There are various rumours concerning previously unannounced Wii titles. Firstly, the most recent issue of GamePro magazine has apparently revealed the following games, according to GoNintendo.
*100 Bullets - Fall 2007*
Alive-TBA 2007, Ubisoft
Devil Kings Series - 2007 Capcom
Digimon- 2007 , Namco
DK bongo blast-spring 2007, Nintendo
Harry Potter and the order of the Phoenix- July, EA
Iron Man: The Movie, 2008, SEGA
Kirby- 2007 Nintendo
Legend of Dragon- 2007
Lost- 2007, Ubisoft
Machi Kuru Domino- 2007
Ratatouille- Fall 2007, THQ
*Mario Kart Wii- 2007, Nintendo*
*Pilot Wings -2007- Nintendo*
*Wii shooting- 2007*
*Wii motor sports airplane- 2007*
TNA impact- 2007, Midway
JAWA- 2007, spike
Wii music- October 2007
Space station Tycoon- Summer 2007- Namco
Dance Factory- March 2007
*Animal Crossing- 2007*
Raid over the River-2007
*Sadness- August- Nibris*
Some of these titles can be treated as confirmed. On his blog, Matt Casamassina wrote:
We all know DK Bongo Blast is gone from GameCube and reborn on Wii. The title is set for release on Nintendo's new system this year, along with Kirby, for that matter. Efforts like Wii Health and Wii Music will also be coming, but that's another blog post. For now, let's talk Bongo Blast.
Up until recently, people have speculated that Nintendo would make available some bongos for Wii so that peeps could best enjoy the experience. But I don't think so. Why? You've got the bongos already: the Wii remote and nunchuk.
Sorry for the late update. I have again been busy with the music video, which is going to be released next week. So expect more updates by then.
On-topic: There are some entries in that long list of games that I am sceptical about, particularly the Nibris games. I have tried to secure an interview with them for the Games Convention in Germany and they never replied. I sent them another three mails since, I believe, and still no word. Do not forget that I was mailing them as games editor for a major German television station and, as such, they turned down media coverage they are unlikely to get anywhere else.
I also think it is highly suspicious that they have not yet been able to reveal a publisher. And, to my knowledge, they have never gone on record stating that they actually have one. Also, I have yet to see proper in-game footage for any of their titles. The previously published material is either brutally short (I believe there may only have been screenshots, even for ´Raid of the River´) or not in-game. The ´Sadness´ teaser trailer showed nothing but real-life footage, which can hardly be technically viable for the entire game.
EDIT GoNintendo has updated their site by posting a screenshot from the magazine.
Sources: The_legend_of_drtre, GoNintendo, Matt Casamassina´s blog
Thanks to: MaxConsole