A high-definition version of Wii Sports known as Wii Sports Club is coming to the Wii U. Aside from HD graphics, the game will feature:

The integration of MotionPlus technology.
Online multiplayer.
Ability to join regional/state clubs, then affect your clubs ranking based on your success with the various sports.
All of the sports from the original game will be there — bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf — but will be released separately as downloads via the eShop for $9.99 each. Tennis and Bowling are set for release on November 7th while the other games will come later.

A high-definition version of Wii Sports known as Wii Sports Club is coming to the Wii U. Aside from HD graphics, the game will feature:

  • The integration of MotionPlus technology.
  • Online multiplayer.
  • Ability to join regional/state clubs, then affect your clubs ranking based on your success with the various sports.

All of the sports from the original game will be there — bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf — but will be released separately as downloads via the eShop for $9.99 each. Tennis and Bowling are set for release on November 7th while the other games will come later.

From November 1st, Wii U owners will be able to download Wii Fit U for free. This will be the complete version of the game that expires after a month of usage.

You’ll be able to continue using Wii Fit U if you simply purchase a “Fit Meter” for $19.99. These will also be available from November 1st.

From November 1st, Wii U owners will be able to download Wii Fit U for free. This will be the complete version of the game that expires after a month of usage.

You’ll be able to continue using Wii Fit U if you simply purchase a “Fit Meter” for $19.99. These will also be available from November 1st.

From a recent press release:

Director’s Cut also offers a full slate of second screen features for the Wii U GamePad, Microsoft’s SmartGlass, and the PlayStation Vita system that make the touchscreen interface Adam Jensen’s primary neural hub enhancement.

The Director’s Cut version of the game was originally exclusive for the Wii U, then it was coming to other platforms with Wii U-exclusive features, and now there’s nothing that really makes it stand apart.

To be fair though, using SmartGlass and the Vita as second screens isn’t as intuitive as using the Wii U’s GamePad.