Let's get down to first things first, Nintendo definitely found a truly classic overlooked game to use for their final update of 2008. The final Virtual Console game to be released in 2008, featuring the time travelling adventures of a boy who formerly fought to save the Argonians with a yo-yo, is none other than 1994's "Star Tropics II: Zoda's Revenge"! As someone who has played through the game, nearly to the point of completion, I can fully reccomend this title as something that is immediately worth playing if you have not yet before done so. This amazing addition to the Virtual Console library raises the total number of classic titles available up to 273.
On the WiiWare side of things we get something that has both Mii Support, as well as online play, from Hudson for just a measly 500 points: "Cue Sports - Pool Revolution". The game features a variety of playing modes, including an edit mode so you can set up your own trick shot challenges. The other original offering this week is something called "Maboshi's Arcade", the description of which claims something confusing about gameplay across three windows simultaneously that currently doesn't make much sense to me. Together these two original titles up the amount of titles available on the US's WiiWare library up to 59.
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