Retail (Tuesday) - Cabela's Monster Buck Hunter (with Top Shot gun peripheral) - Dance Sensation! - Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love
Rock Band DLC (Tuesday) - Jimi Hendrix: Up From the Skies - Jimi Hendrix: Spanish Castle Magic - Jimi Hendrix: Wait Until Tomorrow - Jimi Hendrix: Ain't No Telling - Jimi Hendrix: Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix: If 6 Was 9 - Jimi Hendrix: You Got Me Floatin' - Jimi Hendrix: Castles Made of Sand - Jimi Hendrix: She's So Fine - Jimi Hendrix: One Rainy Wish - Jimi Hendrix: Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix: Bold As Love - Jimi Hendrix: Valleys of Neptune
WW (Wednesday) - Grill-Off with Ultrahand (WW, 80 Club Nintendo coins)
I think I have enough Club Nintendo coins for that Ultrahand thingy. Not sure it will be worth bothering, though.
Apparently the WarioWare DIY Showcase is meant mainly for playing your created WarioWare games on your Wii. You get some additional WarioWare games with it, but I don't know if they're the same as the DSi ones.
I've gotten the impression that the WiiWare Wario games are identical, but I don't know for sure. It's enough to stop me from paying for it until I find out, since I just bought DIY (which BTW is AWESOME).
I'm so happy to see Ogre Battle 64 up on the Virtual Console. It's one of those games that didn't sell well in the U.S. but was among the best games for the system. Trying to find an actual copy now is an expensive undertaking, and not worth it since my N64 sits in storage somewhere. Now I can play it for $10. A steal, indeed.
This week's Nintendo Weekly show was painful to sit through. I normally am among the minority that enjoys them, because sometimes they do a better job selling the product than any commercials or trailers can, but a long-ass subtitled interview with one of the Japanese developers of WarioWare was not exactly riveting stuff.
It is real-time, which is another reason why you have to be able to devote a lot of time to it. The most satisfying weapon sound is when you take a bowling ball and take out 5 or so zombies like bowling pins.