There is no word yet on if Pokemon Snap will come to the Wii U Virtual Console in other regions.
For those unaware, Pokemon Snap sends players on a virtual trip to Pokemon Island where they go on a safari to take pictures of Pokemon in their natural habitat. Things like weather effects, environmental considerations, and the shyness of some Pokemon makes snapping pictures trickier than you’d imagine.
After snapping shots of Pokemon in the wild, players send them to Professor Oak, who judges the photos on the basis of size, pose, technique, and the number of creatures captured.
The new Wii U version of the single-player game supports GamePad, Classic Controller Pro, or the Wii U Pro Controller (via Game Informer).