Sega is bringing even more of their classic games out on the Virtual Console, announcing in Japan that they would bring games from their original console, the Sega Master System, into current times on the Nintendo Wii. While it hasn't been confirmed for America, Japan has already picked out games like Hokuto no Ken (Fist of the North Star, in America) and Fantasy Zone, costing 600 and 500 Wii points respectively.
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