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Capcom’s Internet-spanning Mega Man Battle Network 3: Blue Version and White Version GBA jams are both coming to the Wii U Virtual Console, a spokesperson confirmed to IGN.

This confirmation comes following sightings of both GBA Mega Man Battle Network games on the Australian Classification Board last week. The spokesperson also revealed that the pair of Mega Man games are just the start of Capcom GBA releases planned for Wii U Virtual Console release.

“We are working on bringing this and other GBA titles to the North American Virtual Console,” the Capcom spokesperson informed IGN. “We’ll have more information about the lineup in the coming months. For Australia and Europe, we are still in discussions about the release of Virtual Console titles for those markets.”

The third installment of Capcom’s real-time tactical RPG take on Mega Man first launched on GBA in 2003 and was met with fairly favorable reviews, including a 7.5 from the then Ziff Davis–owned EGM.

Mega Man Battle Network 3 Blue and White coming to Wii U Virtual Console

By | 04/29/2014 01:03 PM PT

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Capcom’s Internet-spanning Mega Man Battle Network 3: Blue Version and White Version GBA jams are both coming to the Wii U Virtual Console, a spokesperson confirmed to IGN.

This confirmation comes following sightings of both GBA Mega Man Battle Network games on the Australian Classification Board last week. The spokesperson also revealed that the pair of Mega Man games are just the start of Capcom GBA releases planned for Wii U Virtual Console release.

“We are working on bringing this and other GBA titles to the North American Virtual Console,” the Capcom spokesperson informed IGN. “We’ll have more information about the lineup in the coming months. For Australia and Europe, we are still in discussions about the release of Virtual Console titles for those markets.”

The third installment of Capcom’s real-time tactical RPG take on Mega Man first launched on GBA in 2003 and was met with fairly favorable reviews, including a 7.5 from the then Ziff Davis–owned EGM.

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