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Submitted by RyanDJ 838d ago | opinion piece

5 Games/Classic Genres We Will Never See Released on Virtual Console

Ryan Johnson | GoozerNation

Don't hold your breath. Here are five games and their respective genres that we just flat out won't see on Nintendo's Virtual Console service, even though they deserve to be there. (Duck Hunt, Eternal Champions, Night Trap, Nintendo, Retro, Wii U)

Tetsujin  +   838d ago
Eternal Champions was the Killer Instinct of the early 90's for Sega, I hope someone picks up the license and at least cleans up the Sega CD version to be playable for todays' consoles. As far as Night Trap I'd re-release it just to show what was considered "Taboo" back in the early 90's as opposed to today.
RyanDJ  +   838d ago
I LOVED Eternal Champions. I am concerned if they reboot what they would do. Sprites worked really well for that series. Dunno if it'd jump to polys and feel the same.

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