More Sega, Hudson classics Wii-bound
ESWAT, Crack Down, Legend of Hero Tonma, and World Class Baseball all in the works for Nintendo's Virtual Console.
SIDEBAR: The Virtual Console catalog continues to swell with retro games, and Sega and Hudson have given gamers a heads-up on some of their upcoming offerings.
Sega has announced a pair of Genesis games from 1990 set for re-release on the Wii "soon." In addition to the adventure game Crack Down (no relation to the Xbox 360 title), Sega is prepping the 1990 Rolling Thunder-esque action game ESWAT: City Under Siege. Each game is expected to sell for 800 Wii points ($8).
Meanwhile, Hudson has confirmed two more TurboGrafx-16 games for Virtual Console release by the end of the month. The company is readying the 1989 sports game World Class Baseball and the 1991 side-scrolling action title Legend of Hero Tonma. Those games will each sell for 600 Wii points ($6).