Major League Eating takes a bite out of E3 week

Is Nintendo going to derail hype from Microsoft’s press conference with a killer list of WiiWare / Virtual Console games? No, unless you’ve been waiting to play Major League Eating: The Game. Mastiff’s realistic competitive eating game includes all the fun of gorging hot dogs and belching with online play over Nintendo Wi-Fi. The 1,000 Wii Points ($10) spent on the game goes towards licensing flesh and blood competitive eaters, a first for the world of video games and possibly the last.

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This week’s Virtual Console releases aren’t any more exciting. Donkey Kong 3 lets you shoot the iconic simian with bug spray for 500 Wii Points ($5) and Ninja Commando’s humorously translated storyline costs 900 Wii Points ($9).

 

Images courtesy of Mastiff.


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