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The Voice is set to release on Wii at the end of next week – that’s right, Wii rather than Wii U. We’ve posted the official launch trailer below.

Yes, you read that right: The Voice, based on the popular show of the same name, is being released on Wii, and not Wii U, in the UK this November (though you can obviously still play it on your Wii U thanks to the system’s Wii backwards compatibility).

The game will feature several modes taken from the TV show and a selection of 30 songs, including “Ruby” by Kaiser Chiefs, “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen, “Kiss Me” by Olly Murs and “Karma Charmeleon” by Culture Club.

The game will be available as either a stand-alone package with just the game for £34.99 or bundled with 2 microphones for £44.99.

Finally, take a look at the video below, which shows off some of the songs:


It might be 2016, but there are still companies out there putting games on Wii. Like Ubisoft with Just Dance. And now Bigben with The Voice.

The Voice is being made under the show’s official license, in collaboration with ITV and developer Voxler. It’s due out at the end of this year on Nintendo’s old console along with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The Voice fans can look forward to the following from the upcoming title:

“In The Voice video game, players will rediscover the show’s unique atmosphere as enjoyed by millions of viewers per broadcast: The Blind Auditions, The Battles, The Live Show and the famous red chairs. The Voice will include all your favourite hits and their official music videos to bring the show to an explosive level of fun. Grab your mic and become The Voice!”

Source: Bigben PR