Nintendo Lists and Details Upcoming Wii Games, Including Zelda, Mario, Metroid and New RPGS

After looking back at the past year with impressive sales figures, Nintendo is now looking ahead to the future, detailing some upcoming Wii games in the process.

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As expected, the upcoming year will bring a number of high-profile titles to the popular platform, including Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Metroid: Other M, with Japan getting at least two new Wii-exclusive RPGs: The Last Story and XENOBLADE.

A breakdown of all the upcoming Nintendo-published games listed by the company in today's financial filings follows, along with any relevant comments made by Nintendo president Satoru Iwata during his presentation to investors.

Of course, that's not all Nintendo has to offer. "Nintendo values the 'freshness' of our product information," teased Iwata, "and in general disclose information of our major titles to be launched at year-end during the E3 show...held in Los Angeles in June."

    Upcoming Nintendo Published Wii Games

      Endless Ocean: Blue World - Akira
      Also known as Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep
        Japan: Released September 2009
        North America: February 22, 2010
        Europe: February 5, 2010

      Kirby Wii
        Japan: Summer 2010
        North America: Not Listed
        Europe: Not Listed

      The Last Story - Mistwalker
        Japan: 2010
        North America: Not Listed
        Europe: Not Listed

        Described by Iwata as "another full-scaled RPG" based around "the universal theme of human emotion."


      The Legend of Zelda
        Japan: TBA
        North America: Not Listed
        Europe: Not Listed

        "We will show the new Zelda title for Wii at this year's E3," vowed Iwata, echoing earlier reports.


      Line Attack Heroes
        Japan: TBA
        North America: TBA
        Europe: TBA

      Metroid: Other M - Team NINJA
        Japan: Summer 2010
        North America: 2010
        Europe: 2010

      Sin and Punishment 2 - Treasure
        Japan: Released October 2009
        North America: Q1 2010
        Europe: 2010

      Spin Smasher
        Japan: TBA
        North America: TBA
        Europe: TBA

      Super Mario Galaxy 2
        Japan: 2010
        North America: 2010
        Europe: 2010

      Wii Vitality Sensor Software
        "At the E3 this year, we would like to show you a software that utilizes Wii Vitality Sensor, which we announced at last year's E3 show," said Iwata.

      XENOBLADE - Monolith Software
      (Also known as Monado: Beginning of the World)
        Japan: Spring 2010
        North America: 2010
        Europe: Not Listed

        "We decided to call it XENOBLADE to honor Mr. Tetsuya Takahashi who poured his soul into making this and who has been working on the XENO series," explained Iwata.