Hudson has always been a big Nintendo supporter, and that tradition is continuing on Wii. The company already has tons of Virtual Console games and a few original Wii titles out, but it looks like WiiWare will be their main focus. All of Hudson's offerings for the service seem to have some sort of Wifi integration, and a few of them have Mii support as well. And with the average WiiWare price point (with the exception of Crystal Chronicles) being between 500 and 1000 points, some of these look like sweet deals.
Read on to find out more about the six revealed WiiWare titles.