Super Paper Mario, Drill Dozer And Mega Man 7 Debut In North America

Posted: Jun 17 2016, 1:30am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 17 2016, 1:32am CDT, in News | E3

Super Paper Mario, Drill Dozer and Mega Man 7 Debut in North America
  • Release date of Super Paper Mario, Drill Dozer and Mega Man 7 Announced

Paper Mario color splash, Drill Dozer and Mega Man 7 will be released soon on virtual consoles.

The three historic and fan favorite games are going to be released on virtual console this year. This announcement was made by Nintendo today at E3. These will be available on Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Wii U. So hurry up and book your new Super Paper Mario, Drill Dozer and Mega Man 7 today.

Drill Dozer was released for the first time in 2006 on Gameboy advance. In this game players help the daughter of red Dozers bandit grand, Jill get all the red diamonds. These diamonds are all taken by an opposing family gang while Jill goes on a mission to retrieve all of them. It will now be available on Wii U for $7.99.

Mega Man 7 on the other hand was first released on Nintendo on September, 1995. Mega Man shows the adventures of saving Dr. Wiley who is captivated by a rival gang and the problem he faces due to his enemies. Mega Man’s latest edition will bring forth robot Masters and many exciting fights. It will be available for Nintendo 3Ds and will be sold for $7.99.

The third game that is getting a released date is Super Mario. Super Paper Mario was first released in 2007. It is a 2D game where Mario’s can actually flip a door to go in a 3D environment. Mario will be able to take help from Pixl fairies to learn more trick and throw things far away. Mario will be able to use Boomer as bomb and Thorley to Ground Pound. It will be available for Wii in $19.99.

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