10 Free NES and VC games?

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User Info: xLexLuth0rx

xLexLuth0rx
5 years ago#1
I'm a little confused on this comment from Nintendo's Twitter account. Aren't NES and VC games one in the same?

http://twitter.com/#!/NintendoAmerica/status/104722637955149824
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User Info: deadANDrotted

deadANDrotted
5 years ago#2
As far as I can tell VC for the 3DS refers to Gameboy, GBC, and GBA(so far) and NES games were only suposed to be 3D Classics (that seems to be changing now though).

So in a way your right, but I think Nintendo had planned to keep console games on the Wii VC and hand helds on the 3DS VC. Like I said though it seems like that they may release NES games on the VC even without 3D updates. They mentioned some games (maybe) being released for sale later.

User Info: alacer807

alacer807
5 years ago#3
I believe the 'VC games' were referring to the free GBA games coming out by the end of the year. Now that I think abut it though, the fact that they used the word "Starting" is interesting. means that it probably won't be all in one go.
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User Info: xLexLuth0rx

xLexLuth0rx
5 years ago#4
Yeah I just found it a little odd that they chose to say 'VC' instead of 'GBA' which seems more appropriate...
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