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Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShop May Close Permanently In

Nintendo of Japan announces a big change for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops, possibly signaling the digital stores closing in

The Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops could close permanently sometime in if the company’s latest announcement is anything to go by. The Nintendo DS, which the 3DS line succeeded, is still Nintendo’s best-selling console and one of the best-selling consoles of all time, second only to the PlayStation 2. Even though the 3DS did not sell as well as its predecessor, becoming the lowest-selling Nintendo handheld console, it was still a popular handheld that sold over 70 million units.

Unfortunately, the Nintendo Wii U wasn’t as successful as the. The successor to the massively popular and industry-changing Wii failed to sell, although it did host some pretty good first-party titles, and Nintendo discontinued the device in On the bright side, the company took many of the concepts of the Wii U and improved on it to come up with the Nintendo Switch, one of the fastest-selling consoles in recent memory.

Related: Metroid Games Top Wii U Charts After Reveal of Metroid Dread

On its official website, Nintendo of Japan announced that the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops will no longer allow users to add funds via credit card or e-money card starting January 18, The announcement currently only applies to Japan, but the company could very likely do the same for other regions. According to the announcement, any remaining funds in either of the respective eShops after the aforementioned date may still be used as is. Once support for credit cards and e-money cards has ended, users will only be able to add funds for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops via Nintendo prepaid cards or by linking their Nintendo Network ID with their Nintendo account.

This change may mean that Nintendo is simply discontinuing whatever separate payment infrastructures it had in place for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops and is centralizing where players are able to add funds to purchase content for the two older consoles. On the other hand, it could potentially mean something more in the future as the announcement also mentions certain features being disabled due to the change, including disabling the filter of the Nintendo 3DS’s internet browser as well as the subscription services of titles such as Karaoke JOYSOUND for the Wii U.

While Nintendo of Japan’s announcement doesn’t directly mention the shuttering of the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops anytime soon, it still isn’t an impossibility. Sony just recently fully closed the PSP's digital store and almost closed the stores for both the PS3 and PS Vita, too, so it isn’t unprecedented for a console manufacturer like Nintendo to eventually shutter the older consoles' online stores. But given that it took Sony almost 17 years to close the PSP store, users of both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U may not have to worry anytime soon.

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Source: Nintendo of Japan

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List of Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console games

This is a list of all Virtual Console releases for the Nintendo 3DS. The Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console service originally launched on June 6, , alongside the launch of the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS, with Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles. The service then began to add Nintendo Entertainment System titles in , followed by a selection of Game Gear titles between and , TurboGrafx titles in Japan in , and finally began to add Super Nintendo Entertainment System games in

Similar to the Wii Virtual Console service, by returning to the HOME Menu the game will create a Suspend Point, returning the player to that point in the game the next time they load the game; turning off the console, however, results in the game returning to the title screen. A new feature for the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console is the addition of the Virtual Console menu, accessible by tapping on the bottom screen or pressing X (except with SNES games). Here, the player can save and load restore points, reset the game, and access various other features. When starting games, the player is given the option to enable restore points the first time they access the Virtual Console menu, and can be deactivated by pressing Start, X, and R simultaneously on the menu.

In , before the launch of the system, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aimé was asked whether or not Virtual Boy games would be released through the Virtual Console service, to which Reggie responded that he could not argue for this as he lacked familiarity with the platform.[1] Later, when asked this at the 73rd Annual General Meeting of Shareholders in , Satoru Iwata responded that, despite the Virtual Boy's financial failure, he would "take note of that advice for the future."[2][3]

Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors Program[edit]

Before the proper launch of the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console, Nintendo allowed users to download ten free NES and Game Boy Advance titles as part of the "Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors Program", distributed to early adopters of the system before its first price drop.

The selection of NES titles were released on September 1, [4]:

The Game Boy Advance titles, meanwhile, were released on December 11,

Game Boy[edit]

The Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console service began with the release of Game Boy titles in June By holding down L and R and pressing Y while playing, the player can switch between the standard black and grey screen and the green monochrome screen similar to the original Game Boy display, which also blurs the screen. In addition to this, by holding down the Start or Select buttons when starting the game, the game will be displayed at its original resolution with a Game Boy border, which will pop out when using the 3D depth slider.

Most games cannot be played in multiplayer mode, as they originally required a Game Link Cable to play, though the Pokémon games use wireless features for multiplayer.

According to Natsume, Nintendo had "moved on" from releasing Game Boy Virtual Console titles by October [5]

