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Return Dad to His College Days (without tapping the keg)

Dads across America have graciously accepted the usual necktie, pair of
> socks or coffee mug since the holiday began in 1909.
>
>
> Yet one gift that's surely treasured by everyone is *something from their
> childhood*, a chance to relive memories and escape into those carefree hours
> where time didn't seem to exist.
>
>
>
> But you don't need to scrounge through Saturday garage sales or online
> auctions for dusty old systems.
>
>
>
> The *Virtual Consol *on the Nintendo Wii enables dad to relive those days
> gone by and *Wii Points *cards can be bought for only $5, $10 or $20....
> some things to consider:
>
>
>
> ** Temco Bowl* - hard to underestimate how many guys played this in dorm
> battles during college... great way for dad to reconnect with his college
> days *without tapping the keg... *
>
>
>
> ** Dads and Kids* - dads are always looking for ways to do something fun
> with their kids - and it's a neat way to re-experience these classics
> *through
> the new eyes of a son or daughter... *
>
>
>
> ** Historical Significance *- these games are being seen by historians as
> modern art forms and important social catalysts - *something that helped
> propel our society into the Computer Age...*
>
>
>
> ** Six Consols in One *- the Virtual Consol is like having *six game systems
> within the Wii*... NES, Super NES, Sega Genesis, TurboGrafx (early Japanese
> consol), Nintendo64, TurboGrafx-16
>
>
> Maybe you would be interested in some WiiPoints to try some of the games
> yourself? There is also a *classic controller *that you can *plug into the
> Wiimote*, so you can play the games wirelessly... which is actually really
> fun, you download the games right into the Wii itself...
>
> I've pasted in a (somewhat giant) list of all the Virtual Consol games
> below, and a little about when they first came out, the number of Wii
> Points, etc.
>
> Well, thanks again for glancing through everything, and please write or call
> anytime (913.642.5767) if I can help with anything...
>
> Thanks again!!
> Rob
> -----------------
>
> *Shockman*
>
> *Originally released on **TurboGrafx16, 1992**
> Wii Points: 600 *
>
> It's been two years since Arnold and Sonya were made into Shockmen. A
> message from the professor to return to their bodies has them head to his
> laboratory, but they are ambushed by a mysterious enemy along the way. After
> narrowly defeating the enemy, they catch a TV news flash announcing the Ryo
> Empire invasion. They find that the professor has been abducted and set out
> to rescue him. *Shockman* is a side-view action shooter that has eight
> stages, including Action Stages, where you jump and use special techniques,
> and side-scrolling Shooting Stages. This game expands on the well-paced
> story from the previous version and contains cooperative elements like
> shared life and a powerful Team Shockbeam that can be used during two-player
> simultaneous play.
>
>
>
> *The Legend of The Mystical Ninja*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES, June 30, 1992**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> In *The Legend of The Mystical Ninja*, take control of Kid Ying and Dr. Yang
> in an action adventure through feudal Japan. A curse has stricken the
> village of Horo-Horo, and its beloved princess has vanished. Together Kid
> Ying, a daring young mystical ninja, and Dr. Yang, master of the invincible
> spirit transformation, must overcome 10 levels of the Dragonbeast to save
> Princess Yuki. Each stage contains intense 3-D and 2-D zones where the duo
> must perform dozens of attack moves and solve magical problems and puzzles
> before advancing. Battle humorous enemies like the Carp Meister, who stuns
> victims with poisonous fighting fish, Tanaka-U-Out, a knockout artist who
> wallops opponents with a bone-crushing hammer, and the Sumo Tag Team, kings
> of the unbeatable belly-buster crunch. Collect coins to buy new equipment
> and to receive clues, spend some time playing minigames in the arcade or try
> your luck and increase your fortune at the Quiz House and Horse Races.
>
> * *
>
> *Castlevania*
>
> *Originally release on NES, May 1, 1987**
> Wii Points: 500*
>
> Step into the shadows of the deadliest dwelling on Earth. You've arrived at
> Castlevania, and you're here on business: to destroy the curse of the Evil
> Count, once and for all. Make your way through six monstrous floors filled
> with bats, ghosts, zombies and every kind of ghoulish creature you can
> imagine. Use the legendary whip Vampire Killer and a host of deadly weapons
> to battle your way to Dracula's chamber and the ultimate duel of good vs.
> evil.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Battle** Lode Runner*
>
> This upgraded edition to the famous Lode Runner series includes a 5-player
> versus mode. Gold funds have been stolen from the Time Machine Research
> Center, and the group responsible used a time machine to escape and hide the
> gold throughout time. The center sends an elite team of "Runners" to go and
> retrieve the gold.
>
> In addition to the familiar Puzzle mode, the game features Battle mode,
> where up to 5 players can compete, and Edit mode, where you can create your
> own original stages. You can enjoy Battle mode in a number of different
> ways. Be the last one standing to win in Survival. Grab items from enemies
> and escape to win in Escape. With 4 players, you can separate into two teams
> to do battle in Tag Match.
>
> * *
>
> *Wonder Boy in Monster World*
>
> *Originally released on Genesis, November 1991**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Monster World was a peaceful, happy place until one dark day when an army of
> BioMeka monsters invaded. As a young man named Shion, you've vowed to defeat
> the hostile foes and make the land peaceful again. You'll attack enemies
> with swords and spears and guard against incoming projectiles with shields
> and armor. As you travel through the many different regions of Monster
> World, you'll talk to the townspeople, collect money to buy items, and
> gather a large variety of weapons and magic. The further you venture, the
> more powerful your weapons and equipment, including suits of armor and
> boots, will become.
>
>
>
> *Gradius III*
>
> *Originally released on SNES, August 1991**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Return as the pilot of the Vic Viper starfighter to battle the onslaughts of
> the Bacterion Empire. Blast through 10 action-packed levels in space,
> destroying everything in your path. Customize and power up your ship with
> weapons and upgrades including speed-ups, missiles, lasers, options, and
> shields.
