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Nintendo of Europe announces Wii Sports Club boxed set

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The final two sports for Wii Sports Club will be launching in Europe at the end of this month. Baseball and boxing are coming on June 27, with a full boxed set of all the sports coming as well. For those who want to try the new sports, a 48 hour trial will be available for every Wii U owner, even if you’ve previously used a trial on other sports. For those who want to purchase after the trial, you can buy a 24 hour pass for €1.99/£1.79 or you can buy permanent access to each sport for €9.99/£8.99 individually.

For those who would rather wait and buy all sports as part of a physical release, the Wii Sports Club boxed set that was announced for Japan will launch in Europe as well. The boxed set includes Baseball, Boxing, Tennis, Golf, and Bowling and will be available on July 11. Currently there’s no price point for the pack and we haven’t heard anything from Nintendo of America in regards to whether this physical release will be coming to the United States as well, though we do expect to hear more in the E3 digital event.

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  • RockieOllie

    Not interested. They need to fix this game’s online. Way too bare bones.

  • Lassassino

    Yeee

  • I am Error.

    For Wii U owners who have already purchased all of the other sports digitally it would be really cool to see a discount for adding the final two.

    • Christian Schoff

      What reason would there be to get such a discount?

  • Christian Schoff

    Very cool. I want both. I’ve already got Bowling and Golf. I’m glad they used this purchase system because I’ve never been interested in Tennis.

  • bistricky

    Sounds like something worth purchasing when it comes to retail stores.

  • http://Website.com Shane Michaels

    http://media.caller.com/media/img/photos/2008/07/07/20080707-033358-pic-296000433_t607.jpg

    Wii U wont be successful until the Wii’s biggest fans adopt.

  • Suraj Alexander

    Now how about wii resort online, that would be mindbogglingly awesome, with all those beautiful sports

  • Stuart Thomas

    U know i had a lot of fun with fishing resort , i know it’s not the same thing, but i liked it. Namco Bandai did a great job i thought, missing a few elements but it was fun.

    • sd

      They should have added a fishing mode to the game.

  • steveb944

    Get me a copy in the States and I’ll buy. Make it on E3 so it comes with the rest of the massive news coming out of there.

  • David Trail

    Actually interested now Nintendo. I don’t know why you were trying to sell them all separate?

  • Rinslowe

    This is good news. I’m still down for a little lite sports action motion control style…

  • Marks

    So the German nazis get the game earlier than the US people do? The end is nigh..!

    • sd

      Not sure if that was an attempt at humour but comments like that are just offensive and annoying.

  • Dylan Groot

    Its kind of sad, releasing the EXACT same thing 7 or 8 years later, but only in HD graphics. Still, it could be a smart move marketing wise.

    • sd

      Plus online play.

      • Dylan Groot

        Sure but I mean the exact same product. Kind of the same console with the same game bundled, only in HD. Progress?

        • sd

          Yes I agree. I am not sure how much time has gone into this, but I hope not a lot. For me I refused to buy this as I thought their pricing structure, for a game I already own, was terrible.
          Surely they could have released a HD bundle, with online play and maybe 2 new modes for a great price. Maybe even bundle it with the console.

          As it is I think it is very overpriced for what is, as you say, the same game with HD and online features, nothing more.

          Also even in HD the graphics are very ordinary.