Nintendo is moving past the Japanese WiiWare launch games with something “new” for the world this week. However, Cocoto Fishing Master is only new to Wii owners. The downloadable game is a budget PlayStation 2 to Wii port where catching fish is the key to saving the world. Neku Entertainment is only selling the game for 700 Wii Points ($7) and it looks like some modes from the PS2 version like the multiplayer mini-games are being taken out. They have to save something for Cocoto Fishing Party.
The other WiiWare game is Block Breaker Deluxe, an upgraded cell phone game from Gameloft that blends Arkanoid with trendy nightclubs for 800 Wii Points ($8). Arguably more interesting than both of the WiiWare titles this week, is the Neo Geo version of Samurai Shodown. Victoly costs 900 Wii Points ($9), but if you wait a few months you can save money by purchasing Samurai Shodown Anthology.
Images courtesy of Neku Entertainment.