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Wii Shop Channel Gets One Classic and One Wiiware Title

by Rainier on March 2, 2009 @ 5:11 a.m. PST

Nintendo added a classic and one WiiWare title to the Wii's Shop Channel. Wii owners with online access can redeem Wii Points to download: Family & Friends Party (Wiiware), and Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (VC).

WiiWare

Family & Friends Party (Gammick Entertainment, 1,000 Wii Points):

Have fun with all your friends and family as you take on some very exciting challenges. This is an interactive board game for as many as eight players of all ages. The goal is to be the first to complete a series of challenges. During each turn, a challenge will be played by one or two players per team depending on the type of challenge you’ve been given. (Other players on your team can still help and support you). There are six different “Single” challenges that must be played cooperatively by members of the same team. Family & Friends Party can also suggest “Versus” challenges, which must be played competitively by all teams at the same time.

1-8 players, Rated E for Everyone.

Virtual Console

Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (Super NES, 800 Wii Points):

It’s up to you to defeat the Empire. It’s been nearly a quarter of a century since the Zetegenian Empire first conquered the Kingdoms of Zenobia with a wrath of fear and bloodshed. You are the leader of a band of rebels who’ve fought to preserve the last shred of honor in this desperate time of treachery. Manage the ranks of a full-blown rebel army, complete with hundreds of characters, magic items, weapons and mystical Tarot cards. You must succeed in ousting the evil usurpers—your fate, and that of the entire population, depends on it.

1 player, Rated E for Everyone.

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