The HD remake of the Wii launch title released digitally last year with tennis and bowling. They were soon followed by golf, and are expected to be joined by baseball and boxing by July, when a retail edition of the game will reportedly launch in Japan.
Each sport is priced at £8.99 / €9.99 / $9.99, but users also have the option to purchase a £1.79 / €1.99 / $1.99 day pass providing unlimited access to all sports for 24 hours.
Sports can all be played in online multiplayer and have been fitted with Miiverse functionality. Wii MotionPlus controllers are required to play since they offer "more refined control" than the original Wii Remote.
CVG wrote in November 2013 when the game launched in the west: "Online play will doubtless appeal to some, and Wii Sports Club will raise a laugh at parties, especially for younger players who may not remember the original game.
"Then again, if local play is your plan, the original Wii Sports disc will run on your Wii U, and the local multiplayer gameplay experience is virtually the same - with no extra costs and all five sports to boot."