Even though the Wii is losing a little bit of steam in the face of the upcoming Wii U, that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on some quality games. Nintendo has announced four new games joining the program starting early next month.
The first is a re-release of Mario Power Tennis, a game that originally released on GameCube and remastered for the Wii with specified motion controls and multiplayer possibilities. Following that is the previously announced Wii port of Pikmin 2, a game that also uses motion controls to move character around and complete goals. Both of these games will be available for $19.99 each and will release on June 10.
Also joining the line-up are two more hit releases for the Selects program. The first is the popular multiplayer fighting game Super Smash Bros. Brawl, where you can select from various characters and power-ups as you beat up enemies on your way to victory. The other is the fun sequel Donkey Kong Country Returns, where you play as Donkey and Diddy Kong as you battle evil forces. Both of these games will sell for $29.99, decent deals if you don’t own them already.