If Wii U just doesn't feel right to you, maybe it's the crucial lack of Wii Sports. Nintendo is planning to fix that soon with the arrival of Wii Sports Club, which unleashes the various mini-games as individual downloads, and a pair of fresh videos show off some of the improvements.
Wii Sports Club was initially detailed during the September Nintendo Direct presentation. While it's disappointing to see what was once a free game split up into individual mini-games priced at $10 a pop, some of the new features like online play will no doubt be enticing for some.
In addition to straight up purchasing the sports, you'll be able to pay smaller fees for a 24-hour pass that includes all sports.
Tennis and Bowling arrive October 30 in Japan, with Golf, Baseball, and Boxing to come later. Wii Sports Club will make its debut in North America and Europe on November 7.
As a bonus, here's some Wii Fit U footage: