Nintendo officially put the Wii out to pasture when it launched the Wii U back in 2012, but the system - which has sold over 100 million units globally - isn't entirely dead yet.

Publisher Bigben Interactive is preparing to launch The Voice on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and - you guessed it - Wii this November. Based on the hit TV talent show, the title has been developed by Voxler and features artists such as Justin Bieber, Mark Ronson, Olly Murs, Queen, James Blunt, Culture Club, Jess Glynne, Kaiser Chiefs and the one and only Bonnie Tyler. (Ask your parents.)

While the decision to launch this title on an essentially dead system might seem odd, Bigben is keen to stress in its promotional materials that it will be fully compatible with the Wii U thanks to the fact that Wii titles can be played on the newer system - albeit in standard resolution rather than HD.

The Voice launches in the UK in November and will be available as a stand-alone release for £34.99 or with two microphones for £44.99.