Two new retro truffles are now available for you Wii owners to gorge on this weekend, with both the N64 classic 1080 Snowboarding and the PC Engine Streets of Rage clone Riot Zone coming to the Virtual Console.
1080 Snowboarding is Nintendo's largely successful jaunt down the virtual slopes, which you may like to think of as an 8.6 in numerical form, as Matt Casamassina did back when this place was called IGN64.com. At 1,000 points it's a fairly safe punt, and to this day it remains one of the better representations of the sport.
For the reasonable sum of 800 points you can pick up Riot Zone, a side-scrolling beat-'em-up from the time when such fare was all the rage. It came out on the PC Engine in 1992 and while it won't set your world on fire you may want to don a global technicolour t-shirt, stick a cassette of The Prodigy Experience on the stereo and beat seven shades of brown out of some chunky sprites in a fit of early nineties nostalgia this weekend. And in that case Riot Zone certainly fits the bill.
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