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Written by Thomas "CigDangle" Balistreri   
Friday, 18 January 2008

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Nintendo only released two titles for the Wii Virtual Console this week:  1080°: TenEighty Snowboarding and Riot Zone.  It is nothing to write home about, but I suppose it is something.

1080°: TenEighty Snowboarding
N64 - Single or Multiplayer - Rated ??- 1000 Points - 1998

Offering one of the most accurate and accessible snowboarding simulations around, this 1998 Nintendo 64 classic will get your boarding skills up to scratch! Featuring six huge courses to explore and all loaded with the perfect places to pull more than 25 stunning stunts and tricks, fans will be pulling off spins and grabs in no time as they head down the slopes. With six different modes available ranging from head-to-head races to Time Attack modes and places to practice your skills, 1080°: TenEighty Snowboarding will take you to the heart of the action with its impressive 3D graphics and atmospheric soundtrack. Providing the perfect wintry package to enjoy from the warmth of your living room, download 1080°: TenEighty Snowboarding today for 1000 Wii Points.


Riot Zone
TurboGrafx-16 - 1 Player - Rated E12+ - 800 Points - 1992

Get ready for the TurboDuo arcade-style beat ‘em up Riot Zone! Battle your way through the streets of New York as vigilantes Hawk and Tony and take on the henchmen that try and stand in your way. Set to a rousing soundtrack, get ready to rock out as you face the challenges ahead. Riot Zone is available to download now for 800 Wii Points.


Again, there is nothing spectacular this week, but enjoy, nonetheless.



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