Jason Trent with GoozerNation says: "We've seen a recent resurgence of classic-style games lately. Mega Man 9 released on Wii ware almost almost a year and a half ago, and since then, it appears that developers are taken with the idea of offering gamers an experience that is both old and new. After Mega Man 9 saw critical and financial success, developers became more willing and eager to hearken back to the days of yester-decade. Mega Man 10 has since been announced, Dark Void 0 was released on Wii Ware along side its Next Gen counterpart, and even No More Heroes 2 has included elements from vintage games. It's official: bump mapping is out and sprites are in. Is this a style that gets better with age?"