Activision has launched a brand new range of software designed specially for the Wii.
The Wee 1ST range, as it's been titled by someone who is probably not British, will be comprised of games designed to be accessible to everyone.
The first batch games includes Little League World Series 2007 and Rapala Fishing Frenzy, plus a title based on popular celebrity bitchfight Dancing With the Stars.
Apparently Activision's been planning to do more for the Wii for over a year. More Wee 1ST games will be revealed soon - most likely at E3 next week. But what can we expect? Perhaps a collection of mediocre mini-games, the best of which is a barely functioning air hockey clone? Ha ha that is just crazy talk.
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