Nintendo outlines Q1 Wii, DS releases

3DS may be mere weeks away, but Nintendo certainly hasn’t forgotten its established formats.

The platform holder’s latest release schedule lists some of the key new titles for Wii and DS, encompassing a mix of first-party and third party games, according to CVG.

Wii highlights include Kirby’s Epic Yarn and de Blob 2, as well as three titles to make the launch of THQ’s new uDraw tablet peripheral.

Meanwhile, DS owners can look forward to Pokmon Black & White, Okamiden, Plants Vs Zombies. There will also be two new retail bundles available on March 4th, combining a DSi with either Pokmon Black or White.

The full release schedule is as follows:

Family Party: 90 Great Games Party Pack – February 11 (D3P)
Kirby’s Epic Yarn – February 25 (Nintendo)
de Blob 2 – February 25 (THQ)
Williams Pinball Classics – March (Systems 3)
Pictionary (uDraw) – March 4 (THQ)
Dood’s Big Adventure (uDraw) – March 4 (THQ)
uDraw Studio with uDraw GameTablet – March 4 (THQ)
Fitness Coach Club – March (Ubisoft)
Challenge Me: Word Puzzles – March 11 (O-Games)
National Geographic Challenge! – March 18 (Black Bean Games)
LEGO Star Wars III The Clone Wars – March 25 (Activision/LucasArts)

Beauty Academy – February 4 (Tivola Publishing GmbH)
Lost Identities – February 18 (dtp)
The Mysterious Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde – February 18 (O-Games)
de Blob 2 – February 25 (THQ)
Nintendo DSi Pokmon Black Version Limited Edition bundle – March 4 (Nintendo)
Nintendo DSi Pokmon White Version Limited Edition bundle – March 4 (Nintendo)
Pokmon Black Version – March 4 (Nintendo)
Pokmon White Version – March 4 (Nintendo)
Bibi & Tina – Jump & Ride – March 4 (Kiddinx Entertainment GmbH)
Challenge Me: Word Puzzles – March 11 (O-Games)
Hop – March 18 (505 Games)
Okamiden – March 18 (Capcom)
Plants vs Zombies – March 18 (Mastertronic)
Emily Archer & the Curse of Tutankhamen – March 18 (Mastertronic)
Johnny Test – March 25 (Mastertronic)
LEGO Star Wars III The Clone Wars – March 25 (LucasArts)
Peppa Pig Theme Park Fun – March 25 (P2 Games)
Pucca Power Up – March (Rising Star Games)

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