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Submitted by wiimike 3097d ago | news

Japanese Wii launch titles revealed

A lineup of 17 titles have been confirmed for the Wii's Japanese release. (Wii)

FreeMonk  +   3097d ago
That's not a bad line up for Japan, as it includes lots of games they love!

Personally I'm going for the following titles on launch:

Zelda - Twilight Princess
WarioWare
Trauma Center
Red Steel

4 top games that will last a while, plus you get Wii Sports for free! Bonus!

That should set me back around £360-£370 with an extra controller with out discount. More than likely they'll be package deals at HMV/Game etc

Looking good!
unleash bass  +   3096d ago
Poor
This sounds a poor first batch of games to me, apart from ZELDA. Lets hope they produce some better stuff later on and at faster rate than they normally do!
PS360WII  +   3096d ago
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All systems have a poor launch line up. 360 did ps3 does and Wii well personally I can sink my teeth into at least 2 of them for a long amount of gaming time

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