Christmas has either come really, really early for Wii gamers this morning, or a day late, with the news that classic SNES action RPG Secret Of Mana has finally made it to the Virtual Console.
Released back in 1994 to massive acclaim, it ditched Square-Enix's standard turn-based combat for real time combat more akin to the Zelda series. It remains one of Square's very best games and at 800 Wii Points it's a must for all serious RPG fans. Read our review here to find out more.
Also available for download is the Sega Master System version of Sonic The Hedgehog 2, priced at 500 Wii Points. Despite its name, it's a completely different game to the later Mega Drive release, not just in terms of plot and level design but also quality - this one's just not quite as good. We'll have a full review up soon.