Mega Man And An Unknown WiiWare Flavor

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Someday all of the NES Mega Man games will be on the Virtual Console. Today we’re halfway through them with the release of Mega Man 3. Mastering the Top Spin and making Snake Man squirm costs 500 Wii Points ($5).

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Virtual Toys, a Spain based developer behind Inspector Gadget Racing for the GBA, developed Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam for WiiWare. In this game you cook and serve odd customers like vampires, ninjas, and aliens. You can enter four restaurants and each has a different fast food speciality. Pick from hot dogs, hamburgers, Mexican, and pizza. However, how you play the game is somewhat of a mystery. This screenshot doesn’t tell us much either, but it looks like you point and click types of food to serve rather than play through a series of food preparation mini-games a  la Cooking Mama. If you want to take a risk Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam goes for 1,000 Wii Points ($10). Lastly, Gameloft is bringing Brain Challenge to WiiWare. This previously came out for the Xbox 360, but now you have Mii support and probably images of no Xbox 360 controllers. Like Yummy Yummy Cooking, Brain Challenge goes for 1,000 WiiWare points too.


Images courtesy of Capcom / Virtual Toys.

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