Augmenting the already revealed Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat and Pikmin, five other titles have been announced.
During Nintendo's presentation in Japan at the start of their Fall Media Summit, President Satoru Iwata announced that a handful of GameCube
would be receiving a Wii update. The re-released games are also now confirmed to have updated controls to work with the Wii Remote
Two of those titles have already been revealed as Pikmin and Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat. IGN has further investigated to find the full lineup of titles, which includes Pikmin 2, Chibi-Robo!, Mario Tennis
Metroid Prime, and Metroid Prime
Furthermore, Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat will be released in Japan on December 11, followed by Pikmin on December 25. Pikmin will retail for 3,800 yen ($36), which is 2,000 yen ($19) less than a typical first-party Wii release in Japan.
There is currently no word on release of the selected Wii remakes outside of Japan.