- Chase H.Q. (1992, TurboGrafx-16, 600
Wii points): You, Tony Gibson, and your partner, Raymond Broady, are of two cops from the NYPD's special "CHASE H.Q." unit. It's your mission to catch criminals by chasing them and ramming them off the road in your unmarked
car--all in 16-bit graphics glory.
- Art of Fighting 2 (1994, NeoGeo, 900 Wii points): 12 characters compete in the toughest fighting contest of them all: King of Fighters. The game is notorious for having some of the most difficult opponent A.I. in the long history of fighting game.
- Pong Toss--Frat Party Games (JV Games, 2008, 800 Wii points): Think beer pong for your Wii remote, but without the table, stale beer, frat buddies, and the pretty ladies (unless you're lucky). You can either play in traditional mode or "Speed Pong," but you'll have to supply your own booze.
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