>
>
>
> *Virtua Fighter 2*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, 1996**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> *Virtua Fighter* was the very first 3-D fighting game in the industry and
> introduced six unique characters, each with their own martial arts style. In
> *Virtua Fighter 2*, the intrepid fighters return to the World Fighting
> Tournament. Players take to the stage to see who will claim the championship
> title. Will it be Lau Chan, Kage-Maru, Wolf Hawkfield, Jeffry McWild, Akira
> Yuki, Jacky Bryant, Sarah Bryant or Pai Chan? The answer lies within.
> Players immerse themselves in this technically challenging game and see if
> they have what it takes to be the champion of the second World Fighting
> Tournament.
>
>
>
> *Punch Out! Featuring Mr. Dream*
>
> *Originally released on NES, August, 1990**
> Wii Points: 500*
>
> As young boxer Little Mac, players have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to
> battle the big guys of the World Video Boxing Association circuit. Take them
> on one by one, starting with skinny Glass Joe. Battle up through King Hippo
> and all the way to the WVBA Champion himself. Players use their best jabs,
> hooks and power uppercuts to knock out opponents, but must pay attention to
> subtle changes in their body position to dodge jaw-breaking blows. With
> great graphics, addictive action and a touch of humor, this game will keep
> players entertained for hours.
>
>
>
> *Bonk's Revenge*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx-16, 1991**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> The "hardheaded" hero is back for more in the second installment of the Bonk
> series. Taking place in the Monster Kingdom, Bonk the Caveman makes his way
> toward King Drool III. *Bonk's Revenge* is a side-scrolling action game in
> which players Jump and "Bonk" (head-butt) their enemies while they make
> their way to the goal at the end of each stage. Double, even triple, attack
> power by eating the meat that appears in a stage. There are eight different
> hidden bonus stages, and the Dinosaur Train that appears after players
> defeat a boss will change depending on how many Smileys they've collected.
> With new actions such as the Triangle Jump and the ability to climb trees,
> as well as seven variety-packed stages, *Bonk's Revenge* will keep players
> playing over and over.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle*
>
> *Originally released on Genesis, February 10, 1989**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> When King Thor was kidnapped, his son, Alex Kidd, held out hope that his
> father would return to their kingdom on Planet Aries. Finally, it was
> revealed that he was being held captive on Planet Paperock. As Alex, players
> race to his rescue through 11 levels, battling enemies and avoiding
> obstacles while winning coins that will buy special items and vehicles. At
> the end of each level, players encounter a boss and enter into a match of
> "Rock, Paper, Scissors." Throwing the right symbols puts players ever closer
> to bringing King Thor home; throwing the wrong symbols squashes them beneath
> a heavy weight.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Galaga*
>
> *Originally released on NES, September, 1988**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> Players control their fighters, with their unique ability to combine with
> other fighters and shoot down the invading aliens. Aliens attack in
> formations using a variety of attack patterns. Rescue a captured fighter to
> combine with it, forming a Dual Fighter with twice the firepower. Earn
> Perfect Bonuses more easily by using a Dual Fighter on the Challenging
> Stages. *Galaga* was released in 1981 and became an instant classic with its
> innovative fighter-combination system and varied enemy attack patterns.
>
>
>
> *Bravoman*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx-16, September, 1990**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> The village of Nitta has been invaded by the army of Dr. Bomb, an evil
> scientist who is plotting to take over the world. Facing this crisis is
> Bravoman, who received his powers from Alpha Man to stand up against Dr.
> Bomb in the name of justice. The village of Nitta consists of 22 stages -
> action stages that take place on the ground and shooting stages that take
> place underwater. Action stages use a unique control system in which the
> height of a jump and the distance of an attack changes depending on how long
> players hold down the button. Players collect the Luck Symbols that appear
> when they defeat enemies and give them to Lottery Man to get recovery and
> power-up items. Stop Dr. Bomb and bring peace to the village of Nitta and
> the rest of the world.
>
>
>
> *Star Fox 64*
>
> *Originally released on Nintendo(r) 64, July 1, 1997**
> Wii Points: 1,000*
>
> Players take the controls of their Arwing and complete 15 missions to reach
> the final objective: a showdown on Venom, the home planet of the
> interplanetary tyrant, Andross. Throughout the adventure, players have to
> accomplish challenging objectives in order to reach and conquer every
> mission. Skim over the surface of an alien sea, weave through the concrete
> canyons of a futuristic metropolis or dodge planetoids the size of
> mountains. Between missions, players will be treated to real-time 3-D movies
> that progress the story of the Star Fox team of space mercenaries in their
> struggle against the evil ape emperor, Andross.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Dragon's Curse*
>
> *Originally Released on TurboGrafx-16, August 1990**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> After defeating the Mecha Dragon in the depths of the Dragon Castle, the
> wounded beast casts a spell on the hero, turning him into an ugly creature.
> To return to human form, he must find the Salamander Cross, which can break
> any curse. This side-scrolling action role-playing game is nonlinear,
> allowing players to venture freely. Collect gold and items while upgrading
> equipment and powering up stats. The hero starts as Lizard-Man but, upon
> defeating the dragon bosses, is changed into other creatures such as
> Mouse-Man, Piranha-Man, Tiger-Man and Hawk-Man. Each creature possesses
> distinct abilities such as the ability to fly, swim, walk on ceilings or
> cling to walls. Players use each creature's special skills to widen your
> search for the Salamander Cross and bring the hero back to his human form!
>
>
>
> *Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles*
>
> *Originally released on NES, June 1989**
> Wii Points: 600*
>
> Cowabunga! Players take control of the turtles in a half shell and rescue
> reporter April O'Neil from the clutches of the evil Shredder. Battle against
> the Foot Ninja Clan as Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Donatello and Raphael with
> their trademark weapons and ninja abilities. Search through five stages and
> dozens of areas throughout the New York City sewers, rooftops and ultimately
> Shredder's Technodrome to save April. Players must scarf down some pizza to
> keep up their energy, as they'll need it to defeat Shredder. Turtle Power!