Title North America Japan Europe Australia S. Korea Additional notes
Adventure IslandDecember 1, July 13, November 3, November 3, N/A N/A
AlleywayJune 6, August 3, June 7, June 7, June 1, N/A
Avenging SpiritAugust 11, June 7, August 11, August 11, N/A N/A
Balloon KidNovember 3, N/AJanuary 26, January 26, June 15, N/A
BaseballJuly 14, June 7, July 28, July 28, April 6, N/A
Bionic CommandoDecember 29, November 16, December 29, December 29, N/A N/A
Bomberman GB 3N/A July 11, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Burger Time DeluxeOctober 27, September 14, October 27, October 27, N/A N/A
Castlevania: The AdventureOctober 25, March 14, May 7, May 7, N/A N/A
CatrapOctober 13, July 27, October 6, October 6, N/A N/A
Crash 'n' the Boys: Street ChallengeN/A November 9, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Donkey KongJune 16, June 15, June 16, June 16, February 3, N/A
Donkey Kong LandFebruary 26, April 2, October 16, October 16, N/A N/A
Donkey Kong Land 2February 26, April 16, October 23, October 23, N/A N/A
Donkey Kong Land IIIFebruary 26, N/AOctober 30, October 30, N/A N/A
Double DragonOctober 20, June 22, June 23, June 23, N/A N/A
Double Dragon IIN/A August 8, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Downtown Nekketsu Kōshinkyoku: Dokodemo DaiundōkaiN/A May 16, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Downtown Special: Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki da yo Zen'in Shūgō!N/A June 7, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Dr. MarioOctober 4, July 27, March 22, March 22, May 18, N/A
Fortified ZoneJuly 7, June 15, July 7, July 7, N/A N/A
Gargoyle's QuestAugust 25, June 29, August 25, August 25, N/A N/A
Game & Watch GalleryJuly 14, June 22, July 21, July 21, N/A N/A
Game & Watch Gallery 2N/AMarch 21, N/AN/AN/A N/A
Ganbare Goemon: Sarawareta Ebisumaru!N/A June 27, N/A N/A N/A N/A
GolfSeptember 8, June 22, October 13, October 13, July 20, N/A
Heracles no Eikō: Ugokidashita KamigamiN/A August 24, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Ikari no Yōsai 2N/A January 11, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa NaruN/A September 5, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Kid Icarus: Of Myths and MonstersJuly 19, February 8, March 8, March 8, N/A This is the first time this game has been released in Japan.
Kirby's Block BallMay 17, October 26, February 9, February 9, N/A N/A
Kirby's Dream LandJune 30, June 7, June 30, June 30, February 3, N/A
Kirby's Dream Land 2August 1, February 15, May 17, May 17, April 20, N/A
Kirby's Pinball LandJuly 12, August 29, July 26, July 26, N/A N/A
Kirby's Star StackerJanuary 17, May 23, August 30, August 30, N/A N/A
Lock'N ChaseJanuary 19, November 2, December 1, December 1, N/A N/A
Mario's PicrossAugust 4, September 21, July 14, July 14, N/A N/A
Maru's MissionFebruary 9, January 18, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Mega Man: Dr. Wily's RevengeSeptember 15, June 7, September 15, September 15, N/A N/A
Mega Man IIMay 8, September 25, August 7, August 7, N/A N/A
Mega Man IIIMay 8, October 9, August 14, August 14, N/A N/A
Mega Man IVMay 15, October 23, August 21, August 21, N/A N/A
Mega Man VMay 22, November 6, August 28, August 28, N/A N/A
Metroid II: Return of SamusNovember 24, September 28, November 24, November 24, June 15, N/A
Mole ManiaJuly 26, November 7, October 4, October 4, N/A N/A
Mystical Ninja Starring GoemonSeptember 13, March 7, August 16, August 16, N/A N/A
Nekketsu! Beach Volley da yo: Kunio-kunN/A January 25, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: Kyōteki! Dōkyū Senshi no MakiN/A August 3, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Nekketsu Kōkō Soccer Bu: World Cup HenN/A August 1, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Pac-ManSeptember 1, July 7, August 4, August 4, N/A This game was removed from the Nintendo eShop in Japan after April 28,
Picross 2N/A October 24, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Pokémon Blue Version (NA) February 27, February 27, February 27, February 27, N/A This game was released in three different versions: an English Version, a French Version, and a Spanish Version.
Pokémon Blue Version (JP) N/A February 27, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Pokémon Red VersionFebruary 27, February 27, February 27, February 27, N/A This game was released in three different versions: an English Version, a French Version, and a Spanish Version.
Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu EditionN/AFebruary 27, N/AN/AN/A N/A
Pinball: Revenge of the GatorOctober 17, January 9, September 5, September 5, N/A N/A
Pop'n TwinBeeN/A June 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Pri Pri: Primitive Princess!N/A July 18, N/A N/A N/A N/A
QixJuly 7, June 15, July 7, July 7, N/A N/A
QuarthSeptember 27, February 22, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Radar MissionJune 6, October 5, June 23, June 23, N/A N/A
Side PocketOctober 6, September 7, November 10, November 10, N/A N/A
Super Mario LandJune 6, June 7, June 7, June 7, February 3, N/A
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden CoinsSeptember 29, October 12, September 29, September 29, June 1, N/A
TennisJune 23, July 20, June 7, June 7, March 2, N/A
TetrisDecember 22, December 28, December 22, December 22, N/A This game was removed from the Nintendo eShop in all regions after December 31,
Tetris AttackN/A December 11, N/A N/A N/A N/A
The Sword of HopeN/A December 7, N/A N/A N/A N/A
The Sword of Hope IIJuly 12, June 13, August 9, August 9, N/A N/A
Trip WorldN/A November 30, January 5, January 5, N/A N/A
Tumble PopJuly 19, April 11, June 7, June 7, N/A N/A
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3July 26, December 14, February 16, February 16, May 18, N/A
Zoids DensetsuN/A August 31, N/A N/A N/A N/A

Game Boy Color[edit]

Game Boy Color titles began to be released in June alongside the launch of the Virtual Console service, with The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX. The Game Boy Color titles consist of both Game Boy Color-exclusive titles and some later Game Boy titles being played in Game Boy Color mode, with their full-color palettes enabled. Similar to Game Boy titles, the player can enable a Game Boy Color border by holding down Start or Select during startup. Game Boy Color games are also incompatible with multiplayer, though the Pokémon games use the system's wireless capabilities for this.

Title North America Japan Europe Australia S. Korea Additional notes
Balloon Kid GBN/AOctober 19, N/AN/AN/AN/A
Bionic Commando: Elite ForcesJanuary 1, N/A November 13, November 13, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe.
Blaster Master: Enemy BelowDecember 15, November 22, December 8, December 8, N/A N/A
Donkey Kong GB: Dinky Kong & Dixie KongN/AMay 7, N/AN/AN/A N/A
Game & Watch Gallery 2May 24, N/AMay 3, May 3, N/A N/A
Game & Watch Gallery 3February 5, N/A September 25, September 25, N/A N/A
Harvest Moon GBCMay 16, N/A March 28, March 28, N/A N/A
Harvest Moon 2 GBCOctober 16, N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Harvest Moon 3 GBCDecember 11, N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Koto Battle: Tengai no MoribitoN/A May 30, N/A N/A N/A This game was removed from the Nintendo eShop after October 31,
Legend of the River KingMarch 28, N/A July 3, July 3, N/A N/A
Legend of the River King 2September 18, N/A October 23, October 23, N/A N/A
Lufia: The Legend ReturnsJanuary 15, N/A November 20, November 20, N/A N/A
Mario GolfOctober 11, October 3, May 29, May 29, N/A N/A
Mario TennisJanuary 2, June 26, January 2, January 2, N/A N/A
Mega Man XtremeMay 1, December 4, September 4, September 4, N/A N/A
Mega Man Xtreme 2May 29, December 25, September 11, September 11, N/A N/A
Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible IIN/A September 12, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Pokémon Crystal VersionJanuary 26, January 26, January 26, January 26, N/A This game was released in three different versions: an English Version, a French Version, and a Spanish Version.
Pokémon Gold VersionSeptember 22, September 22, September 22, September 22, September 22, This game was released in three different versions: an English Version, a French Version, and a Spanish Version.
Pokémon Puzzle ChallengeNovember 6, N/A November 27, November 27, N/A N/A
Pokémon Silver VersionSeptember 22, September 22, September 22, September 22, September 22, This game was released in three different versions: an English Version, a French Version, and a Spanish Version.
Pokémon Trading Card GameNovember 13, December 24, July 10, July 10, N/A N/A
Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu EditionFebruary 27, N/AFebruary 27, February 27, N/A This game was released in three different versions: an English Version, a French Version, and a Spanish Version.
Prince of PersiaJune 7, N/A January 29, January 29, N/A N/A
RaymanMay 31, July 25, May 31, May 31, N/A N/A
Revelations: The Demon SlayerN/A April 25, N/A N/A N/A N/A
ShantaeJuly 18, N/A July 18, July 18, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children - Black BookN/A November 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children - Red BookN/A November 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Super Mario Bros. DeluxeDecember 25, N/A February 27, February 27, May 4, N/A
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DXJune 7, June 8, June 8, June 8, March 2, N/A
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of AgesMay 30, March 27, May 30, May 30, April 20, N/A
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of SeasonsMay 30, March 27, May 30, May 30, April 20, N/A
Toki ToriAugust 30, N/A August 2, August 2, N/A N/A
Trade & Battle: Card HeroN/A August 10, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Wario Land IIDecember 20, April 4, July 19, July 19, March 2, N/A
Wario Land 3August 29, May 2, December 6, December 6, N/A N/A
Xtreme SportsAugust 21, N/A August 7, August 7, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.

