Heavy Fire: Special Operations now available on WiiWare
The gaming scene is set to turn fierce and wild as Nintendo has announced this week’s new games for the Wii. Promising to yield a gratifying experience, these games will drive Nintendo console owners to scale high altitudes as well as dive deep to explore dark mysteries. WiiWare will add zing to several gaming sessions with Dive: The Medes Island Secret and Heavy Fire: Special Operations while the virtual Console initiates a ride with Aero the Acrobat.
The company has also disclosed the latest update for the ‘Big Name Games’ section of the WarioWare: D.I.Y. series, enabling gamers to download microgames. Players with broadband Internet facility can obtain any games from this segment free-of-cost. To download these games, they must possess a copy of either WarioWare: D.I.Y purchased previously for any of the Nintendo consoles or WarioWare: D.I.Y Showcase software for the WiiWare service.
Gamers employing the WiiWare service can discover and bring back ships of different ensigns from the bottom of the ocean. Donning the role of John Sanders, players will have to expend their time, planning and documenting this mission in Dive: The Medes Island Secret. Whereas, Heavy Fire: Special Operations will transport them to the Middle East from the ground, Humvee or Blackhawk. While accomplishing challenging tasks, Wii users will have to ascend the ranking chart and lay their hands on destructive weapons featuring numerous controls and attributes. This battle can be fought either in a single-player mode or by staging an assault with friends through the multi-player mode.
The Virtual Console gets Aero the Acrobat for Nintendo gamers. Players can set themselves up to face the crazy Edgar Ektor and his deranged cast creating havoc-like situations in the World of Amusement. Packing thrill and fun in the amusement park, it is said to start an all-new adventure.
All new titles can be purchased from the Wii Shop Channel on Mondays at 9 a.m. Pacific time. To download Dive: The Medes Island Secret, gamers will have to shell out 1,000 Wii points while Heavy Fire: Special Operations is available for 500 Wii points. Virtual Console owners can procure Aero the Acrobat for 800 Wii points.