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Submitted by Cat 2247d ago | review

Eurogamer Review: WiiWare Roundup

Eurogamer takes a look at a handful of WiiWare titles: "The long-awaited debut of WiiWare finally puts Nintendo in direct competition with Microsoft and Sony in the realm of downloadable original software. They've certainly started strongly, with developers like Frontier and Square both helping to expand our expectations of what a downloadable game can offer. But this latest addition to the Wii arsenal also works to the detriment of the Virtual Console, a service which has long been blighted by arbitrary pricing and often baffling selections. Will Nintendo be able to keep charging 800 Wii Points for less-than-stellar SNES games when just a few hundred points more can purchase something like LostWinds?" (Dr Mario, Dr. Mario & Bacteria Extermination, Star Soldier R, Toki Tori, TV Show King, Wii) -

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