>
>
>
> *Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: The Wall of Fire*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES(r), January, 1995**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> *Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV* is a tactical simulation game in which
> the player takes the role of a ruler seeking to unite China in the era of
> the three kingdoms of Wei, Wu and Shu. The role of the ruler is to command a
> range of officers with differing characteristics - some cunning strategists,
> others brave warriors - and strengthen the military might of his or her
> kingdom. Foreign policy, involving forming alliances with certain kingdoms
> and hatching plans to weaken others, will play a major role in this process.
> Once players have developed a powerful enough military, it will be time to
> expand their borders through military conquest. Ultimate victory will only
> be achieved once all 43 cities in China lie within a player's control.
>
>
>
> *Splatterhouse *
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx-16, August, 1990**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> Rick and Jennifer, both parapsychology students at the local university, are
> visiting West Mansion, site of the research lab where the famed Dr. West
> conducted some of his most gruesome experiments. A sudden storm forces them
> to find shelter inside the mansion. Once inside, they are attacked by
> monsters! Jennifer is kidnapped and Rick is knocked unconscious! Hours
> later, Rick awakes to find himself covered in blood with the Terror Mask
> stuck to his face. His only hope is to depend on the ancient powers of the
> mask to give him the strength and courage to find Jennifer. Now Rick's fight
> has begun! Splatter your way through 7 stages of side-scrolling horror
> action. Armed with cleavers and shotguns, Rick must fight his way through
> the monsters of West Mansion and defeat the bosses at the end of every
> stage. The creepy music, gruesome monsters, flying blood, gory action, and
> shocking events leading up to the finale will keep you on the edge of your
> seat!
>
>
>
>
>
> *Beyond Oasis*
>
> *Originally available for Sega Genesis, December, 1994**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> You are Prince Ali, who has discovered a buried gold armlet. This armlet
> once belonged to a wizard who waged a long war against the evil wielder of a
> silver armlet. The silver armlet was used to create chaos and destruction,
> while the gold armlet had the power to summon four spirits: the water spirit
> "Dytto," the fire spirit "Efreet," the shadow spirit "Shade," and the plant
> spirit "Bow." To stop the person who has discovered the ancient silver
> armlet and is once again using it for evil, Prince Ali travels the land of
> Oasis, gradually acquiring the ability to summon the four spirits. Use your
> wits and speed to claim the silver armlet!
>
>
>
> *Excitebike*
>
> *Originally released on NES, October, 1985**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> Face crazy curves, hairpin turns, and daredevil jumps as you race toward the
> checkered flag and the *Excitebike *championship. Race against the clock or
> challenge an opponent. You must keep your bearings as you fly through the
> air, and avoid getting clipped by other racers. Stay cool under pressure or
> your bike will overheat. If you get tired of racing on the circuit, create
> your own course in Design mode. There you have access to all the ramps,
> mounds, bridges, and other obstacles *Excitebike* has to offer.
>
>
>
> *Double Dungeons*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx16, June, 1990**
> Wii Points: 600*
>
> *Double Dungeons* is a dungeon role-playing game that features
> smooth-scrolling 3-D game play. Two players can play at the same time, which
> makes this game truly stand out from the rest. There are 22 unique
> scenarios, spread out among six levels. The higher the level is, the harder
> the scenario. Because each scenario is independent, players can choose to
> start the game from any scenario other than the final one. Players defeat
> monsters in each dungeon to gain experience while searching for the "key"
> that opens the door to the room with the boss. They buy equipment at the
> shop, team up with characters and defeat the boss to clear a scenario.
> Players must conquer all 21 scenarios from levels 1 through 5 to obtain
> passwords. If they obtain all of them, they make their way to the final
> scenario!
>
>
>
> *Tecmo Bowl*
>
> *Originally released on NES, February, 1989**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> *Tecmo Bowl* pits the player versus the computer in 11-game,
> single-elimination playoff action. Players also can go head-to-head with a
> human opponent in action or coach mode. The player can select from 12 teams.
> On offense there are usually two run and two pass plays to choose from. The
> player takes control of the quarterback before the snap and then either
> hands off to the running back or works through his receiver progression from
> the top to the bottom of the screen. Defense consists of trying to guess
> which offensive play the opponent will select and then taking control of one
> of the defensive players before the snap. A very simple power-meter system
> is used for kicking field goals, extra points and punts.
>
>
>
> *Sonic Spinball*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, November 15, 1993**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> Dr. Eggman (aka Dr. Robotnik) has taken over Mt. Mobius and turned it into a
> mechanical base. He is using energy from the magma flowing under the volcano
> to power his Veg-O-Fortress. He has the power to transform helpless animals
> into robots. Sonic the Hedgehog must take down this fortress to free the
> enslaved animals. The only way to make that happen is to trigger an eruption
> in the volcano it's built on. Sonic knows this can be done by removing the
> Chaos Emeralds that keep the volcano stable. Dr. Eggman, however, is also
> aware of the fragile relationship that exists between the emeralds and the
> mountain, and he's set up an elaborate Pinball Defense System to make sure
> the precious jewels don't go anywhere.
>
>
>
> *Sword of Vermilion*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, December 31, 1990**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> *Sword of Vermilion* is about the role of Erik's son, who takes on a quest
> of revenge to defeat Tsarkon and free the world of Vermilion from evil. In
> the town of Excalabria, the people went about their business and tended to
> the fields. One day, vicious fighting broke out everywhere as the army of
> Cartahena, led by the wizard-king Tsarkon, swarmed all over the town. The
> townsmen were overwhelmed. The castle of King Erik V collapsed. Erik
> summoned his bravest, strongest and most faithful warrior, Blade, and gave
> him his infant son and an ancient family heirloom, the ring of wisdom. He
> ordered Blade to save himself and the child while the castle burned. Blade
> traveled to a small village named Wyclif, where he settled down and raised
> the child as his own son. Eighteen years later, the son of Erik begins his
> quest. Save the world of Vermilion and fulfill the prophecy of the Malaga
> fortune-tellers!
