Set for release next month in Japan, Resident Evil: Wii Edition features “added Wii Remote and Nunchuck support [that] allows players to immerse themselves in the game as never before.” Video after the break.

What you get is the core GCN title plus both the added content and true 16:9 widescreen mode that the PS2 iteration brought to the table. The Ada Wong missions are in and the black bars are out, in other words. And on top of that, you get to control Leon with the nunchuk and aim at enemies with pinpoint accuracy using the Wii remote

[via IGN]

Set for release next month in Japan, Resident Evil: Wii Edition features “added Wii Remote and Nunchuck support [that] allows players to immerse themselves in the game as never before.” Video after the break.

What you get is the core GCN title plus both the added content and true 16:9 widescreen mode that the PS2 iteration brought to the table. The Ada Wong missions are in and the black bars are out, in other words. And on top of that, you get to control Leon with the nunchuk and aim at enemies with pinpoint accuracy using the Wii remote

[via IGN]