Well upgrade this post if we hear anything else. In the meantime, inform us what you make from all this in the remarks.
Its nearly the end of the year and to go out with a bang, Nintendo is noting whatever video games it wants on its official site …
As spotted earlier today by the Twitter account @wight90297332, Nintendos Japanese release schedule for December features the N64 titles Banjo-Kazooie and Blast Corps for the Wii U Virtual Console. Yep, apparently, they are due out today …?
According to the @Nintendos JPN release schedule, Banjo-Kazooie and Blast Corps are releasing on the … Wii U Virtual Console? – Banjo-Kazooie: https://t.co/2RkttmDO6K- Blast Corps: https://t.co/picENyxY8ehttps://t.co/RSkaDOeI3W https://t.co/OTUMz3EIZY pic.twitter.com/enFr5RcXYs— Gematsu (@gematsucom) December 30, 2020
We assume this is a significant blunder on Nintendos end. Nevertheless, its got us questioning why these 2 Rare video games – a company now owned by Microsoft – are noted when neither game got a Virtual Console release in the first place. Could it suggest things to come?
As kept in mind in Gematsus tweet above, both links are unavailable. If you do click them, itll raise a message explaining the page has either been erased, modified, or is presently readily available. In stating this, you can still see the listings on the primary release schedule page – with Microsoft Japan down as the publisher.