>
>
>
> *Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts*
>
>
>
> The third game in the legendary *Ghosts 'n Goblins* series of video
> games, *Super
> Ghouls 'n Ghosts* follows Arthur in another quest to rescue the princess,
> his fair maiden and damsel in distress at large. Players take control of
> Arthur and defeat the creatures of the night to save the day once more.
> Discover what glory awaits those brave enough to take on the armies of *Super
> Ghouls 'n Ghosts*.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Elevator Action*
>
> *Originally released on NES, on August 1987**
> Wii Points: 500*
>
> This is a multidirectional, scroll-type spy-action game that is a blast from
> the past. Control a spy and sneak alone into a building to steal the secret
> papers hidden there. Use a pistol, kicks, an elevator and even the lights to
> take out the building's guards. The gun-fighting action is full of thrills.
> Players will need speed and timing to get on the elevators, move between
> floors, steal the secret papers and escape from the basement parking lot.
>
>
>
> *Chew Man Fu*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx-16, July 1990**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> A novel action-puzzle game set in the sacred towers taken over by the evil
> sorcerer, *Chew Man Fu*. It's up to you as an apprentice female monk to free
> the towers and lift Chew's curse to bring peace and fried rice back to the
> land once ruled by the Egg Roll Dynasty. The rules are simple! Your
> objective is to clear each round by pushing or pulling four colored orbs
> onto their matching colored tiles. Beware the sorcerer's minions in the
> tower who stand in your way! Kick the orbs to take your enemies out or to
> break down walls! Overcome the obstacles and place the orbs on their
> respective tiles! *Chew Man Fu *also features the 2-player Kick Ball
> minigame, as well as an Edit Mode for creating your own unique stages! The
> fun is endless!
>
>
>
> *Bio-Hazard Battle*
>
>
>
> An army of biogenetic mutants has gone haywire, terrorizing the world and
> putting the future of the planet in jeopardy. In *Bio-Hazard Battle*, it's
> up to you to take on the mutant menace and restore order and harmony to the
> planet Avaron before it's too late! Through eight levels of intense action,
> you'll be up against some of the nastiest, most vile creatures you've ever
> seen, including things like mega amoebas, nuclear crabs, electroworms, and
> gut-grabbing insects. You have four different Bioship fightercraft to choose
> from, each with unique handling capabilities and weapons systems. Hop into
> your fightercraft and save Avaron from certain doom in Bio-Hazard Battle.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Legend of Zelda, the Ocarina of Time*
>
> *Originally released on Nintendo 64, November 23, 1998**
> **Wii Points: 1000*
>
> *The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time* reveals the genesis of the fantasy
> land of Hyrule, the origin of the Triforce, and the tale of the first
> exploits of Princess Zelda and the heroic adventurer Link. Vibrant,
> real-time 3-D graphics transport you into the fantasy world of Hyrule. Your
> quest takes you through dense forests and across wind-whipped deserts. Swim
> raging rivers, climb treacherous mountains, dash on horseback across rolling
> hills, and delve into dungeons full of creatures that fight to the finish to
> put an end to your adventures. With immersive graphics, a sweeping story
> line, swashbuckling adventure, mind-bending puzzles, and a touch of humor,
> *The
> Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time* is one of Nintendo's most epic challenges
> ever.
>
>
>
> *Streets of Rage*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, December 31, 1990**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> The city was once a happy, peaceful place...until one day, a powerful secret
> criminal organization took over. This vicious syndicate soon had control of
> the government and even the police force. The city has become a center of
> violence and crime where no one is safe. Amid this turmoil, a group of
> determined young police officers has sworn to clean up the city. Among them
> are Adam Hunter, Axel Stone and Blaze Fielding. They've decided to put their
> lives on the line and take back their city through their special
> hand-to-hand combat abilities. They are willing to risk anything, even their
> lives, on the Streets of Rage.
>
>
>
> *New Adventure Island*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx16, June 1992**
> Wii Points: 600*
>
> On peaceful Adventure Island, the islanders are celebrating the wedding of
> Master Higgins and Tina, the "Miss Island Queen." Suddenly, the celebration
> is interrupted by the appearance of Baron Bronsky and his henchmen, who
> kidnap Tina and the island children. Master Higgins must set out to rescue
> the children and his beloved Tina in this side-scrolling action game. Throw
> hatchets and boomerangs, hop on skateboards and guide Master Higgins safely
> to the goal in each area. *New Adventure Island *consists of seven exciting
> stages. Each stage is split into four areas, with a boss waiting at the end
> of the final area. Defeat all the bosses and release the kidnapped children.
> And waiting in the castle of the final stage - the wicked Baron Bronsky.
> Help Master Higgins defeat him and reclaim his bride.
>
>
>
> *Donkey Kong Country*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES(r), November 25, 1994**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> *Donkey Kong Country* is an incredible island adventure, and the first game
> to feature Donkey Kong's sidekick, Diddy Kong(r). Challenged by the crazed
> tribe of reptilian Kremlings, the Kongs face their cunning adversaries armed
> with lightning-quick moves, chest-pounding muscle and awesome aerial
> acrobatics. The duo also gets help from a host of friends and family, from
> Funky Kong™, Cranky Kong™ and Candy Kong™ to Rambi™ the rhino, Expresso™ the
> ostrich, Enguarde™ the swordfish, Squawks the parrot and Winky the frog.
> This game has more than 30 levels, plus dozens of hidden caves and secret
> rooms - more than 100 areas in all. Help the Kongs recover their stolen
> banana hoard!
