NintendoWare Weekly: Bejeweled 2, Telegraph Crosswords

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NintendoWare Weekly: Bejeweled 2, Telegraph Crosswords
This is the final NintendoWare Weekly update before Nintendo's E3 conference tomorrow. What kind of exciting changes will tomorrow bring? Does it even matter, now that Bejeweled 2 is on the Wii?

  • Bejeweled 2 (PopCap, 1 Player, 1000 Wii Points)
    If you ever want to see your Wii console again, you'll make sure that your casual-gaming family do not ever, ever find out about the launch of Bejeweled 2 on WiiWare. They haven't seen this news post, have they?
  • Arcade Sports (Icon, 2 Players, 800 Wii Points)
    Just in case your system didn't come with a multiplayer bowling game, this new WiiWare offering provides four sports to play: air hockey, bowling, pool and snooker.
  • Yard Sale Hidden Treasures: Sunnyville (Konami, 1 Player, 500 Wii Points)
    As the last vampire slayer of Sunnyville (probably), you must search local yard sales on a mission to find hidden treasures and save the world.

Virtual Console
  • Shadow of the Ninja (NES, Natsume, 2 Players, 500 Wii Points)
    If Mega Man were a ninja, it would look a lot like this. Wait, that sounds awesome!
  • A Kappa's Trail (Nintendo, 1 Player, 500 DSi Points)
    Controlled entirely by stylus, this adventure game has you drawing the path for a Japanese river spirit. Navigate Kappa through the treacherous Kappa Cove, dodging enemies, "the Devil Hand" and the worst enemy of all: dysentery.
  • Telegraph Crosswords (Sanuk Games, 1 Player, 500 DSi Points)
    Should be self-explanatory. But we wonder, why is it rated T? Featuring "drug references" and "suggestive themes," this may be the most hardcore crossword game ever.
  • Flips: Silent But Deadly (Electronic Arts, 1 Player, 500 DSi Points)
    The latest addition to EA's interactive book series has three kids uncovering a secret about Mr. Watts, their science teacher. A silent secret. A deadly one.
  • Music on: Electronic Keyboard (Abylight, 1 Player, 200 DSi Points)
    This virtual six-octave keyboard features eight user-definable chords, automatic accompaniment, an integrated sequencer, metronome, recording and replay option and "16 instruments."
  • 16 Shot! SHOOTING WATCH (Hudson, 1 Player, 200 DSi Points)
    How fast can you hit a button? YOU CAN FIND OUT with Hudson's new DSiWare app. Features both a virtual A and B button!
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