New Nintendo Wii and DS games and accessories

Nintendo aanounced the following announcements at the E3 Media and Business Summit in Los Angeles:

An enhancement for the Wii Remote controller, Wii MotionPlus, will more quickly and accurately reflect motions in a 3-D space. The Wii MotionPlus accessory attached to the end of the Wii Remote and, combined with the accelerometer and the sensor bar, allows for more comprehensive tracking of a player’s arm position and orientation, providing players with an unmatched level of precision and immersion.

The long awaited sequel to Wii Sports is coming – Wii Sports Resort. Wii Sports Resort will come packaged with the WiiMotion Plus accessory to provide incredibly realistic motion experience in new games including Sword Play, Power Cruising and Disc Dog.

Animal Crossing makes its way to Wii with Animal Crossing: City Folk. Connect with other players in new ways using WiiConnect 24, or chat with other players on the new WiiSpeak microphone as you move into a fun community populated by quirky animals.

Also available on Wii will be Wii Music – jam to tunes even if you don’t know anything about music! With more than 60 different instruments you can strum, shake, tap and drum along in a musical playground where there are no mistakes. Come up with creative arrangements which you can send to your friends via WiiConnect24.

Nintendo DS remains on top with more than 40 million units sold worldwide. New titles for Nintendo DS include Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. Play as a Pokemon Ranger as you work to help people in a new area called Almia Region; meet and capture all kinds of different Pokemon as you progress to the highest Ranger rank: Top Ranger.

Coming exclusively to Nintendo DS will be a new entry in Rockstar Games’ award winning Grand Theft Auto franchise – Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. Another exclusive title for Nintendo DS will be Activision’s Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades, and Nintendo DS will also welcome wild and wonderful critters with Spore Creatures from Electronic Arts.

Source: Nintendo