>
>
>
>
>
> *The Legend of Kage*
>
>
>
> *Originally available on NES(r), August 1, 1987**
> Wii Points: 500
> *
> This classic ninja-action game first appeared in arcades in 1985 and became
> instantly popular. As the Iga ninja named "Kage," players embark on an
> action-packed quest as they move toward a magic castle where the Princess
> "Kiri" is held captive by "Yohshirou Yukikusa." To stay alive, players move
> vertically and horizontally through forest and castle environments and
> execute massive jumps, all the while using throwing-star knives and a sword
> to take down hordes of enemies.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Kid Icarus*
>
> *Originally released on NES, August, 1987**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> In a time when men and gods lived in harmony, the kingdom of Angel Land was
> ruled by two goddesses: Palutena, the Goddess of Light, and Medusa, the
> Goddess of Darkness. Unlike Palutena, Medusa despised all humans and enjoyed
> destroying their crops and turning them into stone. One day, Palutena
> decided to punish the evil Medusa and banished her after turning her into a
> hideous monster. But Medusa would not go without a fight. She created an
> army of monsters and evil spirits and captured Palutena. Players play as
> Pit, a young angel trapped in the Underworld, and Palutena's only hope. They
> use a magical bow to retrieve the Sacred Treasures, defeat Medusa and
> restore peace to Angel Land.
>
>
>
>
>
> * *
>
> *Ice Climber*
>
>
>
> *Originally released on NES, October, 1985**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> As Popo, players use a trusty mallet to work their way up the mountain. They
> chip away at the blocks overhead, then jump up through the resulting hole to
> the mountain's next level. Once Popo reaches the top level, he enters a
> fast-moving bonus stage in which he can pick up veggies and, hopefully,
> reach the summit for a big point payoff. Of course, not everyone's
> supportive of Popo's pastime. Toppies fill Popo's holes, so players must
> jump through the gaps quickly. It's easy to slip off some of the icy levels,
> as Polar Bears, Toppies and other ferocious fauna don't want players up
> there. There are 32 challenging peaks to scale – players can face them alone
> or with a friend.
>
>
>
> *Kirby's Adventure*
>
> *Originally released on NES, May 1, 1993**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> Not everything is well in Dream Land. For some mysterious reason, the Dream
> Spring, a magical well that is the reservoir for all the dreams of the
> citizens of Dream Land, is no longer working. Everyone is being subjected to
> their worst nightmares every time they go to sleep. Upon reaching the Dream
> Spring, Kirby finds out that evil King Dedede has stolen the Star Rod, thus
> depriving Dream Land of the magical energy that feeds its spring. Using 20
> unique tricks and the ability to steal enemies' powers by swallowing them,
> players have to make their way through a horrific land filled with all kinds
> of nightmares. Recover the broken pieces of the Star Rod and everyone in
> Dream Land will sleep peacefully once again. Fail and the citizens of Dream
> Land will be subjected to a lifetime of terrible nightmares.
>
>
>
> *Gain Ground*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, January 2, 1991**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> It's the 31st century, and science and technology have progressed to the
> point that the human race is approaching perfection: no war, no poverty and
> no conflict. With nothing to worry about, the human race seems destined to
> live forever in harmony. But what if Earth came under attack? By this point
> in time, people did not know how to cope with problems or conflicts, and had
> completely lost their survival instincts. In response to this, the United
> Earth Government created the Gain Ground system, a war simulator that would
> help humans rediscover their lost instincts. After several terrible
> malfunctions, the creators became prisoners in their own creation. Now it's
> up to players and two courageous comrades to go into the Gain Ground system,
> rescue their fellow humans and destroy the system. Players battle through
> different periods in history as they revive their survival instincts, while
> trying to live.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Vigilante*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx-16, October 1989**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> Brave the streets of New York City in this side-scrolling beat-'em-up game.
> Thugs kidnap the beloved Madonna, and it's up to players to become
> vigilantes. Players fight their way into enemy territory to get her back.
> Enemies attack with weapons like iron pipes, chains, guns and motorcycles.
> To fight back, players can punch, kick or use the "nunchaku" item that
> appears in the stage. Players must use each of the attacks effectively to
> defeat their enemies. To clear a stage, defeat the boss that waits at the
> end. Players fight their way through exciting stages that include the City
> Streets, Junkyard, Brooklyn Bridge and the Backstreets.
>
>
>
> *Super Mario World*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES(r), August 13, 1991**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> During a vacation in Dinosaur Land, Princess Toadstool gets kidnapped and a
> spell is cast on the inhabitants of the island. When they stumble upon
> Yoshi™, a young dinosaur, Mario™ and Luigi learn that Bowser is responsible
> for the terrible misdeeds. Now, all Yoshis are trapped in magical eggs that
> Bowser has hidden throughout seven castles. Many hidden paths aid Mario in
> making his way to Bowser's castle, completing 74 areas and finding all 96
> exits. Discover items, including a feather that gives Mario a cape that
> allows him to fly, or a flower that shoots fireballs in layers upon layers
> of 2-D scrolling landscapes. Players can even ride Yoshi and swallow their
> enemies.
>
>
>
> *Contra III: the Alien Wars*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES, April 1992**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> In the year 2636, the Alien War continues, and it's up to two soldiers,
> Jimbo and Scully, to put a stop to the alien invasion. The aliens have
> ravaged the Earth with their powerful organic and technological weapons.
> Players can join with a partner and battle through six stages of nonstop
> run-and-gun action. Collect power-ups, including bombs, flamethrowers,
> spread shots, lasers and machine guns to take out the aliens. Control Jimbo
> and Scully as they travel through war-torn cities, race on air bikes, ride
> missiles and ultimately break into the alien base to defeat the alien boss
> once and for all.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *Comix Zone*
>
> *Originally released on Genesis, January 1, 1995**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Sketch Turner is an artist in New York City. One day while Sketch is
> drawing, a huge thunderstorm strikes the city. A bolt of lightning hits
> Sketch's image and brings it to life. That image is Mortus, a megalomaniacal
> mutant who wants to become real and rule the earth. Mortus magically
> transports Sketch into the pages of his comic book so that he can end his
> creator's life and become real. Inside the comic book, Sketch meets General
> Alissa Cyan, who believes he is a superhero that came to save their
> post-apocalyptic world from the evil brought by Mortus's hand. Now that he's
> a comic book superhero, Sketch can really put the hurt on the bad guys.
