With Game Boy Advance titles shortly to start becoming available through Wii U’s Virtual Console service from April, it appears that Namco Bandai are preparing to deliver their own handheld classics.
The Australian Classification Board have issues new age-ratings 2000’s arcade port Mr. Driller 2 and 2001’s Klonoa: Empire of Dreams, each at the request of Nintendo Australia.
Whilst Nintendo themselves have shared extensive plans for rolling out Game Boy Advance titles across Japan, they have so far only committed to saying that Metroid Fusion, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, and Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 will see release in the west.
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