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I know this topic hasn't been touched in a while, but now that the game is actually available on the Wii U, how many people have actually purchased it...? I don't have a Wii U, I'm not allowed to have consoles outside of handhelds and a PC (I've stuck with emulators) but my girlfriend has a Wii U so I've managed to get her obsessed with the series so she'd be willing to buy it If it came out on the 3ds I'd buy it in a heartbeat. I check the e-shop every single day for a Klonoa release. Empire of Dreams was the very first Klonoa game I ever played. I have it on my gba4ios and an actual copy for my ds lite, and it holds a special place in my heart for introducing me to the series. It makes me so sad that so many Klonoa fans consider the GBA games un-canon or spin-offs. Beach Volley is a spin-off, the GBA games still have great story lines and characters, and hell, still have great graphics, music, and gameplay. Just because it's 16-bit 2D rather than 3D (or rather 2.5D) doesn't make it a game worth shunning? I never understood... perhaps it's just that the GBA games weren't really as hyped about in America as the Playstation games were...And even so, buying EoD on the e-shop would only show Namco that people still care about Klonoa
If the GBA games came on the VC, I'd consider it.I doubt they even have the source code for the canceled Gamecube port of Lunatea's Veil, though. It was never released, why bother keeping it, would be their logic, I would think. I do see them doing an HD port, however.
@the_darai: Don't you mean show? @confuted: You have to have a Wii U to download any virtual console games on it. You can't buy it without buying the system.
Quote from: Windbullet on February 22, 2014, 05:33:34 PM@the_darai: Don't you mean show? @confuted: You have to have a Wii U to download any virtual console games on it. You can't buy it without buying the system.Virtual Console also works with Wii, which is cheaper if you don't want Wii U exclusives.