TWIN: Final Fantasy I hits Nintendo Wii VC

Final Fantasy NES

This Week in Nintendo (TWIN) has one of the first RPG titles to grace the NES.  That’s right, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy hits the VC this week for the great price of 500 points.  When it came to RPG’s in the 80’s there were only two; Dragon Warrior and Final Fantasy.  Now you can complete 50% of the 80’s RPG titles with today’s announcemnet of Final Fantasy.

Virtual Console

FINAL FANTASY
Original platform: NES
Publisher: SQUARE ENIX
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Mild Fantasy Violence
Price: 500 Wii Points
Description: The world lies shrouded in darkness. The winds die. The sea rages. The earth decays. But the people believe in a prophecy, patiently awaiting its fulfillment. “When darkness veils the earth, four Warriors of Light shall come….” After a long journey, four young travelers did at last appear, and in the hand of each was clutched a crystal.

Nintendo DSiWare

Thorium Wars
Publisher: Big John Games
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E10+ (Everyone 10 and Older) – Fantasy Violence
Price: 1,000 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: In Thorium Wars, you must stop the Thorions, a super species of Thorium-based machines, from destroying mankind. Blast through waves of Thorions by controlling an arsenal of tanks, skyfighters, hovercrafts, gunboats and starfighters with either the standard or touch-screen controls. In 12 exciting missions, navigate through a variety of combat environments while viewing 360 degrees of the battlefield, fully rendered in 3-D. Toggle between first- and third-person views to destroy the terrifying army of Thorium beasts, from swarms of Redeye Drones to the bone-crushing Manticore Walker. This man-versus-machine battle proves to be the ultimate test for the survival of the fittest.

WiiWare

Word Searcher
Publisher: Digital Leisure Inc.
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Price: 500 Wii Points
Description: You’ll need a sharp eye and a quick mind to complete 100 themed word-search puzzles. Word Searcher contains fun words from multiple categories including anatomy, world cities and U.S. presidents. With a huge assortment of subjects to choose from, there’s sure to be a puzzle for everyone to enjoy. Help improve your vocabulary, memory and problem-solving skills with these engaging puzzles. Track and try to beat your own play-through times again and again—words are scrambled every time you play.

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Readers Comments (4)

  1. The Wii is an abomnation……… And it should have been destoryed, along with it’s creator.

  2. abomination…. *clears throat*

  3. Alex :

    The Wii is an abomnation……… And it should have been destoryed, along with it’s creator.

    Alex, you’re correct. I feel the Wii was an effort to reach into the non-gamers and introduce a new concept. Well done Wii. But we gamers know it’s the last of 3 consoles we’d prefer to play and less to own.

    Mario Kart Wii is fun tho :/

  4. That is exactly my view… I guess, I am a right-wing die hard gamer…. Or, an “elitist” *The crowd cries jerk!!!!* Yeah…. I know lol.

    I see the wii as an invasion from the old and the non skilled…. lol… Oh and for some a lame excuse of fitness… :/

    To support/encourage the wii… Is….. Like…

    Do you really want this as your Gamer “poster child” ?

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