- two Tri Force Heroes themes (¥200 each)
- Ashley Halloween (¥200)
- three Adventure Time themes (¥200 each or ¥500 for all three)
- Jump Hero theme (¥100)
- two HoneyWorks feat. GUMI tracks (¥200 each)
- Orangestar feat. IA track (¥200)
- 40mP feat. Hatsune Miku track (¥200)
- two Icing on the Cake tracks (¥200 each)
- Thoma feat. Hatsune Miku track (¥200)
- koyori (Pol P Electric) feat. Hatsune Miku track (¥200)
- Tokugawa Period (¥200)
- a Neru track (¥200)
- a luz track (¥200)
- Nemuneko Halloween theme (¥200)
UPDATE - It appears that listings for Metroid: Other M and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword have also appeared.
The datamining continues and it's not just Zelda we're talking about. Now the snoopers have dug up an official listing for Super Mario Galaxy on the Wii U. Now keep in mind, this listing is very different from the Twilight Princess listing. This one seems to be tied to just a regular Wii release, via Wii U eShop rather than an HD remake.
Yesterday, we posted up a video feature taking a look at the rumor of an icon for 'The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess' on the Wii U eShop. It wasn't viewable in a traditional sense, but dataminers found the icon and spread the word. Now today, we've gotten even more information on the listing. Now there's a specific listing/number tied to the name, and we once again see the full 'The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD' name is listed. Looks like this rumor is getting much closer to the truth!
Next week's JP Wii U eShop releases - 99Moves (300 yen), Winds of Thunder (PCE VC, 823), Chu Chu Rocket (GBA VC, 702)...— Daan Koopman (@NintenDaan) October 14, 2015
...and Ganbare Goemon Gaiden: Kieta Ōgon Kiseru (FC VC 514).— Daan Koopman (@NintenDaan) October 14, 2015
Next week's JP 3DS eShop releases - Bloo Kid 2 (300 yen) and Mystery Solved: Escape From The Maze (500)— Daan Koopman (@NintenDaan) October 14, 2015
I've left systems on to save a game. That's how things were back in the day when you couldn't save certain games. Thing is, I would leave systems on for a couple hours. The fan above says he's kept on his SNES for 20 years in order to retain his save file on Umihara Kawase. Anyone think this claim is the real deal?