I ask this because if you noticed the GBA VC titles they announced for the Wii U, they distinctly stated: Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island. This is of course the same version the Ambassadors received on our 3Ds. But as you likely know the Wii never saw a VC release of the SNES original. Speculation is that this was due to a chip in the cartridge which is more difficult to properly emulate. Even still, SNES emulators on the system run the game just fine. Why then will the Wii U being seeing this game on the GBA before its original sysem, unless it would seem that again the SNES version isn't going to see release. Do you think this is really the case? If so why? Surely the Wii U should be capable of proper output of the SNES original one would think.