Final Fight on US VC

Another week of catch-up.

Final Fight, Mighty Bomb Jack and Ordyne are the three games making up this week's US Virtual Console "roster".

Naturally that's "no big deal" to us Eurogamers, since we've had Final Fight and Mighty Bomb Jack since 27th April, but it's always nice to see them catching up over there, isn't it?

If "they" want to join in the fun, mind, they'll first need to fork over some Wii points. 800 in Final Fight's case, since it's a Super Nintendo game (and a side-scrolling beat-'em-up, in case you're an alien), while the game that nobody's yet thought to call "Mighty BJ" is demanding 500, and Ordyne 600.

That's because the latter is a side-scrolling shooter offering two-player co-op but, more accurately, because it's a TurboGrafx-16 import.

Will Ordyne be among this Friday's European Virtual Console releases? Perhaps that's a subject for another time (for example, Friday). What we do know is that you should be able to look forward to another instalment in our Wii Virtual Console Roundup, which last week took in Virtua Fighter 2, Wonder Boy in Monster World, Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle and Megaman-alike Shockman.

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