Ask people to name the first Commodore 64 game that comes to mind, and we're willing to bet that more than half would mention International Karate +. Despite coming out on loads of different platforms back in the late-1980s, System 3's chop-'em-up is still most widely recognized as one of the C64's biggest hits, and is now available on the Virtual Console for ... slightly more than its 1987 price!

Neo Turf Masters is a rather gaudy, fast-paced take on ruining a good walk golf (though if reviews are to be believed, it's heaps better than the other golfing options on the VC), while City Connection completes the bill. As usual, you can check past the break for footage of all three.

  • City Connection -- NES -- 500 Wii Points
  • Neo Turf Masters -- Neo Geo -- 900 Wii Points
  • International Karate + -- Commodore 64 -- 500 Wii Points *

* Only in Europe.



City Connection (NES)


Neo Turf Masters (Neo Geo)


International Karate + (Commodore 64)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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