NES[edit]

NES titles began to be added in early By holding down the L and R buttons and pressing Y the player can switch between both controller port inputs for multiplayer, though some games support Download Play for multiplayer.

Title North America Japan Europe Australia S. Korea Additional notes
Adventure Island IIMarch 6, April 24, March 27, March 27, N/A N/A
Adventures of LoloJanuary 8, N/A October 16, October 16, N/A N/A
Adventures of Lolo (Japan)N/A April 9, N/A N/A N/A This version is not to be confused with the Western sequel, Adventures of Lolo 2.
Antarctic AdventureN/A August 21, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Atlantis no NazoN/A October 2, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Balloon FightMay 2, August 22, May 2, May 2, N/A N/A
Bases LoadedJuly 10, May 15, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Battle CityN/A July 31, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Binary LandN/A August 7, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Bio Miracle Bokutte UpaN/A February 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Blaster MasterJuly 24, September 5, January 10, January 10, N/A N/A
Bubble BobbleN/A October 16, N/A N/A N/A N/A
CastlevaniaApril 4, October 17, February 14, February 14, N/A N/A
Castlevania II: Simon's QuestJanuary 16, March 27, January 16, January 16, N/A N/A
Castlevania III: Dracula's CurseJune 24, N/A April 17, April 17, N/A N/A
Chack'n PopN/A November 20, N/A N/A N/A N/A
ChallengerN/A March 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
City ConnectionNovember 21, January 16, October 17, October 17, N/A N/A
Clu Clu LandMarch 27, June 12, May 8, May 8, N/A N/A
Crash 'n' the Boys: Street ChallengeDecember 19, January 23, November 28, November 28, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Devil WorldN/A April 17, March 20, March 20, N/A N/A
Dig DugFebruary 14, October 3, April 18, April 18, N/A N/A
Donkey KongAugust 15, October 17, November 21, November 21, March 2, N/A
Donkey Kong 3December 5, March 27, December 12, December 12, July 6, N/A
Donkey Kong Jr.June 14, April 18, August 23, August 23, April 6, N/A
Double DragonDecember 12, February 6, December 5, December 5, N/A N/A
Double Dragon II: The RevengeJune 12, May 29, May 22, May 22, N/A N/A
Downtown Nekketsu Kōshinkyoku: Soreyuke DaiundōkaiN/A June 12, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Downtown Special: Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki da yo Zen'in Shūgō!N/A July 10, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Dragon BusterN/A March 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Elevator ActionN/A March 12, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Esper DreamN/A July 10, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Famicom Detective Club: Kieta KōkeishaN/A April 24, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Famicom Detective Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu ShōjoN/A May 1, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Famicom WarsN/A December 26, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Field CombatN/A May 1, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Final FantasyN/A December 18, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Final Fantasy IIN/A February 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Final Fantasy IIIN/A February 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Fire Emblem GaidenN/A April 3, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of LightN/A August 1, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Front LineN/A January 15, N/A N/A N/A N/A
GalagaMarch 13, May 22, May 1, May 1, N/A N/A
Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri DōchūN/A March 6, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Ganbare Goemon 2N/A January 8, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Ganbare Goemon Gaiden: Kieta Ōgon KiseruN/A June 5, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Gargoyle's Quest II: The Demon DarknessOctober 30, March 5, October 30, October 30, N/A N/A
Getsu Fūma DenN/A February 20, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Ghosts 'n GoblinsOctober 25, February 13, January 3, January 3, N/A N/A
GradiusOctober 18, May 8, November 1, November 1, N/A N/A
Hanjuku HeroN/A October 30, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Ice ClimberJanuary 31, July 4, May 2, May 2, March 2, N/A
Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey Bu: Subette Koronde DairantōN/A August 7, N/A N/A N/A N/A
IkkiN/A February 13, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Joy Mech FightN/A April 24, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Kanshaku tamanage Kantarō no Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugiN/A September 18, N/A N/A N/A N/A
King's KnightN/A February 5, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Life ForceJanuary 23, February 20, December 19, December 19, N/A N/A
Mach RiderApril 10, July 17, June 12, June 12, June 15, N/A
MappyN/A August 28, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Mario Bros.January 30, May 8, September 9, September 9, N/A N/A
Mega ManDecember 27, July 18, October 18, October 18, N/A N/A
Mega Man 2February 7, August 8, February 7, February 7, N/A N/A
Mega Man 3March 14, September 26, April 4, April 4, N/A N/A
Mega Man 4April 25, October 17, April 25, April 25, N/A N/A
Mega Man 5May 16, November 14, May 16, May 16, N/A N/A
Mega Man 6June 20, December 12, June 11, June 11, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Metal MaxN/A January 9, N/A N/A N/A N/A
MetroidMarch 1, February 29, March 15, March 15, February 3, N/A
Mighty Bomb JackDecember 6, September 26, October 25, October 25, N/A N/A
Mighty Final FightNovember 27, January 29, October 9, October 9, N/A N/A
Milon's Secret CastleOctober 31, December 26, September 26, September 26, N/A N/A
NES Open Tournament GolfJuly 5, August 10, August 23, August 23, N/A N/A
Ninja GaidenDecember 13, August 29, November 15, November 15, N/A N/A
Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of ChaosAugust 22, N/A August 29, August 29, N/A N/A
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of DoomNovember 28, N/A January 23, January 23, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Ninja JaJaMaru-kunN/A October 31, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Nintendo World CupN/A May 22, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Nuts & MilkN/A July 17, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Pac-ManNovember 29, November 21, February 28, February 28, N/A N/A
Princess Tomato in the Salad KingdomN/A February 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. DreamMarch 8, February 1, March 1, March 1, N/A N/A
RenegadeFebruary 27, April 3, February 20, February 20, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Ripple IslandN/A April 10, N/A N/A N/A N/A
River City RansomNovember 14, November 28, July 25, July 25, N/A N/A
S.C.A.T.Jaunary 22, N/A December 4, December 4, N/A N/A
SD Gundam World Gachapon Senshi - Scramble WarsN/A March 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
ShadowgateN/A April 30, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Shadow of the NinjaJanuary 29, N/A December 4, December 4, N/A N/A
Shin OnigashimaN/A June 5, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Sky KidFebruary 20, April 10, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Solomon's KeySeptember 19, December 5, August 22, August 22, N/A N/A
SpelunkerJune 27, December 19, July 18, July 18, N/A N/A
Star LusterN/A November 27, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Star SoldierSeptember 24, November 14, August 15, August 15, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Street Fighter The Final FightSeptember 4, February 26, December 18, December 18, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Sugoro Quest: The Quest of Dice HeroesN/A March 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Summer Carnival '92 RECCASeptember 5, December 12, August 15, August 15, N/A This is the first release of the game outside of Japan.
Super CJanuary 24, October 10, May 2, May 2, N/A N/A
Super Dodge BallFebruary 16, March 6, June 5, June 5, N/A This is the first release of the game in Europe and Australia.
Super Mario Bros.February 16, January 5, March 1, March 1, February 3, N/A
Super Mario Bros. 2July 11, November 28, August 7, August 7, March 2, N/A
Super Mario Bros. 3April 17, January 1, December 26, December 26, April 6, N/A
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost LevelsDecember 27, July 25, December 27, December 27, July 6, N/A
Tecmo BowlSeptember 12, N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
The Legend of KageN/A January 22, N/A N/A N/A N/A
The Legend of ZeldaJuly 5, December 22, April 12, April 12, February 3, N/A
The Mysterious Murasame CastleAugust 7, July 3, May 29, May 29, July 6, This is the first release of the game outside of Japan.
The Tower of DruagaN/A December 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
The Wing of MadoolaN/A January 30, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Tsuppari Ōzumō: Risshin Shusse HenN/A June 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Ufouria: The SagaN/A July 24, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi DensetsuN/A September 4, N/A N/A N/A N/A
Wario's WoodsNovember 7, May 29, October 24, October 24, July 20, N/A
Wrecking CrewMarch 7, February 19, May 9, May 9, May 18, N/A
Yie Ar Kung-FuN/A June 19, N/A N/A N/A N/A
YoshiFebruary 21, August 22, May 2, May 2, N/A N/A
Zelda II: The Adventure of LinkNovember 22, June 6, September 13, September 13, May 4, N/A

