The Wii U allows users to play classic games from platforms such as Super Nintendo, NES, and Game Boy Advance, which can be purchased by eShop. The range of titles is growing every day and becoming interesting to fans of the older consoles. You just want to play a classic but don’t know where to start? Check out our suggestions:
All games can be found in the Nintendo eShop separated by platform, right in the middle of the page (see image above). The prices ranges from $ 4.99 to $ 7.99 and games usually weigh no more than 50MB.
Super Mario World (Super Nintendo, 1990)
Sidekick Super Nintendo, the game came packaged with the console and guarantee hours more hours of fun. The variety of stages, sets and outlandish ideas is frightening, especially considering that the game was released in 1990.
The $ 7.99 charged by the game you can play it on a big TV, or even use the screen for the gamepad takes it everywhere. Other attraction is the multiplayer mode, where players are interspersed to advance through the stages of the game.
Super Street Fighter II - The New Challengers (Super Nintendo, 1993)
Improved the classic fighting game from Capcom version brings the same gameplay that the game led to stardom, and even adds four new characters to the other 12 present in the first version.
It is still easy to lose hours having fun with the game, especially with a friend to play some matches. The gameplay remains firm and precise, as well as the graphics that have aged surprisingly well.
WarioWare, Inc. Mega .: Microgames! (Game Boy Advance, 2003)
Success among gamers who enjoy different experiences, Mega Microgames was the first version of the popular series of games that involve quick, fun and very funny minigames.
Even more than ten years, the mechanics still intact, being able to entertain players of various levels for hours and hours. Recomendadissimo those who have never experienced the game.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Super Nintendo, 1991)
First appearance of classic action RPG on a platform with more features, Zelda showed that it was possible to create giant living universes without losing the charisma of the main characters.
Inspiration of many great titles of today, the game almost 25 years is still a beautiful and complete experience. Hot tip for RPG fans who want dozens of hours of gameplay without spending much.
Super Mario Kart (Super Nintendo, 1992)
More than twenty years have passed, and Super Mario Kart remains the horn as one of the games more fun and challenging race of all time. The SNES version may not have high definition graphics or orchestrated soundtrack, but it is certainly still an audiovisual show for fans of classic games.
With a total of eight playable characters, twenty-four championships clues, the game can still be enjoyed on two players in split screen mode. Another bonus is the exhilarating Battle mode, where the goal is to hit the opponent with items in the game to win.