With WiiWare launching right around the corner. Most of you must be wondering what titles will be launching and how many points each title will cost. To find out, come inside and have a look.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life As King
Square Enix, 1 player, Rated E for Everyone – 1,500 Wii Points
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life As King, is a simulation game. You take control of a young king whose village is in shambles, and it is your goal to rebuild it. How you rebuild it defines what happens in the game and what adventures, mysteries, and challenges, you will uncover.
Frontier Development, 1-2 players, Rated E for Everyone – 1,000 Wii Points
Lost Winds is a refreshing title for the Wii that puts you, the player, in total control over the wind. As the game progresses you have the ability to shape the wind with the Wiimote and be able to create peaceful breezes and powerful destructive tornadoes. With that power you will help Toku glide and defeat enemies as he adventures through the many platforming levels.
T.V. Show King
Gameloft, 1-4 players, Rated E for Everyone – 1,000 Wii Points
TV Show King transforms your Wii and entertainment center into a real life quiz show. You’ll face up to 3,000 different quiz questions within six different categories of questions. A great Party game to compete against your friends and family, to see who is smart enough to make out like a bandit in “virtual” cash prizes.
Defend Your Castle
XGen Studios, 1-4 players, Rated E for Everyone â€“ 500 Wii Points
A game where you have to defend your castle from hoards of invaders. Flinging them off your castle and sending them flying off to there demise. As you progress you can trade in the points you get from vanquishing the invaders for power ups. Those power ups range from fortifying your defense, to learning power spells to wipe out more enemies.
Nnooo, 1-4 players, Rated E for Everyone – 700 Wii Points)
Use your Wiimote to pop bubbles before the timer runs out. It’s a race to score as many points as you can with your you popping techniques. Easily enjoyable by many people, as you get more advanced in your popping placement you can create chain reactions and gain combo score multipliers.
VIP Casino: Blackjack
High Voltage SoftwareÂ®, Inc., 1-4 players, Rated T for Teen â€“ 700 Wii Points
Recreating the casino experience on the Wii. Play Blackjack with many colorful and animated players as well as a realistic Las Vegas dealer. Single players can play to try and come out on top as a Blackjack expert winning tons of virtual cash. A great party game to go head to head with friends and family to have some fun Blackjack Tournaments.
So of all the possible WiiWare titles, what will you be getting at when they launch? I’m looking forward to Defend Your Castle, although, I could just go play a flash game of the same concept.