Wii Sports Club Headed To Retail Stores In North America Next Month

By Ishaan . June 5, 2014 . 1:30pm

Wii Sports Club, a compilation of the Wii Sports games for Wii U, is being released at retail in North America, Nintendo announced this morning. Previously, the enhanced Wii U ports of these games were only available via Nintendo’s eShop.

 

Wii Sports Club will feature Tennis, Bowling, Golf, Baseball and Boxing. Each game will have online multiplayer, and will be compatible with the Wii MotionPlus controller. The Wii U versions of these games will also incorporate the GamePad in different ways.

 

In addition to the retail release of Wii Sports Club, a Nintendo eShop bundle containing all five games will be available as well. The eShop bundle will be available on June 26th at 6pm PST, while the retail package will be available on July 25th for $39.99.

 

Additionally, you can also purchase all five games separately via the Nintendo eShop for $9.99 each. Alternatively, you can also purchase a 24-hour pass that lets you try all five games for $1.99.


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  • 3PointDecoupage

    Just want Archery.

  • British_Otaku

    They should have done this a LONG time ago.
    As much as offering them individuals and digitally was nice, nothing really compares for a family purchase to going to a store where you pick up the game you want along with the console instead of making an account and going through a storefront and their many pricing models.

    I can understand the digital release being out a little earlier or being an alternative, but not what they have done for so long. Even if I enjoy Nintendo Land (DAT METROID GAME!) a great deal more than I would enjoy Wii Sports Resort, Wii Sports Resort had the potential to push the Wii U when the system started off.

    • subsamuel01

      Agreed, most parents wouldn’t even know how to use the eShop, I think this should have been bundled with the Wii U instead of Nintendo Land if they were aiming for that casual audience again.

  • Quizler

    The online was really terrible and laggy as heck when I tried this game out, I don’t supposed they fixed that?

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