> Instantly, Sketch can fight like a one-man mercenary platoon.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Bonanza Brothers*
>
> *Originally released on Genesis, May 16, 1991**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> Mobo and Robo Bonanza are enjoying their favorite television show when the
> picture crackles and the shadowy figure of a mysterious stranger appears on
> the screen. This figure asks them to collect certain items that he has
> placed inside various buildings to test his security force. If they return
> the items successfully, Mobo and Robo will be rewarded. The two of them
> state that they will get the job done in just three minutes. However, little
> do they know that each building is packed with security guards who will
> raise the alarm if they are caught red-handed. Fortunately both Mobo and
> Robo are equipped with bullets that can knock the guards unconscious for a
> few seconds. A huge reward will be given out if Mobo and Robo are
> apprehended. Help the infamous Bonanza Bros. infiltrate a number of
> different locations ranging from banks to mansions to casinos, and don't get
> caught.
>
>
>
> *Mario Kart 64*
>
> *Originally released on Nintendo 64, February 10, 1997**
> Wii Points: 1000*
>
> Put the pedal to the metal in this worthy successor to the Super NES(r)
> classic, *Super Mario Kart(r). **Mario Kart 64* boasts great graphics, tons
> of
> unique power-ups and a stunning 3-D version of the legendary Battle Mode.
> With improved courses and a revolutionary head-to-head four-player mode,
> *Mario
> Kart 64* is sure to win the heart of any race-driving fan. The game includes
> 20 different courses filled with dips, valleys, jumps, tunnels and bridges.
> Smooth, precise control – a trademark of all games from Mario creator
> Shigeru Miyamoto – will bring players back time and time again for
> freewheeling fun.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES(r), April 13, 1992**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> Return to an age of magic and heroes. When an evil magician named Agahnim
> begins kidnapping young maidens in Hyrule in a quest to break the
> imprisoning seal on Ganon, a young boy named Link is called upon to stop
> him. Link must venture into twisting mazes, dungeons, palaces and shadowy
> forests as he searches for the maidens and Princess Zelda. Traversing both
> Light and Dark Worlds, he must navigate eight dark dungeons, fighting evil
> enemies and huge bosses. Help our hero prevent Ganon and Agahnim from
> shattering Hyrule forever.
>
>
>
> *Moto Roader*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx, 1989**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> *Moto Roader* is a futuristic racing game that allows up to five players to
> compete against each other. Players use the cash earned when they win a race
> to power up their machine. Not only can they change the "TIRE" and "BODY" of
> their vehicles, but they also can add "SPECIAL" parts. Jump over tall
> obstacles with a "HOPPER" and blast past rivals at incredible speeds with
> "NITRO." What multiplayer game would be complete without attack items? Use a
> forward-launching "GRENADE" or a backward-dropping "BOMBER" to blow up and
> knock away rivals. Outmaneuver rivals in all eight heats to become the
> champion. Any combination of Wii Remote™ and Nintendo GameCube™ controllers
> can be used in multiplayer games.
>
>
>
> *R-Type III: the Third Lightning*
>
> *Originally released on SNES, August 12, 1994**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> It was believed on Earth that the deadly BYDO Empire had been destroyed -
> but now they've returned, as nasty as ever. Their ships and armies are more
> powerful than before, and Earth will surely be conquered unless the new R-90
> ship can destroy them. Powered with engines that launch it into different
> dimensions, and armed with the Round, Shadow and Cyclone Forces, the R-90
> has what it takes to wipe out the BYDO threat. The BYDO mother ship must be
> found and destroyed to entirely erase the species from our galaxy.
>
> *Xevious*
>
> *Originally released on NES, 1990**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> Players control their Solvalou ship and destroy the XEVIOUS forces. Fire the
> zapper missiles against air-based enemies and drop the blaster bombs down
> upon ground-based targets. Destroy Andor Genesis to earn bonus points.
> Unique enemies, interesting background music, a variety of vertically
> scrolling background environments and many hidden game play features
> differentiated *Xevious* from the other shooting games released at the time.
> Are you devious enough to beat *Xevious*?
>
>
>
> *Gradius*
>
> *Originally released on NES, December 1986**
> **Wii Points:* *500*
>
> Across the galaxy, there exists a distant planet known as Gradius. Gradius'
> peaceful existence has been brought to an end by an intense space invasion
> by a race known as the Bacterion. To save the planet, the hyperspace fighter
> Vic Viper has been deployed to fight the Bacterion invasion. Players pilot
> the Vic Viper through seven stages, shooting and dodging through deadly
> obstacles, while using various power-ups, including missiles, lasers,
> options and shields. The Vic Viper's target is the enemy fortress, Xaerous.
> The only way to end the war is to plunge deep through the enemy forces and
> destroy its very core.
>
>
>
> *Dungeon Explorer*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx, 1989**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> *Dungeon Explorer* is a multiplayer action/role-playing game where up to
> five players can play at the same time. The story takes place in underground
> dungeons. Players can choose from eight different character types: Fighter,
> Thief, Warlock, Witch, Bishop, Elf, Bard or Knome. Depending on the
> character, the types of magic, attack strength and movement will all vary.
> To survive, players must know all about their enemies' weaknesses. Players
> also must know about the special attributes of each magic spell and use them
> to their greatest advantage. In team-play games, working together is the key
> to victory. Any combination of Wii Remotes and Nintendo GameCube™
> controllers can be used in multiplayer games.
