<p>Happy days, Nintendo fans, looks like we'll be getting some classic GameCube titles via the Switch's Virtual Console.</p><p>For those who are a little unsure, the Virtual Console is a built-in system to a lot of Nintendo's consoles which allows you to buy and download classic titles for a reasonable price.</p><p>Eurogamer's reputable sources confirmed that three titles are definitely coming to the Switch via its Virtual Console - Super Mario Sunshine, Luigi's Mansion, and Super Smash Bros Melee.</p><p>What still remains a little up in the air is what form the Switch's Virtual Console will take. Unlike its previous service - where you had to buy the game again if you switched platforms - it may act the same way as the Wii U where you can 'upgrade' the game for a small fee.</p><p>Apparently the GameCube version of Animal Crossing is also in development with tests currently being run. As we all know the game contained a bunch of little goodies we'd love to be able to take with us on the move.</p>The laughter of the goodnights died away. Anne and Gilbert walked hand in hand around their garden. The brook that ran across the corner dimpled pellucidly in the shadows of the birches. The poppies along its banks were like shallow cups of moonlight. Flowers that had been planted by the hands of the schoolmaster's bride flung their sweetness on the shadowy air, like the beauty and blessing of sacred yesterdays. Anne paused in the gloom to gather a spray.
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