Nintendo will bring the final two Wii Sports mini-games, Baseball and Boxing, to Wii U on 27th June and offer all Wii U users free access for two days.
The mini-games are the last Wii Sports activities to be updated for Wii Sports Club, Nintendo's HD re-make of the Wii original.
Baseball and Boxing will be available at a discounted price of £8.99 for the pair - cheaper than the other sports (likely because they are two of the least popular).
Nintendo will stop manufacturing Wii consoles in Japan soon.
Nintendo has announced the Wii Sports Club, which sees the original Wii Sports mini-games - bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf - return on Wii U in HD.
Famous England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff might have saved Nintendo UK boss David Yarnton's life.
The Nintendo Wii has fallen to £89 in the UK - its lowest ever price in shops.
Nintendo will launch the upcoming Wii redesign as part of a new hardware bundle available 4th November in the UK.
Named the Wii Family Edition, the pack contains original boxed-in classic Wii Sports and last year's mini-game compilation Wii Party.
A Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk are also included.
The upcoming Wii redesign will be the same size as Nintendo's current model.
The current Wii console is to be phased out in Europe, Nintendo has told Eurogamer. It will be replaced by the just-announced new Wii design.
Nintendo will launch a redesigned version of the Wii in time for Christmas.
The shop-price of a Wii console has dropped below £100 for the very first time.
The rumoured Wii price cut and budget Wii games range has this morning been confirmed by Nintendo.
From 20th May in Europe (and 15th May in the US), the price of a Wii console bundle (with either Mario Kart Wii & Wii Wheel or Wii Sports Resort & Wii Sports) will drop to £129.99 ($149.99).
On the same day, Nintendo will introduce a Nintendo Selects budget-price Wii game range. Titles cost £19.99 ($19.99).
Broadmoor Hospital, Britain's high-security psychiatric hospital and home to many of the nation's most notorious criminals, has bought a truck-load of Nintendo Wiis.
Wii Sports Resort has sold nearly seven million units since its launch earlier this year and the original Wii Sports has now topped 50 million sold, Nintendo has told investors.
A trusted retail source has told Eurogamer that the UK will receive a special Wii bundle this Christmas instead of a price cut.
Nintendo's profits may be down a bit, but four of the company's games still managed to sell more than a million units between April and June.
Nintendo has revealed that Wii Sports has sold an outrageous 45.7m copies, making it the biggest-selling videogame ever, according to Wikipedia. Only Super Mario Bros. comes close with 40.23m sales.
But sales at the peak of the all-time charts are distorted, as each of the biggest games has come bundled with hardware. Wii Sports is packed with Wii, Super Mario Bros. was packed with NES, Tetris (33m) was packed with GameBoy and Super Mario World (20m) was packed with SNES.
Similarly, Wii Play's enormous 22.9m sales can be attributed to people wanting another Wii controller. You may even say 18.2m people were after a Wii Fit balance board, or that 15.4m people wanted a Mario Kart Wii steering wheel. You might say that because you've seen the next-best Wii seller only posting half as many sales.
It's official - the Wii has gone so "mainstream" it's now hanging out at Hollywood's biggest globally televised circle jerk.
Five schools in Worcestershire have been using the Wii in physical education classes to encourage youngsters to get active.
Nintendo is happy because its Wii console has shifted a meaty 5 million on home turf in Japan, GamesIndustry.biz reports.
UK brain-injury charity Headway believes patients playing Wii are recovering more quickly.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says that a Wii Sports sequel isn't the inevitability you might imagine.
Scottish exercise master Zander Urquhart has become the first coach to offer Wii fitness classes.
The PAL version of Nintendo Wii will ship with a boxed version of Wii Sports rather than a bare disc as it did in the US, we can confirm. And - yes - we can confirm that because Nintendo's finally gotten around to sending us its brand new console.
Shigeru Miyamoto's hinted that the custom Wii Tennis characters we all had a good laugh about at E3 were more than just a conference showpiece.