VC/WW Japan (Tuesday, April 7) * The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo 64, 1 player, 1,200 Wii Points) * Space Invaders (Virtual Console Arcade, 1 player, 500 Wii Points) * Evasive Space (1-4 players, 1,000 Wii Points) * Adventure Island: The Beginning (1-2 players, 1,000 Wii Points) * Puzzle Bobble Wii (1-2 players, 800 Wii Points) * Minna de Puzzle Taisen Shanghai Wii (1-4 players, 800 Wii Points)
VC/WW Europe (Friday, April 10) * Bubble Bobble Plus -- WiiWare -- 800 Wii Points * Equilibrio -- WiiWare -- 500 Wii Points * Family & Friends Party -- WiiWare -- 1,000 Wii Points
VC/WW North America (Monday, April 13) (6:02:57 PM) OMG its Feely: what were this week's VC (6:03:31 PM) JamesEarthquake: Sega Genesis Pitfall (6:03:44 PM) JamesEarthquake: and "Party Fun Pirate," a badly-timed WiiWare game (6:04:16 PM) OMG its Feely: or excellently-timed (6:04:24 PM) OMG its Feely: I think it's time everyone remembered that pirates can be fun (6:04:38 PM) JamesEarthquake: the pirate lobby PR people work quickly (6:04:55 PM) JamesEarthquake: we're not ALL murderous Somalis (6:05:04 PM) OMG its Feely: some are lovable scamps! (6:05:08 PM) JamesEarthquake: Don't let the actions of a few spoil our yo-ho-hoing good time (6:05:31 PM) OMG its Feely: parties are not always equal to decapitating white people (6:06:14 PM) JamesEarthquake: but they should be! LOL j/k we love white people and parrots (6:06:40 PM) OMG its Feely: especially parrots
Wii North America (Tuesday, April 14) - Escape the Museum - Samurai Shodown Anthology
Guns & Roses Rock Band DLC (Wednesday, April 15; 200 points each) * "Chinese Democracy" * "Better" * "Street of Dreams" * "If the World" * "There Was a Time" * "Catcher in the Rye" * "Scraped" * "Riad N' the Bedouins" * "Sorry" * "I.R.S." * "Madagascar" * "This I Love" * "Prostitute"
Wii Europe (Friday, April 17) - CID: The Dummy - Rock Band: Song Pack 2 - Skate City Heroes
I found this information on the character...not much, but it's something... The third playable character of the game, Paine, makes her debut in an article in V-Jump, a popular Japanese gaming magazine.