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SNES and GBA Remix could happen if fan demand is strong enough

Speaking with IGN NES Remix 1 & 2 Game Director Koichi Hayashida hinted at the possibility of SNES and GBA versions of the microgame collections saying, “I have a large desire to explore that very idea, [b]ut does the marketplace want it or need it? If we get a big enough cry for that then it would be something we can take a look at.”

NES Remix was released in December with NES Remix 2 hitting the Wii U eShop this Friday, 25 April. Both games are a mashup of classic NES titles played in creative and interesting ways in microgame form.


Hayashida also mentioned that he’s love to expand the scope of the series to include some non-Nintendo franchises like Mega Man, Castlevania and Contra.  “[P]ersonally I’m a fan of those games, and I like them a lot,” Hayashida said. “If there’s a big enough outpouring of support for these titles, it’s something I’d like to take a look at.”

NES Remix is available now for Wii U from the Nintendo eShop. NES Remix 2 will be available to download tomorrow, 25 April.


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