In the recent Nintendo Direct broadcast, Nintendo has confirmed that both Harvest Moon and Legend of the River King are coming to the 3DS via the Virtual Console. No specific release date was given though. They’ll just be available “in the coming months”.
Dig Dug is set to become available via the Virtual Console on the 14th of February. This is the NES version of the game (rather than the GameBoy version) and will cost $3.99.
The ESRB has confirmed that Castlevania is coming to the Virtual Console, and while there’s no release date, I can’t imagine it’d be released too far from the release of Castlevania: Mirror of Fate.
Japanese gamers can celebrate the start of the new year with Super Mario Bros. 3 on the 3DS, as the game is coming to the eShop via the Virtual Console on January 1st. There’s no word on a release in other regions, but it’ll happen sooner or later. Let’s just hope it falls on the “sooner” end of the spectrum.
It’s been revealed that Sonic Drift 2 will be coming to the Virtual Console on the 3DS in Japan on the 14th of November. You can check after the break for some screenshots from the game.
Christian Svensson and Brett Elston of Capcom have revealed that they’re working on bringing the first six Mega Man games to the Virtual Console on the 3DS, but there have been some difficulties with accomplishing this task. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long before the problems are cleared up.
Famitsu has revealed that Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is coming to the Virtual Console on the 3DS in Japan. The game is launching on the 31st of October and you can check after the break for some screenshots.