A retail listing confirms budget pricing, release date, true wide screen support, and more.
A full listing for Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition at the EB Games online store provides quite a bit of information on this newly announced game. Most importantly, the North American release date is June 25, 2007 with a retail price of only $29.95. This pricing marks a significant break from Capcom's previous policy on Resident Evil ports.
Additionally, the store listing mentions that the Wii version will support Dolby Pro Logic II (which was also in the GameCube version) and "true 16:9 widescreen" (which was NOT available in the GameCube or PS2 versions). This means that owners of standard-ratio televisions will still have letterboxes while playing the game, but wide screen TV owners will finally be able to play the game without letterboxes.
As previously confirmed, the Wii version also features new controls, with the pointer feature being used for weapons aiming and various motion controls used for swiping Leon's knife and performing actions during cut-scenes. Content added to the PS2 conversion, such as extra missions for Ada Wong, will also be included in the Wii edition.