WiiWare launches in Europe and Australia

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 20 May 2008 07:26 GMT


Nintendo’s new download service, WiiWare, has now launched in Australia and Europe.

Six titles appeared in the channel in the early hours of the morning, including the seemingly superb Lost Winds and the first Wii demo, namely Dr. Mario.

The full list of titles is as follows:

  • Dr Mario Online (and demo) – 1000 Points
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King – 1500 Points
  • LostWinds – 1000 Points
  • Star Soldier R – 800 Points
  • TV Show King – 1000 Points
  • Toki Tori – 900 Points

Look out for our Lost Winds review in the next couple of days. Couple of shots after the link, just in case you don’t believe us, or something.

By Mike Bowden

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Dr Mario Online

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life As A King

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