"The TomBobBlender Show" airs a three-hour episode called "WiiPlay Video Games" every night. A different game is featured each night of the week, with the scheduled game returning the following week until completion. Most games follow along the entire series. A fifteen-minute 'Oreo Break' is featured at the start of the second hour.
Kirby's Dream Land 2
Monday's, 9 PM EST
Nintendo's/Hal Laboratory's lovable Kirby returns for the gameboy! This time the bridges connecting the rainbow bridges have dissapeared and King DeDeDe is to blame as always...or is he? The evil Dark Matter has him under his control and plans to turn Kirby's Dream Land into a dark world, get the fabled rainbow sword and defeat him!
AncientGuru Plays CaveStory+
Tuesday's, 9 PM EST
AncientGuru will be filling the streamwaves with an ambitious playthrough of Cave Story+. He is looking forward to the community involvement as they help him decide on weapon selection through the run as well as their cohosting opportunities. Following his playthrough, he might consider a Game Over segment, with games he chooses but voted on by the community.
RagnellExuro Plays Pokemon Red: Nuzlocke Challenge
Wednesdays, 9 PM EST
RagnellExuro will be providing you with a special playthrough of Pokemon Red. Armed with wit and knowledge of monsters in his pocket, he will attempt a risky run though the game with limited options, including "any Pokemon that faints is "dead" and must be released", and "the first Pokemon to appear in a single area (route, cave, town, etc.) is the only one I can capture in that area, unless I've already captured it." We wish him luck!
Final Fantasy 8
Thursdays, 9 PM EST
Final Fantasy VIII is set in a "retro" environment reminiscent in some ways of the 1960's, with a few sci-fi and plenty of supernatural elements mixed in. The basic system resemble those of its predecessors: the player navigates a party of characters over a world map, accessing various locations and fighting randomly appearing enemies in turn-based combat of the series' trademark ATB (active time battle) variety. However, character development system has been re-designed.
Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Fridays, 9 PM EST
The story of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword jumps back to the years before Ocarina of Time - but the gameplay leaps light-years ahead! Experience a soaring adventure with incredibly-fluid motion controls. Fly through the clouds on a giant bird and dart down to explore the world below. Journey through forests, across deserts, and into Zelda's trademark dungeons. Wield the sword of Link as Wii MotionPlus translates every detail of your movements into the action on screen. As intelligent as the controls are, your enemies are just as sharp. They'll match you move for move, so think strategically and strike accurately as you battle to defeat them.
Super Mario World
Saturdays, 9 PM EST
Nintendo Entertainment System
Once again, the evil Bowser has captured Princess Peach (while on a holiday on Yoshi's Island), and it's up to Mario to save her. To aid him in his quest, Mario must use the flying ability of the feather to get him to places hard to reach. But what's even more important is his new friend, the dinosaur Yoshi, who Mario can ride through each level and eat the enemies. Over 90 levels are on offer, with plenty of Bowser's evil koopas and new characters around each level. Apart from saving Peach, you can also save some of Yoshi's friends, other dinosaurs that each have a special attack. Each level also contains a set of extra items to collect, including dinosaur coins, and break the tape at the end of each level to collect stars, that allow you to open up the bonus games.
Sundays, 9 PM EST
TSuper Metroid is a follow-up to Metroid II, and once again features bounty hunter Samus Aran. She heads to planet Zebes in order to hunt down the leaders of the Space Pirates, who kidnapped an unique Metroid larva. It is a platform game, which, like the previous Metroid games, is not divided into separate levels; the planet Zebes is an open world which Samus traverses back and forth. This world is divided into rooms separated with doors which must be shot to be opened. Shooting is also used to open up secret passages, some of which contain nifty bonuses, but finding most of them is required to proceed in the game.
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