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A pair of Game Boy Advance titles have popped up on the OFLC. The Australian ratings board has added in entries for Klonoa: Empire of Dreams as well as Mr. Driller 2. Given the two ratings, they’re likely for the Wii U Virtual Console.

Gargoyle’s Quest II: The Demon Darkness has been rated by the OFLC. That should hint at a new Virtual Console release, though Capcom hasn’t made any official announcements as of yet. Since the Game Boy version of Gargoyle’s Quest II never launched outside of Japan, OFLC’s rating likely pertains to the NES version.

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The Denpa Men 3 looks to be heading west. OFLC rated “The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll” earlier today, hinting at an upcoming announcement from Genius Sonority. We were previously told that The Denpa Men 3 localization is something that Genius Sonority had been interested in, so this news isn’t too surprising.

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Castlevania: Dracula X has been rated by the OFLC. What does that mean exactly? Well, the rating may signal a future release for the game on the Virtual Console.

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Sayonara Umihara Kawase appears to be heading to Australia, and probably other PAL territories as well. A rating for the title popped up in the OFLC database today. Agatsuma Entertainment, developer of the game, is listed as publisher.

Back in October, Natsume announced plans to release Sayonara Umihara Kawase in North America as “Yumi’s Odd Odyssey”. But this new OFLC filing indicates that the game will launch with its original name in PAL territories, and Agatsuma will handle publishing responsibilities by itself.

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Super Dodge Ball has been rated by the OFLC. Technos Japan is listed as the game’s author, meaning the classification likely pertains to a Virtual Console release. I imagine we’ll be seeing it soon enough!