SNES[edit]

SNES games began to be added to the service in March , exclusively available for New Nintendo 3DS systems as the system's better CPU allows the games "to run on the system with quality results"[6] SNES games have an added "Pixel Perfect" mode that displays the game at its native resolution with perfectly square pixels, and has the option to send gameplay information to Nintendo.

Title North America Japan Europe Australia Additional notes
Breath of FireOctober 20, August 23, [7]October 6, October 6, N/A
Breath of Fire IINovember 24, [8]August 23, [7]October 6, October 6, N/A
Castlevania: Dracula XDecember 29, [9]August 23, [7]January 26, [10]January 26, N/A
Contra III: The Alien WarsMay 19, May 9, May 12, May 12, N/A
Demon's CrestDecember 8, [11]August 23, [7]December 15, [12]December 15, N/A
Donkey Kong CountryMarch 24, March 4, March 24, March 24, N/A
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong QuestApril 14, April 6, March 24, March 24, N/A
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!June 2, May 9, June 2, June 2, N/A
EarthBoundMarch 3, March 4, March 3, March 3, N/A
F-ZeroMarch 3, March 4, March 17, March 17, N/A
Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu ShōjoN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Final Fantasy IVN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Final Fantasy VN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Final Fantasy VIN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Final FightJuly 14, August 9, September 8, September 8, N/A
Final Fight 2September 22, November 21, September 8, September 8, N/A
Final Fight 3September 22, November 21, September 8, September 8, N/A
Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy WarN/A August 27, N/A N/A N/A
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the EmblemN/A June 22, N/A N/A N/A
Fire Emblem: Thracia N/A November 28, [13]N/A N/A N/A
Ganbare Goemon 2: Kiteretsu Shōgun MagginesuN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Ganbare Goemon 3: Shishijūrokubē no Karakuri Manji GatameN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Kirby's Dream CourseJuly 28, June 7, June 9, June 9, N/A
Kirby's Star StackerN/A November 28, [13]N/A N/A N/A
Live A LiveN/A November 28, [13]N/A N/A N/A
Mario's Super PicrossN/A November 28, [13]November 3, November 4, N/A
Mega Man XAugust 11, May 9, July 14, July 14, N/A
Mega Man X2October 6, July 20, August 11, August 11, N/A
Mega Man X3November 10, November 21, August 11, August 11, N/A
Mega Man 7June 16, May 9, July 14, July 14, N/A
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black QueenN/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Panel de PonN/A August 9, N/A N/A N/A
PilotwingsMarch 3, April 6, April 14, April 14, N/A
Pop'n TwinBeeN/A November 28, [13]N/A N/A N/A
Romancing SaGaN/A November 21, N/A N/A N/A
Romancing SaGa 2N/A August 23, [7]N/A N/A N/A
Street Fighter Alpha 2August 25, August 9, July 28, July 28, N/A
Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper FightingAugust 25, July 20, July 28, July 28, N/A
Super Famicom WarsN/A November 28, [13]N/A N/A N/A
Super Ghouls 'n GhostsJune 23, July 20, October 20, October 20, N/A
Super Mario KartMarch 24, May 9, March 17, March 17, N/A
Super Mario WorldMarch 3, March 4, March 3, March 3, N/A
Super MetroidApril 14, April 6, March 10, March 10, N/A
Super Castlevania IVSeptember 8, November 21, October 20, October 20, N/A
Super Punch-Out!!May 5, November 21, April 28, April 28, N/A
Super Street Fighter II: The New ChallengersAugust 25, June 7, July 28, July 28, N/A
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling TogetherN/A November 21, N/A N/A N/A
The Legend of the Mystical NinjaJuly 14, June 7, August 25, August 25, N/A
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the PastApril 14, March 4, March 10, March 10, N/A