>
>
>
> *Solider Blade*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx, 1992**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> A new shooter in the "Star Soldier" tradition. Players play as an SIA
> (Special Interception Airforce) pilot flying the heavy assault fighter
> "Soldier Blade." Players face the Zeograd invasion force with weapon attacks
> that change each time they grab a power-up item. Players can unleash three
> different kinds of attack depending on the color of the power-up item. New
> features, such as the "Gunbody" option for avoiding enemy attacks and the
> "Burst Out" system (which has a different effect depending on the power-up
> level), add a strategic element that requires players to make snap decisions
> about which items to grab and when to use special attacks. Awesome boss
> battles await players at the end of each operation. Playing in "CHALLENGE"
> mode requires players to try to get as many points as they can in a limited
> amount of time.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Baseball*
>
> *Originally released on NES, October 1985**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> Play nine innings of fierce sandlot competition with classic NES graphics,
> featuring close-up and overview field perspectives. Players select a team
> and step up to the plate against a computer opponent or a friend. Players
> control the swing of the bat, the speed of the pitch, the hits, the steals
> and the double plays. Players hear the roar of the crowd as they hit a home
> run and race across the plate to score. Huge sports fans and classic video
> game enthusiasts will definitely enjoy this game.
>
>
>
> *Urban Champion*
>
> *Originally released on NES, August 1, 1986**
> **Wii Points: 500*
>
> Don't let the big, bad bully of the neighborhood push you around! Players
> fight for the right to walk the street. Hit him high or hit him low, but
> don't forget to dodge or block his punches - and watch for the manhole. If
> players fall, a shower of confetti will celebrate the enemy's victory … how
> humiliating. Players avoid being taken away by the police or bonked on the
> head by a flower pot in the fight to hold their head up high. Players can
> spar with the computer bully or a friend to see who's the toughest on the
> block.
>
>
>
> *Super Mario Brothers*
>
> *Originally released on NES, October 18, 1985**
> Wii Points: 500*
>
> One day, the Mushroom Kingdom was invaded by the Koopas, a tribe of turtles
> famous for their black magic. The quiet, peace-loving Mushroom People were
> turned into stones, bricks and even plants, and the kingdom fell into ruin.
> The only one who can undo the magic spell on the Mushroom People and return
> them to their normal selves is Princess Toadstool, the daughter of the
> Mushroom King. Unfortunately, she is in the hands of evil King Bowser.
> Mario, the famous plumber, learns of the Mushroom People's plight and sets
> out to free the Mushroom Princess from the Koopas and restore the fallen
> kingdom of the Mushroom People. Jump, kick shells and throw fireballs
> through eight action-packed worlds in this iconic NES classic.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *Street Fighter II: The World Warrior*
>
> *Originally released on Super NES(r), July 1, 1992**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> *Street Fighter II* defined gaming in the 1990s by revolutionizing the
> fighting-game genre. Regarded as one of the greatest games of all time,
> *Street
> Fighter II: The World Warrior* was the first release of the original *Street
> Fighter II* series. This game features the original eight world warriors,
> including Ryu, Chun-Li and Guile. Each character has his or her own fighting
> skills, speed, special moves and unique ending to make for a truly unique
> fighting-game experience. Players choose their own characters to become
> heroes in the *Street Fighter* universe.
>
>
>
> *Super Castlevania IV*
>
> *Originally released on **Super NES, December, 1991 **
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> In the peaceful country of Transylvania, there is a legend of an evil castle
> and its master, the Prince of Darkness, Dracula. Once every hundred years,
> the powers of good mysteriously weaken, and evil attempts to resurrect
> Dracula. It's up to the Belmont clan to take up the eternal fight against
> the vampire. Players take on the role of Simon Belmont, armed with the
> legendary whip, Vampire Killer, to defeat Dracula and his evil minions.
> Luckily, Simon has many additional weapons at his disposal, including axes,
> holy water, crosses, knives and even a magical stopwatch that can stop the
> flow of time for a spell. Simon must travel through 11 stages, beginning in
> the countryside, to reach Dracula's Castle, all the while overcoming
> perilous traps and hideous monsters. Only the power of the Belmonts can
> quell the looming darkness.
>
>
>
> *Toe Jam & Earl*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, March 12, 1992**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Toe Jam and Earl are two fun-loving aliens who accidentally crash on Earth
> when their spaceship collides with a meteorite. They must find 10 pieces of
> the spaceship so they can get back home to Planet Funkotron, but not all
> levels have the pieces. If there is a piece in a level, players receive a
> hint as soon as they arrive.
>
>
>
> *R-TYPE*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx, October 18, 1985**
> **Wii Points: 800*
>
> This is a completely faithful port - right down to the character details -
> of the famous shooting-game masterpiece *R-TYPE *. Destroy the POW armor and
> one of six different units will appear, which players can then use to power
> up the R-9. Equip Bits and obtain Laser Units to make the Force appear and
> to power it up. The Force can then be integrated into or separated from the
> R-9. Make the most of weapons, including the Reflecting Laser Beams,
> Air-to-Surface and Antiaircraft Lasers. Keep pressing the fire button to
> fire blasts from the Beam Cannon. Press and hold the fire button to charge
> the Beam Gauge, then release it to fire a devastating Wave Cannon blast. The
> longer players hold it, the stronger the blast. The ultimate highlights are
> the bosses that await at the end of each stage, including a stage that pits
> players against a giant warship.
>
>
>
> *Tennis*
>
> *Originally released on NES, October 18, 1985**
> Wii Points: 500*
>
> Players slam a serve, fire a blazing backhand and smash a forehand volley on
> their way to winning the victory cup. Players can choose between five
> different levels of difficulty, ranging from Beginner all the way up to
> Advanced. If players want to become true champs, they should be ready to
> show off their most brilliant lobs and most powerful smashes. Play a singles
> match or grab a partner for doubles, and then choose an opponent. Players
> control the moves in tennis action so intense, they'll almost believe
> they're at center court.
>
>
>
> *Space Harrier II*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis, May 29, 1988**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Fantasyland has been taken over by destructive forces, and a call for help
> comes from deep in the universe. Space Harrier is quick on the scene, armed
> with his laser, to defeat wave after wave of destructive forces through 12
> thrilling stages, with a dangerous boss waiting at the end of each round.
