In Japan, Hudson released two Wii launch titles. Wing Island was a flight simulator where you could control a group of planes using the remote as a flight yoke. When it was announced as an unnamed flying game hopes were high for it, but only 800 copies were sold during the Wii’s launch in Japan. Kororinpa is sort of like Marble Madness where players tilt the remote to move a marble out of a giant maze while avoiding obstacles like magnets. Both of these titles have ESRB ratings and Hudson was announced as the publisher. Since the ESRB has data on the games, we should see both of them in stores sometime this quarter.