List of Virtual Console Games (PAL Region) - List of Virtual Console Games

List of Virtual Console Games

Virtual Console
Platform Wii Shop Channel Nintendo eShop
Wii Wii U Nintendo 3DS
Home Systems
Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom Yes Yes Yes
Super Nintendo Entertainment System / Super Famicom Yes Yes No
Nintendo 64 Yes TBA No
Nintendo GameCube No TBA No
Sega Master System Yes Wii Mode only No
Sega Mega Drive / Genesis Yes Wii Mode only No
TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine Yes Wii Mode only TBA
Neo Geo Yes Wii Mode only No
Commodore 64 Yes Wii Mode only No
MSX Yes Wii Mode only No
Virtual Console Arcade Yes Wii Mode only No
Handheld Systems
Game Boy No No Yes
Game Boy Color No No Yes
Game Boy Advance No TBA Ambassadors only
Sega Game Gear No No Yes

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