Three of the games were recently released on the Wii, XBLA and PSN as part of the Sega Vintage Collection, which is absolutely imperative that you purchase - while it's unfortunately missing the The Dragon's Trap, it does contain the previously unreleased English version of the Monster Land arcade game, as well as a brand new translation of the also previously unreleased Mega Drive game, Monster World IV, which is one of the most gorgeous titles on the system. Coincidentally, Game Club 199X was playing the Monster Land titles this past month, and the seventh episode has been posted, featuring special guest Ray Barnholt, of Retronauts and Scroll Magazine, which is publishing its sixth issue very shortly. All of this taken together makes a rather brilliant Week of Wonder Boy.
Also featured this update is The Lost Vikings, an rather classic puzzle-platformer released by the folks who would eventually become Blizzard; Neo Turf Masters, an arcade golf game from the makers of Metal Slug; and Excelsior, a duo of 90s shareware titles heavily influenced by the classic Ultima series. Your Weekly Kusoge is The Rocky Horror Show, just a bad idea in general, for a number of British computers.