The GBA classic is now available to purchase on Wii U.
Fans of Capcom’s classic Blue Bomber might not have a great many new games to look forward to these days, but at the very least they can still enjoy the plethora of titles that Capcom released for him over the years. And to the company’s credit, it has been making it very easy for fans to enjoy even the more obscure entries in the canon. They just released The Misadventures of Tron Bonne for PlayStation Classics; this week’s release is far more popular and less obscure: Mega Man Zero 2 is now out on Wii U Virtual Console.
The game was originally revealed for the Gameboy Advance, and can be bought off the eShop for $7.99. It’s a direct sequel to the original Zero game, and also features a return of the traditional stage selection and progression structure from earlier Mega Man games.
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