If you click on a link and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Read our editorial policy.

IK+ heads VC update

Neo Turf Masters, City Connection follow.

Funny and fantastic C64 fighting game IK+ leads the weekly Virtual Console update for Nintendo Wii.

Developed by Archer Maclean back when people wore shoulder pads unironically, it's also full to the brim with Easter Eggs - like pressing buttons to make trousers fall down - and some of the most entertaining mini-games ever. IK+ costs 500 Points (approx GBP 3.50 / EUR 5) on Virtual Console.

Much newer in the world of old games is Neo Turf Masters, a NeoGeo title that only appeared in 1999. It's a golf game about scoring golf runs and potting balls or something. Tom says he used to spend many hours staring at the blown-up top-down hole-map on his NeoGeo Pocket Color, which is very suspicious phrasing if nothing else. Neo Turf Masters costs 900 Points (approx GBP 6.30 / EUR 9).

Last this week is City Connection from the NES days of 1985. You drive a Honda around famous places and paint them white to win while the police try and stop you. City Connection costs 500 Points (approx GBP 3.50 / EUR 5).

As usual, Eurogamer's almost family can-we-adopt-him-anyway Dan Whitehead will be slicing these up into scores very soon, but if you're desperate to start rambling about IK+ then you can do so on the thread for EG Retro's IK+ review.

Will you support Eurogamer?

We want to make Eurogamer better, and that means better for our readers - not for algorithms. You can help! Become a supporter of Eurogamer and you can view the site completely ad-free, as well as gaining exclusive access to articles, podcasts and conversations that will bring you closer to the team, the stories, and the games we all love. Subscriptions start at £3.99 / $4.99 per month.

About the Author

Robert Purchese avatar

Robert Purchese

Senior Staff Writer

Bertie is senior staff writer and Eurogamer's Poland-and-dragons correspondent. He's part of the furniture here, a friendly chair, and reports on all kinds of things, the stranger the better.