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List of Virtual Console games for Wii (South Korea)

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List of Virtual Console games for Wii (South Korea)

Contents

  • Available titles 1
    • Famicom 1.1
    • Super NES 1.2
    • Nintendo 64 1.3
  • Future releases 2
  • References 3

Available titles

The following is the complete list of the 40 Virtual Console titles available for the Wii in South Korea sorted by system and release date.

Famicom

There are currently 23 games available to purchase.
Title Publisher Release Date Language
Donkey Kong Nintendo April 26, 2008 English
Kekkyoku Nankyoku Daibouken Konami April 26, 2008 Japanese
Kirby's Adventure Nintendo April 26, 2008 English
Super Mario Bros. Nintendo April 26, 2008 Japanese
Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari Windysoft May 26, 2008 Japanese
Super Mario Bros. 3 Nintendo May 26, 2008 Japanese
Bubble Bobble Taito June 10, 2008 English
Galaga Bandai Namco July 15, 2008 English
Super Mario USA Nintendo July 15, 2008 Japanese
Xevious Bandai Namco July 29, 2008 English
Yoshi Nintendo August 12, 2008 English
NES Open Tournament Golf Nintendo August 26, 2008 English
Pac-Man Bandai Namco August 26, 2008 English
Hudson's Adventure Island Hudson Soft September 16, 2008 English
Urban Champion Nintendo September 30, 2008 English
Downtown Nekketsu Kōshinkyoku: Soreyuke Daiundōkai Windysoft October 14, 2008 Japanese
Kid Icarus Nintendo October 28, 2008 English
Yoshi's Cookie Nintendo November 11, 2008 English
Mario Bros. Nintendo December 30, 2008 English
Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: Soccer Hen Windysoft January 28, 2009 Japanese
Adventures of Lolo HAL Laboratory February 10, 2009 English
Joy Mech Fight Nintendo March 17, 2009 Japanese
The Legend of Zelda Nintendo March 31, 2009 English

Super NES

There are currently 13 games available to purchase.
Title Publisher Release Date Language
Contra III: The Alien Wars Konami April 26, 2008 English
Cybernator Hudson Soft April 26, 2008 English
Gradius III Konami April 26, 2008 English
Super Mario World Nintendo April 26, 2008 Japanese/
English
Super Metroid Nintendo April 26, 2008 English
Donkey Kong Country Nintendo May 26, 2008 English
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Nintendo June 10, 2008 English
F-Zero Nintendo June 25, 2008 English
Super R-Type Irem August 12, 2008 English
Panel de Pon Nintendo September 30, 2008 Japanese
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Nintendo November 25, 2008 English
R-Type III: The Third Lightning Irem January 13, 2009 Japanese
Kirby's Dream Course Nintendo February 24, 2009 English

Nintendo 64

There are currently 4 games available to purchase.
Title Publisher Release Date Language
Mario Kart 64 Nintendo April 26, 2008 English
Star Fox 64 Nintendo June 25, 2008 English
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards Nintendo September 16, 2008 English
1080° Snowboarding Nintendo December 16, 2008 English

Future releases

New titles are released on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of a four-week month, or 3rd and 5th Tuesdays of a five-week month. If the Tuesday is a public holiday, the update will be on Wednesday instead. The games are announced by Nintendo of Korea one week prior to release.[1]

The download service has been on hiatus as of April 2009.

References

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