The Best Wii Games

Wii-riffic.

If you're looking purely at sales numbers for the last generation of consoles, Nintendo's Wii was far and away at the top of the pile, selling more units than the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Despite this, there are plenty of people who think that there were no "good" games released for Nintendo's groundbreaking console. We're here to bust that myth with our list of the must-have games for the Wii. Do you agree with our choices? Sound off in the comments below.

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Call of Duty Black Ops

"Call of Duty: Black Ops on the Wii is almost every bit as excellent as its HD console counterparts. New modes and mechanics give a jolt of energy to the lively competitive multiplayer; the engrossing new campaign is one of the best in the series; Combat Training mode allows anyone to enjoy the thrills of arena combat; and Zombies mode provides a goofy, gory diversion." -- Read our review

Donkey Kong Country Returns

"Donkey Kong Country Returns doesn't hide behind any gimmicks. This is a traditional take on 2D platformers, and it excels because the brilliant level design makes old obstacles seem new again. Every level hides a new surprise, and you'll replay them over and over again not only to nab every hidden collectible, but also because they're exquisitely entertaining." -- Read our review

Rock Band 3

"Rock Band 3 not only introduces new and exciting things to the world of rhythm games, but it does almost everything better than those that have come before it. When it comes to accessible, inventive, and immensely entertaining music video games, nobody does it better than Rock Band 3." -- Read our review

Kirby's Epic Yarn

"Kirby's Epic Yarn makes it clear from the get-go that it is an adorable game that will put a smile on your face through its outstanding visual design, but the delights go much deeper than the delectable aesthetics. Clever levels with varied objectives make it a blast to play, and though the main story is way too easy, there are at least challenging minigames to unlock for those who want to test their reflexes." -- Read our review

Mario Kart Wii

"The all-new stunt system, simplified drifting mechanics, natural motion controls, and expansive online integration all come together in a single package that, despite a few hiccups, is one of the best and most accessible experiences available on the Nintendo Wii." -- Read our review

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

"If you expected Metroid Prime 3: Corruption to be a high-quality continuation of the series, you'd be right. And yes, the Wii controls are terrific and intuitive, so if you hoped that controlling bounty hunter Samus Aran would be a dream, that wish has been granted, too." -- Read our review

Monster Hunter Tri

"This action/role-playing series finally reaches its potential with Tri, which renders its wild paradise in beautiful detail and lets you team up with friends or strangers online to tame it. A few of the game's facets are stubbornly mired in the past, such as a couple of awkward control issues and some online oddities. But this is, finally, what Monster Hunter had the potential to be all along: intense, involving, and most importantly, great fun." -- Read our review

New Super Mario Bros Wii

"New Super Mario Bros. Wii has more than nostalgia to back it up. While it doesn't stray too far from what's come before it, New Super Mario Bros. Wii's tight gameplay, multitude of secrets, accessibility for newcomers thanks to the nifty Super Guide, and some fun multiplayer additions all add up to a great platformer that Mario fans and nonfans alike should enjoy." -- Read our review

No More Heroes

"The fantastic combat is more than enough reason to revisit No More Heroes. This time, SUDA-51 has delivered a game that can match its absurd premise with equally stimulating gameplay, making for one of the most unique and satisfying action games in recent memory." -- Read our review

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Okami

"There's much more to this game than you've probably come to expect from the typical action adventure experience, and the game is so well crafted from top to bottom that it's bound to impress just about anyone who gives it a chance." -- Read our review

Punch-Out!!

"Although the Wii version of Punch-Out plays almost identically to the NES original, the formula is still as intense, addictive, and fun as it ever was. The roster is mostly composed of fighters from the earlier games, but they are as exhilarating to fight now as they were the first time and come with a number of new moves and techniques that will flummox even the more hardened Punch-Out veterans." -- Read our review

Resident Evil 4

"The best games are worth playing through all over again. Not only does RE4 itself remain a heart-pounding thrill ride and a modern classic, but the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controls breathe new life into a game that is still a treat to play." -- Read our review

Dead Space: Extraction

"Dead Space Extraction has been built from the ground up to offer a more strategic, story-oriented experience that acts as a second meaningful entry in the Dead Space universe. Extraction pulls no punches and delivers an uncompromised horror experience, complete with the series' famous strategic dismemberment, spooky atmosphere, and intense action." -- Read our review

Super Mario Galaxy 2

"It's the expertly designed levels that will keep you coming back, even after you've seen everything this game has to offer, just to experience it one more time. This is an instant classic that belongs alongside the best games Nintendo has ever created." -- Read our review

Super Paper Mario

"Super Paper Mario stands as an engaging and fun Wii game that's well worth your time. Super Paper Mario's humorous story, accessible gameplay, inventive design, cool visual style, and impressive amount of content give it an undeniable charm. Anyone with a Wii should check it out." -- Read our review

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

"Whether you're a diehard Smash Bros. fanatic or a neophyte brawler, you'll be pleased to know that Super Smash Bros. Brawl includes a plethora of impressive characters, features, and game modes, and is more accessible and fun than ever before." -- Read our review

Super Mario Galaxy 2 is one of the best games ever. Ever.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is one of the best games ever. Ever.

