Nintendo DLC: Final Fantasy Mystic Quest and stuff

 

I remember someone telling me to try Final Fantasy Mystic Quest when I was younger. They knew that I was  into RPGs and liked Final Fantasy, so they thought it was a good recommendation. I suppose it was, but at the time I wasn’t feeling it. It wasn’t until later, when I revisited that Super Nintendo cart, that I appreciated how simple and fun this game was. It’s been awhile, but now I can revisit this game via the Virtual Console release. Today Final Fantasy Mystic Quest hits the Wii for 800 points. 

There’s other stuff that I kind of feel bad about grouping into its on paragraph. But not too bad. ThruSpace (800 Wii Points) is a puzzle game that sounds like it requires good reflexes. I do not have these. Happy Holidays Halloween (500 points) is a Halloween card generator. There’s stickers!

On the DSiWare front, Snapdots (500 DSi Points) is a puzzler that has you shooting blocks from a UFO to create pictures. Armada (500 points) puts you in command of an aircraft carrier, fueling fighters and copters in missions. I’m not going to insult you by trying to explain what Tic-Tac-Toe (200 points) is. Finally, Music on: Playing Piano is a 200 DSi Point piano sim that teaches you 15 popular songs.

What are you getting today?

 

I remember someone telling me to try Final Fantasy Mystic Quest when I was younger. They knew that I was  into RPGs and liked Final Fantasy, so they thought it was a good recommendation. I suppose it was, but at the time I wasn’t feeling it. It wasn’t until later, when I revisited that Super Nintendo cart, that I appreciated how simple and fun this game was. It’s been awhile, but now I can revisit this game via the Virtual Console release. Today Final Fantasy Mystic Quest hits the Wii for 800 points. 

There’s other stuff that I kind of feel bad about grouping into its on paragraph. But not too bad. ThruSpace (800 Wii Points) is a puzzle game that sounds like it requires good reflexes. I do not have these. Happy Holidays Halloween (500 points) is a Halloween card generator. There’s stickers!

On the DSiWare front, Snapdots (500 DSi Points) is a puzzler that has you shooting blocks from a UFO to create pictures. Armada (500 points) puts you in command of an aircraft carrier, fueling fighters and copters in missions. I’m not going to insult you by trying to explain what Tic-Tac-Toe (200 points) is. Finally, Music on: Playing Piano is a 200 DSi Point piano sim that teaches you 15 popular songs.

What are you getting today?

Dale North