Wii North America (October 2, 2007) - NBA Live 08 - Spider-Man: Friend or Foe - MLB Power Pros - Dave Mirra BMX Challenge - Crash of the Titans - Balls of Fury - Hot Wheels: Beat That! - Ninja Bread Man
VC North America (October 1, 2007) - Sin and Punishment (Nintendo 64, 1200 points) - Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (NES, 600 points) - (No Mario's Super Picross? BOO)
VC Japan (September 25, 2007) - The Tower of Druaga (Famicom, 500 points) - Gradius III (Super Famicom, 800 points) - Landstalker (Mega Drive, 700 points)
VC Europe (September 28, 2007) - Gradius III (SNES, 900 Wii points) - Legend of Hero Tonma (Turbografx, 600 Wii points) - Sin & Punishment (N64, 1200 Wii points)
Oh yeah! Finally, we get the original NES Lost Levels. If you guys haven't played Super Mario All-Stars, you're in for a major treat. This is the original Super Mario Bros...on STEROIDS! Prepare to throw your controller in frustration! I can't wait!
VC Japan (October 2, 2007) - Esper Dream (Famicom Disk System, 1 player, 600 points) - Bare Knuckle III (Streets of Rage III, Mega Drive, 600 points) - Genpei Toumaden (Samurai Ghost, PC Engine, 600 points)
New Offer, aka "Nintendo Gives You More Free Shit"
For anyone in Canada or the U.S. that didn't see the little blue light on their Wii this morning; Nintendo is offering a protective cover for the Wiimote in their new shipping cases. If you bought your Wii anytime beforehand and thus have no protective jacket, Nintendo will happily give you one for free (nintendo.com)!
All you need is your Wii serial number and the number of remotes (up to 4).
Which one should I get? I asked the "Sports Game Guy" via Twitter and he replied: @MPDamon @JayJayDean Wow that is #toughdecision. Positive is you can't go wrong with either. Both are outstanding and both have super high replay.