Those of you who've dabbled in a spot of other console gaming over the past few years may have tried a somewhat unheard-of game known as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It launched on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC - heck, even the DS got its own version, but Wii owners were left totally lacking. Until this November, that is.
Yes, almost two years since its first release, those Wii owners who didn't want the game enough to go out and buy it on another console can finally play it on their favourite motion-controlled console, with Activision set to release it on November 10th, the same day as Modern Warfare 2 hits for other consoles. Some may call it a masterstroke of scheduling synergy, but pity those poor shop assistants forced to explain to hard-up Wii-owning parents why their kids will only get to play a graphically-inferior version of a two-year old game.
Other than Activision's confirmation, they've released no further news about the game, with no word on online multiplayer, new missions, weapons or any other such bounties. As soon as we know, you'll know.