A new listing on the Australian Classification website has turned up a new listing for GBA games, possibly giving us a preview of what to expect for new GBA games on the service. It was announced last week during the Nintendo Direct that Gameboy Advance games would finally be included on the Wii U virtual console, after more than a year of being promised.
This new classification is for a game called Mr. Driller, which is a puzzle platform game that saw several sequels released in its time. The classification filing was filed on February 19, meaning we could see this game come to English-speaking countries sooner rather than later.
With the addition of GBA titles heading to the Nintendo eShop, perhaps we’ll see more than just a trickle of games released each week, especially considering the backlog of the entire GBA catalog.
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