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Capcom has a huge catalog of titles scheduled to arrive for the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS later this year on Nintendo's digital eShop.
Nintendo seems to be getting its act together in the ole new game release department this week, offering up a couple of new Game Boy Advance titles on the Wii U Virtual Console, as well as a handful of smaller games for the 3DS and the launch of Conception 2 and Lego: The Hobbit.
It’s a big day for the Wii U as Nintendo’s home console finally adds Game Boy Advance titles to the Virtual Console, kicking things off with Samus, Mario and a bunch of peppy kids with a good mind for open warfare.
Best Buy has formally entered the used game trade. This week they launched the Best Buy Trade-In program at almost 600 locations.
For a pathetically long time, Nintendo fans have been pining for the stateside release of Japan-only GBA classic Mother 3. Nintendo has crushed their dreams yet again, however, when Stephen Totilo from MTV's Multiplayer Blog interviewed Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime.