Nintendo Shareholders Meeting Reveals 2011 Wii Plans
Yesterday, Nintendo mentioned an entirely new title, revived one some believed was dead, and reaffirmed development of a third.
As you can see in the videos preceding this news story, Nintendo showed off a handful of new Wii titles at an investor's meeting yesterday. Rhythm Heaven and the long-developed Kirby Wii game were two titles previously announced by Nintendo showcased at the event. When speaking of the Kirby title, Iwata apologized for its delay. Gameplay seems to be altered some from prior videos released, showing a lone Kirby without the created buddies or totem poles showcased in previously released screenshots and videos. Rhythm Heaven's video shows the game maintains it's quirky themes and simple-styled gameplay, but at this time, not much more is known about either game.
A surprise announcement was also made, featuring Tower of Pandora, a new Wii title due out in the first half of this year in Japan. Nintendo said the the game's development is nearly complete. Currently, there is no word on whether Tower of Pandora or the other two titles are to be released outside of Japan, though it is likely that given past franchise successes of Kirby and Rhythm Heaven, those two titles will make it overseas.
Much of the information in this article is courtesy of andriasang.com