WiiWare hooks Water Warfare, Reel Fishing Challenge

Summertime often conjures up seasonal outdoor activities like swimming, fishing, and water-gun fights. With this week's WiiWare updates, gamers can mimic these seasonal activities with games ranging from 500 to 800 Wii points ($5-$8 ), all of which will be available starting today for download.In...

by

Summertime often conjures up seasonal outdoor activities like swimming, fishing, and water-gun fights. With this week's WiiWare updates, gamers can mimic these seasonal activities with games ranging from 500 to 800 Wii points ($5-$8 ), all of which will be available starting today for download.

In Hudson Entertainment's Water Warfare, up to eight players can arm themselves with water guns for first-person squirter action. The game also accommodates single-player missions and matches against the CPU and costs 800 Wii points ($8 ).

Fishing is often a solitary endeavor, and Natsume's Reel Fishing Challenge attests to this fact, offering only a single-player mode. In mission mode, virtual fishermen can discover new types of fish. Alternatively, players can choose to play at their own pace using free play mode. Reel Fishing Challenge offers numerous fish and claims to sport lifelike fish animations. The game has a price tag of 500 Wii points ($5).

Rounding out this week's WiiWare updates is Agetec's puzzle game Silver Star Reversi. The game features both single- and multiplayer modes and lets players choose from five different computer opponents. The game costs 500 Wii points ($5).

For the Virtual Console, Sega's 1987 arcade game Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa is available for download. Players are sent to the Fantasy Zone to prevent world domination by an evil mastermind in this side-scrolling shoot-'em-up. The game costs 500 Wii points ($5).

Lastly, this week's Nintendo DSiWare is Hudson Entertainment's SuDoku Master. The game offers 150 puzzles that allow players to work their way up from rookie status to the zenith of Sudoku Master. The game is offered for 500 DSi points ($5).

Discussion

9 comments
kavadias1981
kavadias1981

Can we get a few more VC console games please. The well hasn't dried up yet but the flow certainly seems to have.

Terran499
Terran499

Even some of the big games they refuse to put out. Wheres the origional super mario cart?

Harerazer
Harerazer

Sega's not giving up any Saturn or Dreamcast games, I don't think, so they can repackage them in "Sonic's greatest Games You Already Have" collections. I'd love to have Dragon Force or Guardian Heroes up there even tho my Saturn still runs fine.

metalisticpain
metalisticpain

I know, Why dont they release a slew of virtual games... theres so many 64 classics still to be released. The rate is so slow i dont even bother checking for a month

Terran499
Terran499

only 1 virtual title. thet have all those systems and they can only put out 1. Nintendo is on their way to garbage

ohjtbehaaave
ohjtbehaaave

Come on.... cut the BS already and give us Sega Bass and Marine FISHING from the Dreamcast!!!! While your at it Give us the Sega Virtua Cop games!!!! Let's GO!!!!!

philonious_matt
philonious_matt

Summertime often conjures up seasonal outdoor activities like swimming, fishing, and water-gun fights. With this week's WiiWare updates, gamers can mimic these seasonal activities with games ranging from 500 to 800 Wii points ($5-$8 ), all of which will be available starting today for download.

In Hudson Entertainment's Water Warfare, up to eight players can arm themselves with water guns for first-person squirter action. The game also accommodates single-player missions and matches against the CPU and costs 800 Wii points ($8 ).

Fishing is often a solitary endeavor, and Natsume's Reel Fishing Challenge attests to this fact, offering only a single-player mode. In mission mode, virtual fishermen can discover new types of fish. Alternatively, players can choose to play at their own pace using free play mode. Reel Fishing Challenge offers numerous fish and claims to sport lifelike fish animations. The game has a price tag of 500 Wii points ($5).

Rounding out this week's WiiWare updates is Agetec's puzzle game Silver Star Reversi. The game features both single- and multiplayer modes and lets players choose from five different computer opponents. The game costs 500 Wii points ($5).

For the Virtual Console, Sega's 1987 arcade game Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa is available for download. Players are sent to the Fantasy Zone to prevent world domination by an evil mastermind in this side-scrolling shoot-'em-up. The game costs 500 Wii points ($5).

Lastly, this week's Nintendo DSiWare is Hudson Entertainment's SuDoku Master. The game offers 150 puzzles that allow players to work their way up from rookie status to the zenith of Sudoku Master. The game is offered for 500 DSi points ($5).