Game Gear[edit]

SEGA began to release titles for their Game Gear handheld console through the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console service beginning in March , and continued to release them until June in most regions and until December that year in Japan. The Game Gear Virtual Console emulator was developed by M2 rather than by Nintendo.[14]

Title North America Japan Europe Australia Additional notes
ColumnsJune 13, August 8, June 13, June 13, N/A
Crystal WarriorsJune 27, February 6, June 27, June 27, N/A
Defenders of OasisJune 20, July 18, June 20, June 20, N/A
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean MachineJune 13, January 30, June 13, June 13, N/A
Dragon CrystalMarch 15, March 14, March 29, March 29, N/A
G-LOC: Air BattleJuly 4, September 26, July 4, July 4, N/A
Nazo PuyoN/A September 25, N/A N/A N/A
Nazo Puyo 2N/A October 23, N/A N/A N/A
Nazo Puyo: Arle no RouxN/A November 20, N/A N/A N/A
Puyo Puyo TsuN/A December 25, N/A N/A N/A
Shining Force Gaiden: Ensei - Jashin no Kuni heN/A October 2, N/A N/A N/A
Shining Force Gaiden: Final ConflictN/A January 15, N/A N/A N/A
Shining Force: The Sword of HajyaJune 13, November 6, June 13, June 13, N/A
Sonic BlastJune 20, April 18, June 14, June 14, N/A
Sonic Drift 2July 4, November 14, July 4, July 4, N/A
Sonic LabyrinthJune 27, May 16, May 10, May 10, N/A
Sonic the HedgehogJune 13, December 4, June 13, June 13, N/A
Sonic the Hedgehog 2June 27, October 31, June 27, June 27, N/A
Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple TroubleMarch 15, March 14, March 29, March 29, N/A
Tails AdventureJune 20, April 3, June 20, June 20, N/A
The G.G. ShinobiMarch 15, March 14, March 29, March 29, N/A
Vampire: Master of DarknessJuly 4, June 27, July 4, July 4, N/A

TurboGrafx[edit]

Four TurboGrafx (PC Engine) titles were released over the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console service exclusively in Japan, two in December and two in February

Title Release date Additional notes
Alien CrushFebruary 26, N/A
China WarriorDecember 25, N/A
GradiusDecember 25, N/A
R-TypeFebruary 26, This game was removed from the Nintendo eShop after June 30,

References[edit]

  1. ↑Argue For A Virtual Boy Store On the Nintendo 3DS, If You Can. Kotaku (November 15, ). Retrieved November 26,
  2. ↑The 73rd Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Q & A. Nintendo. Retrieved November 26,
  3. ↑Nintendo Won’t Rule Out Virtual Boy Games On Nintendo 3DS. Siliconera (July 5, ). Retrieved November 26,
  4. ↑How to Become a Nintendo 3DS Ambassador. TechnoBuffalo (August 10, ). Retrieved November 21,
  5. ↑Nintendo moving on from Game Boy Virtual Console releases on 3DS. GoNintendo (October 8, ). Retrieved November 23,
  6. ↑Nintendo Explains Why SNES Games Will Only Run On New 3DS. GameInformer (March 9, ). Retrieved March 10,
  7. Twelve Virtual Console games to be added to the Japanese New 3DS Virtual Console on August Nintendo Everything (August 20, ). Retrieved December 19,
  8. ↑North America - Breath of Fire II headed to New 3DS/XL VC tomorrow. GoNintendo (November 23, ). Retrieved November 23,
  9. ↑Castlevania: Dracula X rises again on North American New 3DS Virtual Console. Nintendo Wire (December 28, ). Retrieved December 28,
  10. ↑This week's European downloads - January 26 (Dracula X, Inchworm Animation II and more). GoNintendo (January 23, ). Retrieved January 23,
  11. ↑This week's North American downloads - December 8 (Demon's Crest, Fire Emblem SD and more). GoNintendo (December 8, ). Retrieved December 8,
  12. ↑This week's European downloads - December 15 (Minecraft SM, Pikmin 2 and more). Go Nintendo (December 12, ). Retrieved December 12,
  13. Another six Super Famicom games now live on the Japanese New 3DS Virtual Console. Nintendo Everything (November 27, ). Retrieved November 27,
  14. ↑Details on Game Gear Games on 3DS Virtual Console. Sonic Retro (March 8, ). Retrieved November 23,
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How to Buy Games From the Nintendo 3DS eShop

If you have a Nintendo 3DS, your gaming experience isn't limited to the game cards you buy in the store and plug into the back of your system. The Nintendo eShop lets you use your 3DS to buy games and apps online from the downloadable DSiWare library.

You can also access the Virtual Console and buy retro Game Boy, Game Boy Color, TurboGrafx, and Game Gear games.

How to Make Nintendo eShop Purchases

Keep in mind that the Nintendo 3DS eShop doesn't utilize Nintendo Points: All prices are listed in real cash denominations (USD).

  1. Update your 3DS for good measure. You might even need to do an upgrade before you can utilize the Nintendo eShop.

  2. Click Nintendo eShop on the 3DS's bottom screen. It looks like a shopping bag.

  3. Find a game to download in the Nintendo eShop. You can do so with a manual keyword search or by browsing via category or genre.

  4. Select the game you want to purchase.

    A small profile for the game will pop up. Take note of the price (in USD), the ESRB rating, and the user ratings from previous buyers. Tap on the game's icon to read a paragraph explaining the game and its story.

  5. Choose Tap Here to Purchase.

    If necessary, add funds to your Nintendo 3DS account. You can use a credit card or a prepaid Nintendo 3DS card.