>
>
>
> *Military Madness*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx, 1990**
> Wii Points: 600*
>
> *Military Madness* is a futuristic simulation game that throws the player
> into the middle of a war on the moon's surface. The rules are simple, making
> it easy for newcomers to enjoy the thrills of this war-strategy game.
> Players can see easy-to-understand, detailed instructions from the Title
> screen. *Military Madness* is also turn-based, allowing players to devise
> their strategy before they move. To top it off, the units players have for
> each stage are already decided, allowing them to concentrate on commanding.
> Use the terrain and surround enemies to claim victory. Fight through all 16
> stages and thwart the enemy's ambitions!
>
>
>
>
>
> *Alien Crush*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx16**
> **Wii Points:* *600*
>
> *Alien Crush* is a fan-favorite pinball game that features a sinister sci-fi
> theme. Play through a two-level playing field that comes to life with
> pulsating alien creatures. Rack up a high enough score, clear the board of
> these extraterrestrials and discover secret bonus stages. The game features
> realistic pinball action, complete with a tilt function and two selectable
> soundtracks. Do you have what it takes to fight back against this alien
> infestation?
>
>
>
>
> *Ice Hockey*
>
> *Originally Released on NES*
> *Wii Points:* *500*
>
> *Ice Hockey* is hard-hitting, fast-action competition that re-creates all
> the excitement of the sport from face-offs to penalty shots. Players pass
> the puck and shoot to score while using defensive tactics, including fake
> shots and ice brawls to crush adversaries. It's up to the player to find the
> best strategy to win the game – finesse or power.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Gunstar Heroes*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis**
> Wii Points: **800*
>
> The Gunstar 9 planet was peaceful for many years until the vicious dictator,
> Colonel Red, kidnapped the Gunstar twins' older brother and used mind
> control to make him his slave. Players face many different enemies and
> bosses while battling to stop the dictator from unleashing "Golden Silver
> the Destructor" with apocalyptic consequences.
>
>
>
> *Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine*
>
> *Originally released on Sega Genesis**
> Wii Points:* *800*
>
> Dr. Robotnik is stamping out music and fun in Mobius with his giant
> robotizing Mean Bean Steaming Machine. Before he turns all the citizens of
> Beanville into robots, players must save the day by gathering up beans in
> matching colors and defeating Robotnik's guards.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Donkey Kong Jr.*
>
>
>
> *Originally released on NES, June 1986**
> **Wii Points:* *500*
>
> Based on the popular arcade game, *Donkey Kong Jr.* is the sequel to the
> immensely successful Donkey Kong. Play as Donkey Kong's son, Junior, and
> rescue your dad who has been kidnapped and imprisoned in a cage by Mario.
> Use your jumping and climbing abilities to clamber up vines and chains,
> gather vital fruit and keys, and open the cage to free your father. Make
> sure you avoid the pesky birds, nasty electric sparks, and creepy chompers!
> Four different worlds filled with numerous climbing and jumping puzzles
> await you in this timeless classic.
>
>
>
> *Victory Run*
>
> *Originally Released on TurboGrafx, 1989**
> **Wii Points:* 600 points
>
> The game is made up of 8 different Special Stages, including highways,
> deserts, savannahs, and coastlines. Cross the finish line within the
> allotted stage time (plus any extra time) to successfully clear each stage.
> If the total time elapsed is less than the set stage time, you can progress
> to the next stage. Parts such as tires, gears, engines, suspension systems,
> and brakes can be custom fitted to the car to suit each type of race.
> Driving on rough courses and hitting obstacles will cause damage to
> individual parts, so making repairs is key. This means that making the
> right choices when customizing parts is very important, and incorporates a
> great simulation element into the game. Race from Paris to Dakar, while
> replacing parts at checkpoints along the way, in the Victory Run rally game.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *Ristar*
>
> *Originally Released on Genesis, January 24, 1995**
> **Wii Points:* 800
>
> Greedy, an evil space pirate, has corrupted the kings of the Valdi System's
> seven planets and enslaved the people who live there. The plea for a hero is
> answered by Ristar, who uses his amazing extendable arms and courage to save
> Valdi from Greedy.
>
>
>
>
>
> *Columns*
>
> *Originally Released on Genesis, June 29, 1990*
> *Wii Points:* *800*
>
> Test your hand at the ancient Phoenician game of Columns. Multi-colored
> gems drop from the top of the screen into a pit. It is up to you to quickly
> arrange the order of the jewels into lines of three or more as they fall.
> If your gems pile up and reach the top, the game is over.
>
>
>
> *Golden Axe*
>
> *Originally released on Genesis, December 22, 1988**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Three mighty heroes have a score to settle with the evil Death Adder in this
> classic action game. As a powerful fighter, a female amazon, or a mighty
> dwarf, you'll fight through Adder's henchman with weapon and magic attacks,
> or ride the fearsome, fire-breathing beasts to your advantage
>
>
>
> *Ecco the Dolphin*
>
> *Originally released on Genesis, July 29, 1993**
> Wii Points: 800*
>
> Help Ecco the dolphin find his missing friends by exploring his vast ocean
> world. You must surface for air and keep an eye out for enemies as you
> search the depths. Ecco's unique sonar ability will give you helpful
> information from other sea creatures
>
>
>
> *Super Star Solider*
>
> *Originally released on TurboGrafx, 1991**
> **Wii Points: 600*
>
> *Super Star Soldier* is a classic, vertically scrolling shooting game. In
> addition to the NORMAL GAME, there are 2-minute and 5-minute Time Attack
> Modes, and a mode where high scores can be checked. A NORMAL GAME is made
> up of 8 different stages, and in each stage (except Stage 7), a boss awaits
> you at the end. The Special Attack Squad, led by the Mother Brain, has
> launched an all-out invasion of the Earth. Take your small-scale fighter,
> the Neo Caesar, with its arsenal of 4 regular weapons and 2 special weapons,
> and send them back where they belong!
>
>
>
> **
>

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