Rhythm Heaven Is The Wii’s Summer Song, Nintendo Still Has Unannounced Games

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The Wii version of Rhythm Heaven is almost done. Released first on Game Boy Advance, the Rhythm Heaven games have players hit buttons to the beat while zany WarioWare style situations play out on the screen. Nintendo announced the news and slated Rhythm Heaven for this summer in Japan.

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Nintendo also announced Wii Remote Plus Variety, better known as Wii Play: Motion in the West, with a July release window for Japan. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, a new Kirby game, Pandora’s Tower: Until I Return to Your Side, and Japanese localized versions of Goldeneye 007 and Just Dance 2 are on the way as well.


While the Wii’s successor is the talk of the town, Nintendo said in their financial briefing there are still several unannounced titles for Wii that Nintendo will release in the future too. The next Nintendo console will be released sometime next year, but after April 2012.

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