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This one was a total surprise. I fully expected that, since Mega Man 9 was hitting WiiWare today, the newly-arrived VC titles would be low-rate junk on the same level as China Warrior. But Nintendo's shocked us in a great way, and debuted the classic Super Dodge Ball as one of the games serving as a member of Mega Man's entourage. It's a great move. If you were perhaps introduced to this series through the more recent Super Dodge Ball Advance on the GBA or Super Dodge Ball Brawlers on the DS, it's more than worth your while to experience this NES original edition of the design. It's addictive, it's comically violent, and it's just a whole lot of fun to play.
Overall, Super Dodge Ball is pretty much a dodgeball extension of River City Ransom. If you liked its humour, style and gameplay, you will most likely enjoy this as well.