One thing I really like about the WiiWare service is that for every poorly made title released, there are some really neat products coming not long after. Cave Story, the Bit.Trip series, Super Meat Boy, and Mega Man 10 exemplify that the little-indie-service-that-could can bring games to compete with the likes of Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network.
Frobot (WiiWare, PC, Mac)
Pretty much the premise alone is a seller. You play as the titular robot, Frobot, with a penchant for lady robots and disco. Five of his special girls are kidnapped, and he needs to traverse a bunch of disco-flavored dungeons to bring them back. The visuals are funky, and the music is, too, if a little repetitive. However, the whole game does come across as very "disco" in feeling, and calls into question why more games don't try to play with this '70s flair.
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