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Zelda: Ocarina of Time now available on Virtual Console

Jared Rea

Talk about making everything else look bad. Nintendo officially released The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Wii's Virtual Console today, alongside obscure Genesis shooter Bio-Hazard Battle and the even more obscure Chew Man Fu for the TurboGrafx-16. Cashing in at 1,000 Wii Points ($10), Ocarina of Time for the Virtual Console is the original version, as last seen on your Nintendo 64. You know it, you probably love it and so we don't need to go into details. Your wallet will take care of the rest.

Bio-Hazard Battle and Chew Man Fu on the other hand ... well, we won't hold it against you if you have absolutely no clue what these games are. Bio-Hazard Battle costs 800 Wii Points and is an easily forgettable, horizontal shooter that never really did anything of particular interest aside from featuring nuclear enemy crabs. Chew Man Fu is right out of the Pengo, Kickle Cubicle mold and while more compelling than Bio-Hazard, 600 Wii Points sounds like a bit much to ask.

All three titles are currently available and causing massive damage to a Wii near you.

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