WiiWare microtransactions resonably priced for Mojipittan

The least talked about game out of the Japanese release schedule has been Mojipittan Wii. Since it’s like a Japanese version of scrabble it’s understandable why Mojipittan hasn’t been sitting in the spotlight. However, it does have microtransactions and it doesn’t take an Idolm@ster to know Namco Bandai loves selling extra content.

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The first piece of pay to play content for Mojipittan Wii is a 30 stage puzzle pack for 200 Wii Points ($2). That breaks down to 6 and 2/3 cents per puzzle, which when put that way doesn’t sound bad at all. If you’re playing the Japanese version and you probably aren’t it is ready to download now.

 

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