Princess Peach’s voice.

* Metroid Fusion, Nintendo – £6.29
Metroid Fusion offers classic bounty hunter, gun-toting action but with an added twist: hero Samus Aran has been attacked by a deadly parasite! Cured by Metroid DNA, Samus is bestowed with unique new powers, and sets out on a quest to hunt down and face the mysterious ‘SA-X’. Metroid Fusion combines an engaging original story with intense platform action in classic Metroid series style.

April 10th
* Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Nintendo – £6.29
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror there is not just one Kirby but four, with the powerful pink hero splitting into different coloured copies of himself! Together they must restore harmony to Dream Land, sucking up foes big and small along the way. Seek out the hidden collectibles in-game which can alter the appearance of Kirby – all part of this wacky, fun-packed adventure!

* Wario Ware Inc.: Minigame Mania, Nintendo – £6.29
Before he branched out his business to more recent systems, Wario first set up shop on Game Boy Advance in Wario Ware Inc.: Minigame Mania (£6.29). From 10th April, join Wario and experience a dizzying whirlwind of over 200 minigames, each one simple but played at lightning fast speed.

April 17th
* F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, Nintendo – £6.29
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity launched on Game Boy Advance with supersonic force, where descendants of famous stars from F-Zero put their driving skills to the test in 10 brand new, high-speed hovercraft, and 20 different courses and four difficulty levels to master. From lowly rookie to F-Zero champion, face deadly tight turns, gravity-defying jumps and stomach-churning speed boosts on the road to success.

* Golden Sun, Nintendo – £6.29
In the epic role-playing adventure Golden Sun, evil is slowly covering the world, with the forces of darkness pursuing the lost art of Alchemy. Alongside trusty companions, use weaponry, magic and a host of elemental creatures to return peace to this mystical world.
And on 24th April an epic ‘egg-stravaganza’ awaits:

* Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3, Nintendo – £6.29
In Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 the evil Kamek attempts to kidnap the baby Mario brothers, leading to the heroic Yoshi stepping in to save the day. With Baby Mario on your back, traverse a beautiful crayon-illustrated world filled with fiendishly designed levels to defeat Kamek and his master, Baby Bowser!

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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