Nintendo has announced Wii Sports Club, a collection of Wii Sports minigames reimagined in HD on Wii U.
Five of the activities from the original Wii Sports will be available: Bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf. All will make use of enhanced controls thanks to the Wii MotionPlus and come with online multiplayer, along with the previously mentioned graphical improvements.
You'll be able to register to regional clubs and compete against rival ones, as well as make use of Miiverse to interact mid-match. When the service launches on November 7, only tennis and bowling will be available, though the other three activities will be added in the coming months.
If you decide to download Wii Sports Club, you'll be given 24-hours of free access to the available games. Once this runs out, you'll be able to buy a Day Pass from the eShop for £1.79 that'll allow you to play all the activities for another 24-hour period, or you can buy permanent access to individual activities for £8.99 a pop.
Additionally, a 31-day trial of Wii Fit U will be available for free on Nintendo eShop from November 1. The trial version can be downloaded any time from the start of November until January 31, with the 31 days not starting to count down until it's played. All that's required is a Wii U console with access to the internet and a balance board.
To keep playing once the trial has expired, users can sync a Fit Meter accessory to the game. Sold separately, the Fit Meter will be available from November 1 and records how many steps you take and whether you're on an incline when taking them. It then calculates how many calories you've burned, and syncs this with your copy of Wii Fit U to create a comprehensive fitness programme.
Wii Fit U will be available at retail on December 6 in two sets (one featuring the disc and Fit Meter, the other throwing in a Wii Balance Board as well), and from Nintendo eShop on February 1.
Source : ign[dot]com