* Elevator Action (NES®, 1-2 players, 500 Wii Points)
* Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts (Super NES®, 1 player, 800 Wii Points)
* Sword of Vermilion (Sega Genesis, 1 player, 800 Wii Points)
whoops, didn't mean to report it. Sorry about that.
But on topic... Bring on Super Metroid!
Much appreciated :)
I was about to go off on you cause there were no other articles before mine... lol. But yea, Super Metroid would have been nice. Still waiting for one of the big Square Enix RPGS
I gave you positive feedback to make up for it.
did you ever play SECRET OF EVERMORE, and did you like it? my brother is so waiting for them to release that on the Wii. it was a pretty decent game.
SECRET OF EVERMORE was one of my favorite Snes games ever! Great RPG.
I hope they do bring it to the virtual console before I get a wii.
personally, nintendo needs to lower their VC pricing a bit since psone titles can be had for the same, if not cheaper pricing. reference NES's HOCKEY for 500pts, aka $5.
it's the only thing i have against the wii. i don't mind paying that price for certain games, but others are just... i dunno, a little overpriced
Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts!!
Secondly the price of the VC games are right on. There is no overpricing. Sure you can buy the old classics for your old system. Not everyone has the old system nor wants it. If you have the old system and get the game there is a nice chance it still won't work. Some will work if you do the blow the cart thing. The system may be on the last legs and you'll have to buy a new one and new games. Don't forget about controls for the systems and everything with it. So you are paying for a convince of playing all the old games with no nuances you never thought of. Overpricing on VC does not exist
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