In a statement issued late Tuesday, the Japanese company said there will be 32 new titles forby the end of the year, as well as a roster of 30 classic games.
Among the new titles will be "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess," "Madden NFL '07," "Need for Speed: Carbon," "Call of Duty 3," "Marvel Ultimate Alliance," "Rampage: Total Destruction," "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Creature from Krusty Krab," "Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam," "Red Steel" and many others.
The Wii launch will come just two days after the planned November 17 launch date of Sony's own next-generation video game console, the.
On October 19, Sony said it would launch the PS3 with 22 titles.
Microsoft's next-generation entry, the