Virtual Console Monday – Kirby’s Dream Course, Devil’s Crush, and Shining Force

David On July 23, 2007 23.07.2007 with 6 Comments

devilscrush.jpgYes!  Another Kirby game comes to the Virtual Console this week!  Oh, it’s a golf game? Hmmm…

Here are the new Virtual Console releases this week:

Kirby’s Dream Course – SNES
Step up to the tee for the wackiest golf game of your life. This one- or two-player game features a floating golf course in the sky. High above Dream Land, players can pitch and putt the ever-popular puff ball, Kirby, through a maze of three-dimensional obstacles on a zany checkerboard course.

Devil’s Crush – TG16
Devil’s Crush is the exciting sequel to the hit pinball game Alien Crush and features even smoother ball movement and enhanced special effects. Shoot the ball onto the board with the Devil Shooter, then use flippers and nudging to keep it in play and rack up a high score.

Shining Force – Genesis
In ages long forgotten, Light fought Darkness for control of the world. Finally, the Ancients defeated the evil ruler of the dark forces known as Dark Dragon and cast him into another dimension, though he vowed to return in 1,000 years.

Are any of these games good?

6 Responses to “Virtual Console Monday – Kirby’s Dream Course, Devil’s Crush, and Shining Force”

  1. jjt says:

    w00t first

  2. Adam says:

    Shining Force was excellent.

    I didn’t like the other two, although Devil’s Crush was actually pretty fun.

  3. DrewMG says:

    Shining Force was one of my top 5 games for a very long time. It’s a tactical RPG with some seriously epic battles, but the system is very easy to learn. You end up with a huge team, and the story, while not great, is not bad at all.

    Shining Force 2 was even better.

  4. Brian says:

    Devils crush was a great game for the TG16, better then Alien Crush In my opinion.

  5. JR says:

    I’ll throw in my endorsement for Shining Force as well. Awesome game, and I’ll be spending my wii points as soon as I get home from work tonight.

  6. Clonester says:

    SF is a good game, I can’t wait for the second one!

    SF2 is my most favourite tactical RPG ever because it takes a fun battle system and combines it with good character development and story like a traditional Japanese RPG.

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