It would make sense if Nintendo were planning on releasing Mario Land 2 to tie in with Super Mario 3D Land, and they have said it'll be out by the end of the year. So obviously that makes too much sense, don't expect that to happen.
Better how? The 3D implementation is not as good. Like when you pick up fruit on a different plane. The game itself is probably better. I think both are worth buying, but I have a weakness for both franchises.
For Urban Champion questions, though, I'll have to defer to Deathly.
By the way, did you download Moto Heroz yet? You should join our online league. I know that since you avoid handhelds, there hasn't been like, a TON of stuff to play on Wii lately. For a mere fraction of what you'd pay for a retail Wii game, you can get an incredible, competitive experience and join in on the fun with fellow Negative Worlders with this game.
@Guillaume No, I'm pretty sure that the Bee will kill you. I'm not sure how many points you get for killing it, though. There's usually a point where the bells turn toxic and harmful. You can't bounce 'em forever, unfortunately. Have you also noticed that getting hit once takes away your bombs, but an ambulance will fix you up? Something like that.
I was going to turn off autofire, but I don't really want to press the 3DS's squeaky buttons super-rapidly. While playing, I just imagined how much more fun it would have been to have the tactile feedback of an arcade cabinet, though. It's so satisfying to slam arcade buttons at high speeds.
Pick up Detana Twinbee on VC, people! It's way more complex. But in a good way.
Stinger might be the only Twinbee game to have side-scrolling levels. Sad, since I actually prefer those. It's a trip bouncing bells vertically in a side-scrolling perspective. It's like that awesome Hogan's Alley can-shooting mini-game.
God, I love Twinbee. I love Twinbee so much that I almost bought a PSP. Why is Fantasy Zone more popular??
I want to get into Parodius, too. And I want to play the Salamander sequel. Konami's shooter franchises were poorly represented in the US.