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.
"Why not simply give gamers what they want?" Because Nintendo throws stuff against the wall and often we find out we wanted it all along and never knew it. Zelda ("An action RPG with tons of puzzles!")