Nintendo will begin selling digital versions of Wii games on Wii U, the company has annonuced.
The new range will reproduce some of the last-gen console's top titles, although there is no word of any enhancements.
Nintendo will start by selling Super Mario Galaxy 2 starting later today.
Donkey Kong Country Returns will launch on 22nd January while the excellent Metroid Prime Trilogy will arrive on 29th January.
Kirby's Adventure Wii, Pandora's Tower, Punch-Out and Sin & Punishment will be added to the range in the future, too.
Each game will cost £8.99 during its first week on sale, then raise in price to £17.99 afterwards.