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Which 2016 Title Are You Most Excited About?

Gears 4
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Uncharted 4
Zelda Wii U


Game Profile
INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Wii Shop Channel
PUBLISHER:
2DBoy
DEVELOPER:
2DBoy
GENRE: Puzzle
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
October 13, 2008
 Written by John Scalzo  on April 22, 2009

News: Can one game constitute a 'store'?



A few weeks after opening a store dedicated to Xbox Live Arcade downloads, Amazon has branched out to WiiWare releases as well.

While the Wii's download service doesn't merit a full-fledged store yet, Amazon has launched the service by making WiiWare's most critically acclaimed title, World of Goo, avaialble for purchase. As with the Xbox Live Store, purchasing World of Goo through Amazon will get the purchaser a download code to enter into their Wii to download the game. Obviously, an Internet connection is required.

While nothing is official yet, it wouldn't surprise me to see more WiiWare, Virtual Console and PlayStation Network titles on Amazon in the near future.



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