Majesco is a bad enough dude to allow you to rescue the president. A new ESRB listing found earlier today reveals that the publisher is planning to release a collection of Data East's arcade games to Wii, all of which have yet to release on the system's Virtual Console Arcade service in any territory.

The late 80s and early 90s arcade classics include Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja, Burger Time, Caveman Ninja, Street Slam, Secret Agent, Magical Drop III, and "many others". Perhaps we'll also see Sly Spy, Bump 'n' Jump, Heavy Barrel, Fighter's History, Karate Champ, Windjammers (!!!), and Ring King? Don't Majesco to throw in RoboCop, as it's likely near impossible due to licensing issues.

Japanese mobile company G-Mode and developer Paon (Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, DK: Jungle Climber) acquired most of Data East's properties shortly after the company declared bankruptcy and closed in 2003. Since then, G-Mode has released thee of the studio's TurboGrafx-16/PCE games to Virtual Console -- Bloody Wolf, Silent Debuggers, and Drop Off -- but nothing else.

While the ESRB listing didn't provide an expected date for the collection, it does warn parents that Magical Drop III has background figures that "cheer or move in ways that cause their breasts to jiggle" after players score points or make combos.

[Via Rlan]