Nintendo's Virtual Console is this week singing to the tune of gunfire, with two classic shooters available for download in the UK.
First up is Super R-Type, the SNES entry in Irem's long-running series of glacially-paced side-scrolling shooters. It joins the TurboGrafx version already available on the Virtual Console, and is best remembered for its crippling slowdown. As such it's not the series most gracious moment – that accolade arguably going to R-Type Final – but it's still a wholesome blast at 800 Wii points.
Also on offer is the NES's take on the arcade light-gun game Operation Wolf which, on Virtual Console, bizarrely neglects to take advantage of the Wiimote, forcing players to wrestle with the standard controller mode. All of which earnt it a spectacular IGN score of '2.0' when it was reviewed stateside earlier this year, suggesting there're better ways to spend 500 Wii points.
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