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post #11 of 15
Here's the japanese list.


http://www.wiicafe.com/
Famicom (NES)

* Ice Hockey (Nintendo)
* Urban Champion (Nintendo)
* Legend of Kage (Taito)
* Gradius (Konami)
* Go-moku Narabe (Nintendo)
* Soccer (Nintendo)
* Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
* Xevious (Bandai Namco)
* Legend of Zelda (Nintendo)
* Solomon's Key (Tecmo)
* Tennis (Nintendo)
* Donkey Kong (Nintendo)
* Donkey Kong Jr. (Nintendo)
* Ninja Jajamaru-kun (Jaleco)
* Pinball (Nintendo)
* Baseball (Nintendo)
* Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
* Wario's Woods (Nintendo)

Super Famicom (SNES)

* F-Zero (Nintendo)
* R-Type III (Irem)
* Super Castlevania IV (Konami)
* Contra III (Konami)
* Sim City (Nintendo)
* Street Fighter II (Capcom)
* Donkey Kong Country (Nintendo)
* Super Mario World (Nintendo)
* Zelda: Link to the Past (Nintendo)
* Fire Emblem: Monsho no Nazo (Nintendo)
* Mario Super Picross (Nintendo)

Nintendo 64

* Super Mario 64 (Nintendo)

Mega Drive (Genesis)

* Ecco The Dolphin (Sega)
* Gunstar Heroes (Sega)
* Golden Axe (Sega)
* Columns (Sega)
* Shadow Dancer (Sega)
* Altered Beast (Sega)
* Space Harrier II (Sega)
* Sonic the Hedgehog (Sega)
* Toejam and Earl (Sega)
* Puyo Puyo (Sega)
* Ristar (Sega)

PC Engine (TG-16)

* Bonk's Adventure (Hudson)
* Necromancer (Hudson)
* Super Star Soldier (Hudson)
* New Adventure Island (Hudson)
* Dungeon Explorer (Hudson)
* Battle Lode Runner (Hudson)
* Victory Run (Hudson)
* Bomberman '94 (Hudson)

You have to scroll a bit to find it on the site.

They cite nintendo.co.jp as the source.


Yes be jealous.
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post #12 of 15
No Contra or RC Pro AM for NES.... ***...it's not worth buying
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post #13 of 15
Now that's strange...why is the Japense and US list different? Japan gets SNES Super Mario World but the US does not...

I was under the assumption that these games were basically just going to run in an emulator. If so, then any and all games (at least NES, SNES, and Genesis games) should be readily available on day one, emulation of those systems were practically perfected years ago. Must not be how it works after all. Either that, or Nintendo is just messing with us...
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post #14 of 15
No Contra

I dont see why they'd be different either. :?
post #15 of 15
Personally I don't either, but a friend of mine and I were talking about it at work and he mentioned how Japan was getting X game (I can't remember which one exactly) and the US wasn't. He is the informed type so I investigated to find confirmation and found that and thought I would share.

But it seems to fall in line with the US misses out on the good stuff tradition. At least for now anyways.
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