Sega have announced they will be removing one of their finest old-schoool games from the Wii VC this week. Hurry now to get it before its too late…
“If you own a Nintendo Wii and you’re at all a fan of fast-paced, old-school arcade action, take note! This is your last chance to pick up R-Type: the game is being removed from the Virtual Console store this September 30th.”
The game costs 500points, which is not bad at all considering its a quality title. No reason was given for its removal.
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