    To postpone getting the game right now, you can opt to add it to your wish list.

    The Nintendo eShop doesn't use Nintendo Points, unlike the virtual shopping channels on the Wii and the Nintendo DSi. Instead, all eShop transactions are done in real monetary denominations. You can add $5, $10, $20, and $

  6. A checkout summary screen displays the cost of the game, plus any taxes. It also displays your SD card space, which is represented as blocks. You can see how many blocks a download will take up and how many more remain on your SD card by scrolling the purchase summary with your stylus or by pressing Down on the d-pad.

  7. Tap Purchase when you're ready to complete the transaction. Your download will begin, as long as you had sufficient blocks available.

    Don't turn off the Nintendo 3DS or remove the SD card.

  8. View the receipt when the download finishes, or tap Continue to keep shopping in the eShop. Alternatively, press Home to return to the Nintendo 3DS main menu.

  9. Your new game will be on a new shelf on the bottom screen of your 3DS. Tap the present icon to open up your new game, and enjoy!

How to Make 3DS Virtual Console Restore Points

If you need to save a Virtual Console game quickly, you can create a restore point by tapping the Virtual Console menu at the bottom of the screen. Restore points let you resume a game exactly where you left off.

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List of Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS (North America)

Wikipedia list article

This is a list of Virtual Console games that are available on the Nintendo 3DS in North America.

Available titles[edit]

The following is a list of the games ( including those available for Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors, and delisted titles like Tetris and Donkey Kong: Original Edition) available on the Virtual Console for the Nintendo 3DS in North America, sorted by system and in the order they were added in Nintendo eShop. To sort by other columns, click the corresponding icon in the header row.

Game Boy[edit]

These titles were originally released for use on the Game Boy system, which was launched in The first three Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console titles were Game Boy games and debuted alongside the Nintendo 3DS eShop in June [1]

There are 50 games available to purchase.

Title Publisher[2]Developer(s)[2]Release Date ESRB
AlleywayNintendoNintendo June 6, E
Radar MissionNintendoNintendo June 6, E
Super Mario LandNintendoNintendo June 6, E
Donkey KongNintendoNintendo June 16, E
TennisNintendoIntelligent SystemsJune 23, E
Kirby's Dream LandNintendoHAL LaboratoryJune 30, E
Fortified ZoneJalecoJaleco July 7, E
QixNintendoNintendo R&D1July 7, E
BaseballNintendoNintendo R&D1July 14, E
Game & Watch GalleryNintendoNintendo R&D1July 14, E
Mario's PicrossNintendoJupiterAugust 4, E
Avenging SpiritJalecoJaleco August 11, E
Gargoyle's QuestCapcomCapcom August 25, E
Pac-ManBandai NamcoNamcoSeptember 1, E
GolfNintendoNintendo, Intelligent SystemsSeptember 8, E
Mega Man: Dr. Wily's RevengeCapcomMinakuchi Engineering September 15, E
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden CoinsNintendoNintendo R&D1September 29, E
Side PocketG-ModeData EastOctober 6, E
CatrapAsmikAsmik October 13, E
Double DragonNintendoTechnōs JapanOctober 20, E10+
BurgerTime DeluxeG-ModeData EastOctober 27, E
Balloon KidNintendoNintendo R&D1, Pax Softnica November 3, E
Metroid II: Return of SamusNintendoNintendo R&D1November 24, E
Adventure IslandHudson SoftHudson Soft December 1, E
Bionic CommandoCapcomMinakuchi Engineering December 29, E10+
Lock 'n' ChaseG-ModeData EastJanuary 19, E
Maru's MissionHamsterToseFebruary 9, E
Kirby's Block BallNintendoHAL LaboratoryMay 17, E
Kirby's Pinball LandNintendoHAL LaboratoryJuly 12, E
The Sword of Hope IIKemcoKemco July 12, E
Kid Icarus: Of Myths and MonstersNintendoNintendo, ToseJuly 19, E10+
TumblepopG-ModeData EastJuly 19, E
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3NintendoNintendo R&D1July 26, E
Mole ManiaNintendoNintendo EAD, Pax Softnica July 26, E
Mystical Ninja Starring GoemonKonamiKonami September 13, E
QuarthKonamiKonami September 27, E
Dr. MarioNintendoNintendo R&D1October 4, E
Castlevania: The AdventureKonamiKonami October 25, E
Kirby's Star StackerNintendoHAL LaboratoryJanuary 17, E
Kirby's Dream Land 2NintendoHAL LaboratoryAugust 1, E
Revenge of the 'Gator[a]NintendoHAL LaboratoryOctober 17, E
Mega Man IICapcomCapcom May 8, E
Mega Man IIICapcomCapcom May 8, E
Mega Man IVCapcomCapcom May 15, E
Mega Man VCapcomCapcom May 22, E
Donkey Kong LandNintendoNintendo February 26, E
Donkey Kong Land 2NintendoNintendo February 26, E
Donkey Kong Land IIINintendoNintendo February 26, E
Pokémon BlueNintendoGame FreakFebruary 27, E
Pokémon RedNintendoGame FreakFebruary 27, E

Game Boy Color[edit]

These titles were originally released for use on the Game Boy Color system, which was launched in

There are 31 games available to purchase.

Title Publisher[2]Developer(s)[2]Release Date ESRB
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DXNintendoNintendo June 7, E
Blaster Master: Enemy BelowSunsoftSunsoft December 15, E
Game & Watch Gallery 2NintendoNintendo R&D1May 24, E
RaymanUbisoftUbisoft May 31, E
Prince of PersiaUbisoftUbisoft June 7, E
Toki ToriTwo Tribes B.V.Two Tribes B.V. August 30, E
Mario GolfNintendoCamelot Software PlanningOctober 11, E
Wario Land IINintendoNintendo December 20, E
Legend of the River KingNatsumeVictor Interactive SoftwareMarch 28, E
Harvest MoonNatsumeVictor Interactive SoftwareMay 16, E
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of AgesNintendoNintendo May 30, E
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of SeasonsNintendoNintendo May 30, E
ShantaeWayForwardWayForward July 18, E
Wario Land 3NintendoNintendo R&D1August 29, E
Mario TennisNintendoCamelot Software PlanningDecember 26, E
Mega Man XtremeCapcomCapcom May 1, E
Mega Man Xtreme 2CapcomCapcom May 29, E
Xtreme SportsWayForwardWayForward August 21, E
Legend of the River King 2NatsumeNatsume September 18, E
Harvest Moon 2NatsumeNatsume October 16, E
Pokémon Puzzle ChallengeNintendoIntelligent SystemsNovember 6, E
Pokémon Trading Card GameNintendoHudson SoftNovember 13, E
Harvest Moon 3NatsumeNatsume December 11, E
Super Mario Bros. DeluxeNintendoNintendo December 25, E
Bionic Commando: Elite ForcesNintendoNintendo January 1, E
Lufia: The Legend ReturnsNatsumeNatsume January 15, E
Game & Watch Gallery 3NintendoNintendo February 5, E
Pokémon YellowNintendoGame FreakFebruary 27, E
Pokémon GoldNintendoGame FreakSeptember 22, E
Pokémon SilverNintendoGame FreakSeptember 22, E
Pokémon CrystalNintendoGame FreakJanuary 26, E

