I purchased the Arcade version of Golden Axe for the Wii and recently relived my hours spent standing at that machine pumping it full of quarters.
My wife and I managed to to get to the end pretty quickly but now all I want to do is go home and play.
I also got Super Mario Brothers 2. Did you know that wasn't originally a Mario game?
Super Mario Bros. 2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From the wiki
The original Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2 is known in America as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. Visually, it looked like Super Mario Bros., with the same basic game format but with a higher level of difficulty. Nintendo of America disliked the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2, which they found to be frustratingly difficult and otherwise little more than a modification of Super Mario Bros.. As they did not want to risk the franchise's popularity, they canceled its stateside release and eventually decided on reworking Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic into the Western Super Mario Bros. 2.