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Written by Matt "snorkle256" Nolan   
Monday, 04 August 2008

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Today's Wii Ware has some surprisingly negative undertones, if you can spot them.  However, It is quite overshadowed by the M rating on one of the Virtual Console releases.

Wii Ware

Wild West Guns
1-2 Players - Rated T - 1000 Points - Gameloft

In the Gold Rush days, danger awaits at every corner! Any environment component is a potential point awarding target… use your cowboy instinct! Test your accuracy and swiftness in multiple targeting: hit multiple targets in a row and make combos! Targets can be objects, animals, or bad people. Identify your enemies among the characters you encounter: beware not to shoot at innocent citizens! As targets or enemies appear in front of you, adjust draw speed and precision: point and shoot to earn more points. Explore the environment to discover which elements will earn you more points as you shoot them. You can aim at anything… break windows, destroy chariots, break lamps etc. Not everything will award you points.

Virtual Console

Sonic The Hedgehog
Sega Master System - 1 player - Rated E - 500 Points - 1991

MD_Sonic_the_Hedgehog Based on the original Sega Genesis version, Sonic The Hedgehogwas re-created as the first Sonic game for the Sega Master System. Not just a straight port, this version includes new stages, bosses, some different zones and a level map. The most noticeable difference, however, is that the Chaos Emeralds have to be found within certain stages other than the Special Stages. Dash through six Zones (including special zones that were only available for the Sega Master System version) and face Dr. Eggman (a.k.a. Dr. Robotnik) at the end of every Zone.

Sega Genesis - 1 player - Rated M - 800 Points - 1992

Splatterhouse_2_gameplaySPLATTERHOUSE  2  is the sequel to SPLATTERHOUSE, released only on the Sega Genesis. A few months after escaping from the first mansion in SPLATTERHOUSE, the main character, Rick, once again encounters the Terror Mask and must use its powers to rescue his beloved Jennifer. Rick will need to punch, slash, smash and even chainsaw his way through a haunted mansion against unspeakable horrors and terrifying bosses to make it out alive.



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