Game Gear[edit]

These titles were originally released for use on the Game Gear system, which was launched in

There are 16 games available to purchase.

Title Publisher[3][2]Developer(s) Release Date ESRB
Dragon CrystalSegaSega March 15, E10+
ShinobiSegaSega March 15, E
Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple TroubleSegaM2March 15, E
ColumnsSegaSega June 13, E
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean MachineSegaCompileJune 13, E
Shining Force: The Sword of HajyaSegaSonic! Software PlanningJune 13, E10+
Sonic the HedgehogSegaAncientJune 13, E
Defenders of OasisSegaSega June 20, E10+
Sonic BlastSegaAspect Co.June 20, E
Tails AdventureSegaAspect Co.June 20, E
Crystal WarriorsSegaSega June 27, E10+
Sonic LabyrinthSegaSega June 27, E
Sonic the Hedgehog 2SegaAspect Co.June 27, E
G-LOC: Air BattleSegaSega AM2July 4, E
Sonic Drift 2SegaSega July 4, E
Vampire: Master of DarknessSegaSIMSJuly 4, E10+

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

These titles were originally released for use on the Nintendo Entertainment System, which was launched in The first 10 NES games were released on August 31, to Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors.[4] These games were later released to the general public with additional features, such as the ability to save the game at any point; the Ambassador versions were patched to add the new features.[5]

There are 64 games available to purchase. The Mysterious Murasame Castle and Summer Carnival ' Recca made their first official appearances in North America when they were added to the 3DS Virtual Console. Donkey Kong: Original Edition also made its North American debut, but it was available only as a promotional bonus and was removed from availability after the promotion ended.[6]

Title Publisher[2]Developer(s)[2]Release Date ESRB
Super Mario Bros.[a]NintendoNintendo EADFebruary 16, E
Metroid[a]NintendoNintendo R&D1March 1, E
Punch-Out!!NintendoNintendo R&D3March 8, E
Donkey Kong Jr.[a]NintendoNintendo R&D1, Nintendo R&D2June 14, E
The Legend of Zelda[a]NintendoNintendo EADJuly 5, E
NES Open Tournament Golf[a]NintendoNintendo R&D2July 5, E
GradiusKonamiKonami October 18, E
Ghosts 'n GoblinsCapcomMicronicsOctober 25, E
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link[a]NintendoNintendo November 22, E
Pac-ManBandai NamcoBandai Namco November 29, E
Mighty Bomb JackKoei TecmoKoei Tecmo December 6, E
Ninja GaidenKoei TecmoKoei Tecmo December 13, E
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels[b][c]NintendoNintendo EADDecember 27, E
Mega ManCapcomCapcom December 27, E
Super CKonamiKonami January 24, E
Ice Climber[a]NintendoNintendo January 31, E
Mega Man 2CapcomCapcom February 7, E
Dig DugBandai NamcoBandai Namco February 14, E
Yoshi[a]NintendoGame FreakFebruary 21, E
Wrecking Crew[a]NintendoNintendo March 7, E
Mega Man 3CapcomCapcom March 14, E
CastlevaniaKonamiKonami April 4, E
Mega Man 4CapcomCapcom April 25, E
Balloon Fight[a]NintendoNintendo R&D1May 2, E
Mega Man 5CapcomCapcom May 16, E
Mega Man 6CapcomCapcom June 20, E
SpelunkerTozai Games Tose, Tamtex June 27, E
Super Mario Bros. 2NintendoNintendo EADJuly 11, E
Donkey KongNintendoNintendo R&D1, Nintendo R&D2August 15, E
Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of ChaosKoei TecmoKoei Tecmo August 22, E
Summer Carnival ' Recca[b]Kaga ElectronicsKIDSeptember 5, E
Tecmo BowlKoei TecmoTecmoSeptember 12, E
Solomon's KeyKoei TecmoKoei Tecmo September 19, E
Star SoldierKonamiKonami October 24, E
Milon's Secret CastleKonamiKonami October 31, E
Wario's WoodsNintendoNintendo November 7, E
River City RansomArc System WorksTechnōs JapanNovember 14, E10+
City ConnectionHamsterHamster November 21, E
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of DoomKoei TecmoKoei Tecmo November 28, E
Donkey Kong 3NintendoNintendo December 5, E
Double DragonArc System WorksTechnōs JapanDecember 12, E10+
Crash 'N' The Boys: Street ChallengeArc System WorksTechnōs JapanDecember 19, E
Castlevania II: Simon's QuestKonamiKonami January 16, E
Life ForceKonamiKonami January 23, E
Mario Bros.NintendoNintendo January 30, E
Sky Kid[d]Bandai NamcoBandai Namco February 20, E
RenegadeArc System WorksTechnōs JapanFebruary 27, E10+
Adventure Island IIKonamiKonami March 6, E
GalagaBandai NamcoBandai Namco March 13, E
Clu Clu LandNintendoNintendo March 27, E
Mach RiderNintendoNintendo April 10, E
Super Mario Bros. 3NintendoNintendo EADApril 17, E
Double Dragon II: The RevengeArc System WorksTechnōs JapanJune 12, E10+
Super Dodge BallArc System WorksTechnōs JapanJune 18, E
Castlevania III: Dracula's CurseKonamiKonami June 26, E
Bases LoadedHamsterHamster July 10, E
Blaster MasterSunsoftSunsoft[7]July 24, E
The Mysterious Murasame Castle[b][c]NintendoNintendo August 7, E
Street Fighter The Final FightCapcomCapcom September 4, E10+
Gargoyle's Quest IICapcomCapcom October 30, E
Mighty Final FightCapcomCapcom November 27, E10+
Adventures of LoloNintendoHAL LaboratoryJanuary 8, E
S.C.A.T.NatsumeNatsume January 22, E
Shadow of the NinjaNatsumeNatsume January 29, E
  1. ^ abcdefghijNintendo 3DS Ambassador title
  2. ^ abcNot originally available in North America.
  3. ^ abFamicom Disk System title.
  4. ^Based on the Japanese version despite being previously released in North America.

