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One From the Old School: Classic Arcade Games Coming to Virtual Console [Wii]

by Alisha K.
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At this week’s Game Developers Conference, a number of incredible new (and old) additions were announced for the Wii’s downloadable game services, but the one that really gets me going is this: arcade titles will be added to the Virtual Console lineup. There’s just nothing like the classics.

space harrier arcade nintendo wii virtual console

Nintendo didn’t mess around with any of this fancy advance warning business, either; bam! The arcade additions were announced, and bam! You can already download a few via the Virtual Console. Here’s the list of games that have been announced:

  • Gaplus (Namco Bandai): 600 Wii Points (available now)
  • Mappy (Namco Bandai): 500 Wii Points (available now)
  • The Tower Of Druaga (Namco Bandai): 500 Wii Points (available now)
  • Starforce (Tecmo): 500 Wii Points (available now)
  • Space Harrier (Sega) (coming soon)
  • Solvalou (Namco Bandai) (coming soon)

[via The Tanooki]

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