Wii Sports Club

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Wii Sports Club
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Boxart for Wii Sports Club
Details
Developer(s) Bandai Namco Studios, Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Digital:
Japan October 30th, 2013
North America November 7, 2013
Europe November 7, 2013
Australia November 8, 2013
Physical:
World July 11, 2014
Platform(s) Wii U
Rating(s) ESRB: ESRB E.png - Everyone
PEGI: PEGI 7.png - Ages 7+
CERO: CERO A.png - All ages
Game chronology
Previous game
Wii Sports + Wii Sports Resort
Next game
Nintendo Switch Sports
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Wii Sports Club is a 2013 remake of Wii Sports for the Wii U. It features enhanced high-definition graphics and online multiplayer, and utilizes Wii Remote Plus functionality. It was released initially as a downloadable title on Nintendo eShop, and later received a physical retail version. It features the same 5 sports as Wii Sports: Tennis, Baseball, Bowling, Golf, and Boxing. The game was revealed in the Wii Fit U Direct on September 9th, 2013. As of March 27th, 2023, it is now impossible to download the digital version and/or purchase any new passes.

The downloadable version of the game is free, however, the sports must be purchased individually. The entire selection of sports can be rented for 24 hours for $1.99, or purchased individually for $9.99. Upon release, only Bowling and Tennis were available. Golf was added on December 18th, 2013, and Baseball and Boxing were added on June 26th, 2014. The physical edition retailed for $50, and contains all 5 sports without the need to purchase them.

A major difference from Wii Sports is the addition of clubs. Players can join clubs, which represent various regions across the world. Once in a club, players are prevented from joining a new club for 24 hours. Clubs have internal player rankings, as well as external rankings. Miiverse connectivity was also supported, particularly through players being able to write or draw their own messages for use in online play.


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