Military Madness and 2 more Wii Virtual Console classics available

Wii Classic Controller for Virtual Console gamesNintendo added more classic games to the Wii Shop Channel in America today. The three Virtual Console games that were added for download are: Space Harrier II, Military Madness, and Tennis. This week’s games are described below. And you can find Europe’s 2006 Virtual Console schedule here.

Space Harrier II (Sega Genesis, 1 player, 800 Wii Points – $8): Fantasyland has been taken over by destructive forces, and a call for help comes from deep in the universe. Space Harrier is quick on the scene, armed with his laser, to defeat wave after wave of destructive forces through 12 thrilling stages, with a dangerous boss waiting at the end of each round.

Military Madness (TurboGrafx16, 1-2 players, 600 Wii Points – $6): Military Madness is a futuristic simulation game that throws the player into the middle of a war on the moon’s surface. The rules are simple, making it easy for newcomers to enjoy the thrills of this war-strategy game. Players can see easy-to-understand, detailed instructions from the Title screen. Military Madness is also turn-based, allowing players to devise their strategy before they move. To top it off, the units players have for each stage are already decided, allowing them to concentrate on commanding. Use the terrain and surround enemies to claim victory. Fight through all 16 stages and thwart the enemy’s ambitions!

Tennis (NES), 1-2 players, 500 Wii Points – $5): Players slam a serve, fire a blazing backhand and smash a forehand volley on their way to winning the victory cup. Players can choose between five different levels of difficulty, ranging from Beginner all the way up to Advanced. If players want to become true champs, they should be ready to show off their most brilliant lobs and most powerful smashes. Play a singles match or grab a partner for doubles, and then choose an opponent. Players control the moves in tennis action so intense, they’ll almost believe they’re at center court.