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Upcoming Australian Nintendo Games

by Ben Kosmina - October 14, 2004, 3:55 am PDT
Total comments: 12 Source: Nintendo Australia

Be in the know on what to ask for this Christmas.

Nintendo Australia has announced its upcoming titles that Australians can look forward to for the rest of the year. Kids! Nag your parents for:

Nintendo GameCube

  • Donkey Konga - 28th October

  • Pikmin 2 - 4th November

  • Paper Mario 2 - 18th November

  • Tales of Symphonia - November

  • Metroid Prime 2 - December

    Game Boy Advance

  • Mario Pinball Land - 28th October

  • Limited Edition Game Boy Advance SP Tattoo - 4th November

  • Game Boy Video - 18th November - (exclusive to Coles Myer Stores Only)

    - (I Choose You / Here Comes the Squirtle Squad)

    - (For Ho-oh The Bells Toll / A Hot Water Battle)

  • NES Classics - 18th November

    - Zelda

    - Excitebike

    - Donkey Kong

    - Super Mario Bros.

    - Pacman

  • Final Fantasy I & II - November

  • Kingdom Hearts - 2005

  • Talkback

    Infernal MonkeyOctober 13, 2004

    Well, GB Video's already doomed here. Do NAL even know that Myer stopped stocking GameCube stuff last year? "Here have the exclusive rights to this GBA because you love us so much!" ='D

    But it's nice to see they've finally decided to throw the NES Classics at us, even though they'll charge too much (it is their destiny). And rock on to the fairly quick release of Paper Mario 2, Mario Pinball Land and especially Final Fantasy I & II. Usually RPG's take Square/Nintendo/Whatever six months ++

    Aussie Ben PGCBen Kosmina, Staff AlumnusOctober 14, 2004

    According to a catalogue I saw, the NES Classics are meant to be going for AU$30.00 apiece. Not bad, but still far too expensive for games that were previously available for $5 on paper cards.

    MarioOctober 14, 2004

    $30? Not bad indeed. face-icon-small-shocked.gif

    Also it appears we're NEVER getting Four Swords Adventures.

    Infernal MonkeyOctober 14, 2004

    Ahahaha yeah. Convert a Zelda game to PAL? NEVERS. $30 is pretty good considering I was seriously expecting NAL to charge like $50-$60 for them. But yeah. I have Excitebike and DK on e-Reader and the NES version of Pac-Man's not even worth $2. I'll grab SMB, though. =o

    Bill AurionOctober 14, 2004

    Hey, what? Where'd Minish Cap go? O_o

    Ian SaneOctober 14, 2004

    I'm pretty impressed you guys get Metroid Prime 2 so soon after us. Same with Paper Mario 2.

    $30 for the NES Classics is about on par with what we pay here in Canada. It's still a total rip-off though since none of the titles are obcure or hard to find in a cheaper format and most of the arcade ports have since the NES days been made available in superior arcade perfect ports.

    KDR_11kOctober 14, 2004

    At least Zelda makes for a nice, cheap gameplay experience if you didn't have an NES...

    Ian SaneOctober 14, 2004

    "At least Zelda makes for a nice, cheap gameplay experience if you didn't have an NES..."

    Or a Gamecube. face-icon-small-smile.gif

    KDR_11kOctober 14, 2004

    I didn't get that Zelda Collector's disk... Also, portability is a big bonus.

    Aussie Ben PGCBen Kosmina, Staff AlumnusOctober 15, 2004

    Quote

    Also it appears we're NEVER getting Four Swords Adventures.


    And yet Europe is. Brilliant, eh?

    ProcessionOctober 16, 2004

    Well, we did get Animal Crossing a year before Europe.

    DrZoidbergJuan Schwartz, Staff WriterOctober 16, 2004

    You'd think Zelda be popular enough to release here. ZELDA but apparently not.

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