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

These titles were originally released for use on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, which was launched in These Virtual Console titles are exclusively available for New Nintendo 3DS platforms (New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL, and New Nintendo 2DS XL),[8] due to technical issues regarding the CPU in older Nintendo 3DS models for rendering the emulation.[9]

There are 30 games available to purchase on the New Nintendo 3DS platforms (New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL and New Nintendo 2DS XL).

Title Publisher[2]Developer(s)[2]Release Date ESRB
F-ZeroNintendoNintendo EADMarch 3, E
PilotwingsNintendoNintendo EADMarch 3, E
Super Mario WorldNintendoNintendo EADMarch 3, E
Donkey Kong CountryNintendoRareMarch 24, E
EarthBoundNintendoApe, HAL LaboratoryMarch 24, T
Super Mario KartNintendoNintendo EADMarch 24, E
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong QuestNintendoRareApril 14, E
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the PastNintendoNintendo EADApril 14, E
Super MetroidNintendoNintendo R&D1, Intelligent SystemsApril 14, E
Super Punch-Out!!NintendoNintendo R&D3May 5, E
Contra III: The Alien WarsKonamiKonami May 19, E10+
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double TroubleNintendoRareJune 2, E
Mega Man 7CapcomCapcom June 16, E
Super Ghouls 'n GhostsCapcomCapcom June 23, E
The Legend of the Mystical NinjaKonamiKonami July 7, E
Final FightCapcomCapcom July 14, E
Kirby's Dream CourseNintendoHAL Laboratory, Nintendo EADJuly 28, E
Mega Man XCapcomCapcom August 11, E
Street Fighter Alpha 2CapcomCapcom August 25, T
Street Fighter II: Hyper FightingCapcomCapcom August 25, T
Super Street Fighter II: The New ChallengersCapcomCapcom August 25, T
Super Castlevania IVKonamiKonami September 8, E10+
Final Fight 2CapcomCapcom September 22, E10+
Final Fight 3CapcomCapcom September 22, T
Mega Man X2CapcomCapcom October 6, E
Breath of FireCapcomCapcom October 20, E
Mega Man X3CapcomMinakuchi Engineering November 10, E
Breath of Fire IICapcomCapcom November 24, E
Demon's CrestCapcomCapcom December 8, E
Castlevania: Dracula XKonamiKonami December 29, E

Delisted titles[edit]

Game Boy[edit]

There was 1 title that used to be available to purchase, but has since been delisted from the service due to Nintendo's Tetris license expiring, as Ubisoft held the license at the time.[10]

  1. ^Available prior to January 1,

Promotion-exclusive titles[edit]

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

There was 1 title that was exclusively available as a promotional bonus, which was removed from availability after the promotion ended on January 6, [6]

  1. ^Available only to users who downloaded select titles from the Nintendo eShop prior to January 6,

Game Boy Advance[edit]

These titles were originally released for use on the Game Boy Advance, which was launched in Like the initial NES Virtual Console games, these titles were released exclusively to Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors. Unlike the NES titles, these games have not been released to the general public.[11] Additionally, since these titles run natively and are not emulated, they do not support typical emulation features, such as suspended play and restore points.

These are the 10 Game Boy Advance games that were available exclusively for Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors.

Title Publisher Developer(s) Release Date ESRB
F-Zero: Maximum VelocityNintendoNd CubeDecember 16, E
Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesNintendoIntelligent SystemsDecember 16, E
Kirby & the Amazing MirrorNintendoHAL LaboratoryDecember 16, E
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish CapNintendoCapcomDecember 16, E
Mario Kart: Super CircuitNintendoIntelligent SystemsDecember 16, E
Mario vs. Donkey KongNintendoNintendo Software TechnologyDecember 16, E
Metroid FusionNintendoNintendo R&D1December 16, E
Wario Land 4NintendoNintendo R&D1December 16, E
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames!NintendoNintendo R&D1December 16, E
Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3NintendoNintendo EADDecember 16, E

See also[edit]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Virtual_Console_games_for_Nintendo_3DS_(North_America)

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List of Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS (PAL region)

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The following is the complete list of the Virtual Console titles that have been released for the Nintendo 3DS in the PAL region (Europe and Australia) sorted by system and release dates.

Available titles[edit]

The following is the complete list of the Virtual Console titles available for the Nintendo 3DS in the PAL region (Europe and Australia) sorted by system and release dates.

Game Boy[edit]

There are 49 games available to purchase.

Game Boy Color[edit]

There are 29 games available to purchase.

  1. ^Originally released as Game Boy Gallery 3 in Australia.
  2. ^ abNot originally available in the PAL region.
  3. ^Initially available for free to users who registered their Nintendo Network ID from December 10, to January 31, Download codes were sent out from February 13 to 28,
  4. ^Initially available for free to users who purchased Mario Golf: World Tour on the Nintendo eShop from May 2 to 29,
  5. ^Originally released as Game Boy Gallery 4 in Australia.
  6. ^Not originally available in Europe.

Game Gear[edit]

There are 16 games available to purchase.

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

There are 63 games available to purchase.

  1. ^ abFamicom Disk System title.

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

There are 31 games available to purchase on the New Nintendo 3DS platforms (New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL or New Nintendo 2DS XL).

Delisted[edit]

There is 1 game which was previously available for purchase, but is not anymore.

Game Boy[edit]

  1. ^Available prior to January 1, It is not available.

Promotion-exclusive titles[edit]

The following is the complete list of the 10Virtual Console titles which were available for the Nintendo 3DS in the PAL region (Europe and Australia) exclusively by special promotion, sorted by system and release dates.

Game Boy Advance[edit]

There are 10 games which were promotion-exclusive. These are the 10 Game Boy Advance games that were available exclusively for Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors, which have been stated to have no planned public release.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Virtual_Console_games_for_Nintendo_3DS_(PAL_region)
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