Wii Autumn/Winter 2011 European release schedule detailed


Nintendo of Europe have today unveiled the Autumn/Winter 2011 release schedule for Wii.

Whilst a number of games are still to be dated, it confirms The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for November 18th, and that Pandora’s Tower and The Last Story will release in Europe next year.

The list of forthcoming titles is as follows:

* WiiWare – Flight Control (Firemint) 18 – Aug
* Xenoblade Chronicles (Nintendo) 19 – Aug
* Driver San Francisco (Ubisoft) 1-Sep
* Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident (Nintendo) 9-Sept
* Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension (Disney Interactive Studios) 15-Sep
* Nintendo Selects The Legend of Zelda ™ : Twilight Princess (Nintendo) 16-Sep
* Nintendo Selects Super Mario Galaxy ™ (Nintendo) 16-Sep
* WiiWare – escapeVektor™: Chapter 1 (Nnooo) Sep
* X-Men Destiny (Activision) Late Sept (UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Nordics, Benelux)
* Just Dance 3 (Ubisoft) 11-Oct
* Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure (Activision) 14-Oct
* The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (Ubisoft) 20-Oct
* Disney Universe (Disney Interactive Studios) 27-Oct
* Spider-Man: Edge of Time (Activision) Oct
* Need for Speed The Run (Electronic Arts) 15-Nov
* Family Trainer Magical Carnival (Namco Bandai Games Europe S.A.S.) 18-Nov
* The Legend of Zelda ™ : Skyward Sword (Nintendo) 18-Nov
* PES 2012 (Konami) Nov
* Rayman Origins (Ubisoft) Nov
* Power Rangers Samurai (Namco Bandai Games Europe S.A.S.) Nov
* Happy Feet 2 (Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment) Nov
* Kirby ‘s Adventure Wii (Nintendo) Dec
* Go Vacation (Namco Bandai / Nintendo) Autumn
* White Wii** with Wii Party ™ & Wii Sports ™ (Nintendo) Q4
* Ben 10 Galactic Racing (Namco Bandai Games Europe S.A.S.) Q4
* Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3 (Activision) Q4
* WiiWare – MotoHeroz (Redlynx) Q4
* WiiWare – La-Mulana (Nicalis) Q4
* The Last Story ™ (Nintendo) Coming to Europe in 2012
* Pandora’s Tower ™ (Nintendo) Coming to Europe in 2012

Comments 2
  1. Is this a complete list, as I’m a bit concerned that ‘Fortune Street’ and ‘Rhythm Heaven’ aren’t listed?

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