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All Articles: Wii Sports Club: Golf
Your next Wii Sports Club fix is now available to download from the Wii U eShop. Announced during this morning’s Nintendo Direct presentation, Wii Sports Club: Golf is the latest sport to be released, joining the already available Tennis and Bowling.
In addition to a high definition graphical makeover, Nintendo has also added Wii U GamePad support to Wii Sports Club: Golf. By placing the GamePad on the floor, players will be able to see their ball on the tee (or rough or fairway or green or etc.) as they ready their swing with the Wii Remote Plus. Online multiplayer has also been added to the game for the first time.
As with previous Wii Sports Club titles, Wii Sports Club: Golf is available to download for $9.99 or you can purchase a “Day Pass” (for $1.99) to play every Wii Sports Club title for 24 hours. A demo version is also available.
The last two Wii Sports Club games, Wii Sports Club: Boxing and Wii Sports Club: Baseball, will be released soon.
Nintendo is bringing Wii Sports back in a big way on the Wii U this Fall. The Wii pack-in’s five sports – bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf – will get a high definition makeover as part of the “Wii Sports Club,” a series of downloadable titles that will be released separately through the Wii U eShop. These “Wii-makes” will also include MotionPlus support and online multiplayer.
Wii Sports Club: Tennis and Wii Sports Club: Bowling will be available to download on November 7, with Wii Sports Club: Baseball, Wii Sports Club: Golf, and Wii Sports Club: Boxing scheduled for release “in the months ahead.”
Each Wii Sports Club title will be priced at $9.99, but Nintendo also plans to release a demo version of each sport. In addition to the standard purchasing model, Nintendo is attempting something different with the Wii Sports Club “Day Pass.” Priced at $1.99, the Day Pass will give players access to all five sports for a 24-hour period.