Wii North America (September 25, 2007) - Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party - Hot Wheels: Beat That - Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire - Balls of Fury
I'd suggest that DDR might be worth trying, but I tried it on the PS2 and my dance mat has been collecting dust for months. I can't wait until next year, when my Wii Balance Board can collect its own dust.
VC North America (September 24, 2007) - Kirby's Avalanche (Super NES, 1-2 players, 800 points) - Streets of Rage 3 (Sega Genesis, 1-2 players, 800 points) - Legend of Hero Tonma (TurboGrafx16, 1-2 players, 600 points)
Kirby's Avalanche (or Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine, or Puyo Puyo, or Puyo Pop, or BUBBIES) is one of those games where I get all excited to see it, and I rush out to buy it, and then I just never play it. Then I get a new system, and it gets a version of the game, and I get all excited, rush out and buy it, and never play it. And then I get a new system... so yeah, I'll probably download this. Not because I really want it, but because I am stupid.
I was excited about the e-Reader add-on for the GBA when it first came out, because it had a ton of potential. It still does, but it's barely been used by Nintendo themselves (Clu Clu Land or Urban Champion are not what I'd call system-sellers)