Wii Sports Goes HD With Wii Sports Club

Wii Sports Goes HD With Wii Sports Club
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Wii Sports is returning, but in high definition, online play and clubs. Say hello to Wii Sports Club.

Revealed today, Wii Sports Club consists of the five sports from Wii Sports (bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf) with Wii MotionPlus controls and in high def. The games, available as digital downloads, come with an online multiplayer versus mode that allows players to compete online.

Players can also register in state or region clubs, enabling members to chat during matches, play each other, or face off against other clubs to improve their own club’s ranking. See why these games are called Wii Sports Club? I do!

Tennis and Bowling hit first the Nintendo eShop on November 7, with Boxing, Baseball and Golf to follow at later dates. Players can get a 24-hour trial pass. Once it is up, they can purchase a Day Pass for $US1.99 and play all available sports for 24 hours. Permanent access to individual sports is $US9.99 each.

Wii Sports Club [Nintendo]


  • Wii sells millions, came with Wii Sports.
    Wii U doesn’t sell very well, didn’t have Wii Sports.

    Pattern established! The Wii U is saved!

    On another note, they’re going to stick the Americans for 50 bucks for all the sports. I shudder to think what the AU prices will be.

  • Can not believe that they give Wii Sports online multiplayer… but Pikmin? Nah, nobody wants online multiplayer for that.

    • Though this is Nintendo logic, they made the GameCube primary colour purple and advertised it in purple… only knew one guy who owned a purple one everyone else that bought it at launch got black well everyone who didn’t buy a Ps2 or XBOX haha

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