Excerpt: Back in the mid-1990s, Compile licensed its competitive puzzle game, Puyo Puyo, to both Sega and Nintendo. In turn, Sega and Nintendo each developed separate but very similar Puyo Puyo games for their 16-bit consoles. Genesis owners ended up with Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine, and SNES owners ended up with Kirby's Avalanche. Now, more than a decade later, both games are available for the Wii's Virtual Console service, and they cost 800 Wii points each.
Pros: It's a solid puzzler with a Kirby Twist, Decent visuals
Cons: For utmost fun, you absolutely must find someone else to play with