VC Europe (Friday, October 17) * Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition -- Mega Drive -- 800 Nintendo Points * Mayhem in Monsterland -- Commodore 64 -- 500 Nintendo Points* * Space Harrier -- Master System -- 500 Nintendo Points
VC/WW North America (Monday, October 20) * Tetris Party (Tetris Online, Inc., 1-6 players, 1,200 Wii Points) * The Incredible Maze (Digital Leisure Inc., 1 player, 500 Wii Points) * Digital Champ Battle Boxing (TurboGrafx16, 1 player, 700 Wii Points) * Gradius II Gofer No Yabou (TurboGrafx16 CD-ROM, 1 player, 900 Wii Points)
Wii North America (Tuesday, October 21) * Wii Music * SpongeBob: Nicktoons Globs of Doom * Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?: Make the Grade * Penny Racers Party: Turbo Q Speedway * Rock University Presents: The Naked Brothers Band The Game * Carnival Games: Mini-Golf * Disney Sing It * Petz Rescue Wildlife Vet * Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009 * Think Fast * Barbie Horse Adventures: Riding Camp * Spider-Man: Web of Shadows * Circus Games * High School Musical 3: Senior Year DANCE * The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon * Dancing with the Stars: Get Your Dance On! * Backyard Football 2009 * Naruto: Clash of the Ninja Revolution 2 * Build a Bear Workshop: Fur Seasons
Originally posted by KJames199* Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009
Is this the second game to use the balance board? It looks.....just dreadful.
Sorry, late to the party on this one. My wife just found out about this game today and we want to see what it's like. Gotta agree, the graphics look pretty terrible, but I can live with that if the exercises are decent. My main concern is that I have seen several complaints about the gameplay controls. Just curious to see if anyone here may have played/seen it yet. So far, I am leaning towards not getting it.
"As you may have read in Robert Parker's Wine Newsletter, 'Donaghy Estates tastes like the urine of Satan, after a hefty portion of asparagus.'" Jack Donaghy, 30 Rock
Fans of Final Fantasy style RPGs. should look into picking up Lost Odyssey. It's a fantastic game with a surprisingly well-told and emotional story. It's not innovative or anything, but it's definitely good if you like traditional Japanese RPGs.