We've been updating you weekly on the Nintendo DLC releases for a long time now, but I didn't realize that the Wii has already seen 500 downloadable releases. It's official this week. Hats off to Nintendo for continuing to bring out content for gamers.
The original Super Smash Bros from the N64 makes it onto the shop this week for 1,000 Wii Points. I don't know how well it has aged, though. The Arcade version of Ninja Gaiden (600 points) has probably aged better.
As for WiiWare, Eco Shooter: Plant 530 (1,000 Wii points) lets you save the world with a "recycle cannon," while Pallurikio brings some puzzle action for the same price. TV Show King 2 (800 points) lets you get your quiz on, and Happy Holidays Christmas lets you make holiday e-cards for friends.
Hot and Cold: A 3D Hidden Object Adventure is seriously a thing for DSiWare. Classics UNO and Dragon's Lair (both 800 Wii Points) are more my speed. High Stakes: Texas Hold ' Em comes out for you gamblers. Lastly, myNotebook: Green comes from a publisher with the best name ever: Nnooo.
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