The graphics for older games are nicely updated for the Wii and include some very modern effects on titles like Arkanoid that are real classics. Much like the successful compilation of Atari games that recently graced PSP, Furu Furu Park doesn't try to be arcade-perfect as much as entertaining. Fans of the many games in Taito's library may scratch their heads at the decision not to include "fill in the blank with my favorite" Taito title... Furu Furu Park may see a second printing if sales go well and bring us more classic titles. For now, you'll find that Arkanoid, Bubble Bobble, Pocky & Rocky, and Camel Maze (aka Cameltry) hold plenty of nostalgia value. The Wii controls put what you see on the screen in a different context, since motion controls weren't part of the original plan for a title like Arkanoid. I can remember rocking this game on C-64, so having a chance to play it on Wii is just great.
The other 20+ titles are a mix of genres, but all share a common bond in that they look great. There are also nice visual instructions that precede each game, showing the ideal way to hold the Wii-mote while playing. A cast of funny little characters that represent you during each game round out the visual offering. The sound effects and music don't make your head spin with wonder, but they fit the bill and don't get boring. Since none of the games last exceptionally long, it will likely be the visual and sound effects you remember more than the music; the music you'll hear is good, rousing, arcade fare, in keeping with the revival spirit.