Nintendo's downloadable content update sees a return of the virtual console after a two-week absence, along with two WiiWare games and a DS title. Of the two Wii updates, Overturn and Sexy Poker, the latter stands out, as the M-rated game was effectively banned in Australia due to nude content. Gameloft's strip poker game features six manga-inspired female competitors who now lose only their outerwear--including nurse outfits, police and sports uniforms, and business wear--if the player wins. The game costs 500 Wii points ($5).
Shifting from flesh to metal, Studio Zan's Overturn is a mech-based arena fighter that takes advantage of the Wii Balance Board and online competitive play. Players can choose to control one of eight different robots in six single-player tournaments and play in two-player or four-player online battles. The knock-'em-sock-'em title costs 800 Wii points ($8 ).
On the Virtual Console, this week's 1987 football-sim Tecmo Bowl is the first VC release since the July 13 update of Secret Command and Pulseman. The 600-Wii-point ($6) pigskin title sports two-on-two matchups, solo play, and difficulty adjustment.
Rounding out this week's additions is Nintendo's Art Style: precipice for the DS, following up on the DSi release of Art Style: ZENGAGE on July 20. In precipice, players must climb stacked cubes while dodging falling bricks that leave an ominous shadow where they're about to land. The title has a price tag of 500 DSi points ($5).