4 May 2011: With the summer holidays edging closer into view, Nintendo today
announced the launch of a new range of software titles that are light on
the wallet and heavy on fun. The Nintendo Selects range, launching on
20th May 2011, is a value for money* selection of popular Wii game
titles for all the family.
What’s more, Nintendo will also launch a new
entry level Mario Kart Wii Pack on the same day. The new pack will
contain a white Wii console, Wii Remote™ Plus, Nunchuk™, Wii Wheel™ and a
copy of Mario Kart Wii™.
Nintendo has also announced that on
20th May 2011 it will be reducing the trade price** of its existing Wii
Sports Resort Pack, which includes a black Wii console, Wii Remote Plus,
Nunchuk and a copy of Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort™ on one disc.
games in the Nintendo Selects range offer social gaming fun for the
whole family. Titles included are the fitness phenomenon Wii Sports™,
WarioWare™: Smooth Moves, Mario Strikers™ Charged Football and Animal
Crossing™: Let’s Go To The City.
Wii Sports introduces a new
entertainment experience. Offering five distinct sports experiences,
tennis, bowling, golf, boxing and baseball - each using the Wii Remote
in a different way to provide a natural, intuitive and realistic feel.
Warm up and throw yourself into the action with the hit sports game that
will have you on your feet and having fun faster than you can swing a
With over 200 lightening-quick microgames and
controls that will have you waving, flapping and jumping around the
place, WarioWare: Smooth Moves takes interactive gaming to a whole new
level. All you need is a Wii Remote and your best moves to be the champ.
With hundreds of microgames and with the help of the Wii Remote, you
will swing, spin and squat your way to victory.
Mario takes to
the soccer pitch in Mario Strikers Charged Football, bringing his own
unique 'fighting football' style to Wii. In this follow-up to Mario
Smash Football, you use the skills provided by the Wii Remote and
Nunchuk Controller to win the ball, score unstoppable goals and take
control of the goalkeeper to perform spectacular saves.
Crossing: Let’s Go To The City you can while away the day chatting with
friends, be a workaholic or figure out a pace of life to suit somewhere
in-between. Try your hand at fishing, plant trees and flowers, discover
artifacts from ancient worlds, gaze at the stars, decorate your home,
see a hit show or make a name for yourself as an auction-house
entrepreneur. It’s all up to you!
For hours of great value
entertainment for all the family, look out for Nintendo Selects and
Mario Kart Wii Pack when they launch across Europe on 20th May 2011.