Wii Sports Club & Wii Fit U get Japanese TV spots, new activities and features shown

By Dave Cook, Monday, 14 October 2013 08:29 GMT

Wii Sports Club and Wii Fit U have received new TV spots in Japan, showing off new features and modes of play. Watch them here.

We reported on the Wii Sports Club reveal here. It’s similar to Wii Karaoke U, which allows users to buy individual sports for a reduced cost, or lay down a time pass for use of all available activities. It’s launching November 7 in the States with Tennis and Bowling. More sports will be added over time.

You can buy sports individually at €9.99/£8.99 using a Single Sports Pass. Alternatively, you can pay €1.99/£1.79 for a 24-hour pass for all sports.

Now, Nintendo has released a series of TV spots in Japan for both Wii Sports Club and Wii Fit U. Check them out here:

Wii Sports Club

Wii Fit U

Via AGB.

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