More Classic Nintendo Games Coming to the Wii U?

More classic titles may get HD remakes on the Wii U..

With the recent success of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD, it’s no surprise that Nintendo is considering the idea of re-releasing other favorite titles in high definition for the Wii U. These games would be part of the rumored “ReUmagined” series.

Shigeru Miyamoto, however, wants to make it clear that the company will not simply be improving the visual aspects of the games. Should the company go ahead with these plans, they will be implementing the use of the GamePad and other new variations to bring gamers a new way to experience classic titles. Supposedly, the “ReUmagined” series will be bringing seven N64 titles to the Wii U, including Super Mario 64.

Personally, I would be incredibly excited to see this happen. I’ve been dying to play Wind Waker in HD, and I can think of quite a few Nintendo 64 games that I’d also like to play in high definition. What about you guys? Are there any games that you’d like to see rereleased in HD for the Wii U? Personally, I’m quite partial to the idea of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask HD. That would pretty much make my life.

Published Oct. 25th 2013
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  • Ste Grainer
    Featured Correspondent
    I'm really hoping that they'll release the original SNES Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past on the Wii U virtual console as part of the promotion for the new DS Link to the Past sequel.
  • Ish Lewis
    Featured Contributor
    I really hope this is true I would love to see remakes of some of my favorite games from N64. Hoping that 2 of these games include Bomberman 64 and Majora's Mask because I missed out on Majora's Mask as a kid and still have never played it.
  • J Cole Miller
    I loved Bomberman 64 as a kid. Getting to play it again would definitely be awesome.

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