Tatsunoko vs Capcom: Ultimate All Stars

"While fighting veterans will revel in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom's deeply satisfying combat, the game is without a doubt one of the easiest in the genre to jump into, thanks to control schemes that cater to everyone from brawling neophytes to air combo aficionados." -- Read our review

The Last Story

"It's a familiar tale, but The Last Story is far from a familiar game. It's a deep, fast-paced JRPG, that evolves the genre in ways that enhance its existing tropes, without stripping away at its soul." -- Read our review

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

"Twilight Princess is a great game that stays extremely true to the Zelda franchise's past. That's excellent news for fans of the series, who'll find in Twilight Princess a true-blue Zelda game with updated visuals, some new twists, plenty of challenging puzzles, and a faithful dedication to the series' roots." -- Read our review

WarioWare: Smooth Moves

"This game is totally built around the Wii Remote and maintains, if not surpasses, the level of absolute random insanity that has made the whole series so appealing. It's a terrific use of the Wii's unique control features, it looks amazing, and in short, it should be a part of your library." -- Read our review

Wii Fit

"Wii Fit takes the whole concept of games as exercise to a new level with the inclusion of a balance board peripheral that can tell you on the fly exactly how well--or how poorly--you're doing with its various activities. As such, Nintendo is heavily marketing this innovative title as a mixture of fitness and fun, and for the most part it works." -- Read our review

Wii Sports Resort

"holiday. Wii Sports Resort shines as a fun, accessible, and varied multiplayer experience, and while not all of its minigames are top-notch, there's plenty here to make this a great party game for any Wii owner." -- Read our review

Xenoblade in action.
Xenoblade in action.

Xenoblade Chronicles

"It has everything that seasoned JRPG veterans are looking for, but it also manages to lift the barrier for entry for those new to the genre. It retains the traditions it wants to and modernises the aspects it needs to. It's not only one of the best JRPGs in years; it's also one of the best RPGs regardless of subgenre. Xenoblade Chronicles is a captivating, magical game which deserves to be hailed as the revolution it is." -- Read our review

Zack and Wiki Quest for Barbaros' Treasure

"It might not win you over with its characters or story, but it will with its wonderfully crafted puzzles and sharp control mechanics. It's just the sort of game Wii owners have been pining for, the sort of game that blends accessibility and challenge into one seamless whole, and does it without devolving into yet another minigame collection." -- Read our review

House of the Dead: Overkill

"Overkill reinvents the aging shooter series for the better with an over-the-top grindhouse theme that resonates in its every aspect, from the hilarious story to the fantastic vintage soundtrack." -- Read our review

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Funny how the most successful console was the first one to die.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> People actually need good games to keep playing it. People just wised up to the fraud that was the Wii

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After 4 years? You must think the general populous is extremely stupid then if it took them 4 years to "wise up to the fraud that was the Wii."

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Then I can (in all fairness) say that the "stupid general populous" just gave into the media hype surrounding Sony/Microsoft, since they clearly can't seem to think for themselves. I mean look how popular Apple's become despite being more expensive and sporting less power and freedom with hardware than their competitions, but only because the media makes Apple seem like the best thing ever.

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That's definitely partly because unlike the other console manufactures, especially Sony; Nintendo hasn't been very good at all at supporting it's consoles after it moves onto the next generation unfortunately.

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Where are the other lists?

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Take Out- WarioWare Smooth Moves + Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

Replace with- Wario Land: Shake it. Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.


Add: Endless Ocean: Blue World. A boy and his blob. Bit.trip Runner. Tales of Monkey Island. GoldenEye 007.

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I want to play Xenoblade Chronicles soooo badly.

I have to find a copy.........

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<< LINK REMOVED >> keep checking Gamestop's used section. I know it's crazy, but I was in a local store maybe a week ago and saw two copies. Granted, they still sell for $60, but it's completely worth it, a great game! Best of luck!

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> I know! I seen Xenoblade chronicles there USED for 60 daing bucks!!! like NEW WII games cost 50 clams!! they shouldn't be able to do that...I don't like them....wtf that shiz pissed me off I only had 50 on me so I got RE4 Wii edition and Monster Hunter Tri instead for about 30 I think for both of dem

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<< LINK REMOVED >> NoA mishandle this badly..giving monopoly to 1 store is never a good idea...hope you can find one decently price.

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Good luck finding a legit copy that's not ten times the rrp, I caved and went to the home brew.

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There's also Konami's Rebirth games that's exclusive to the Wii Shop. I have Contra Rebirth. Castlevania Rebrth looks great.

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what about Super Mario Galaxy? I think its one of the best Marios ever made, can't say that about the second which i always found boring and not very galaxy like, first looked much better had more details, better levels and a much better overworld - it was as good as Mario 64, SMG2 is more like the first of the Mario 3D Land/world games and 3D World was ... not the laft of what expected from the game, but nintendo said ist just a money maker and system seller and say want to do a real 3D Mario, i hope that will be true and and taht it will be the next step in the line of Super Mario World, Mario 64 and Mario galaxy.


the Metroid Prime Trilogy is the best the Wii can offer, first and second may be related to the gamecube, but they are not half as good as they are on the Wii, the trilogy boxset was a very special offer for a very good price, its pirce is now at 4th or 5th of what it coast when i bought it.


Call of Duty as the first game on this list? or even on this list? you dont need a wii for that and every other version is more of what it meant to play this game.

Black Ops may be the best Cod Game so far (i think its better then MW2, while both are far away from a good game), but it really shouldn't be on the list - every single exclusive on the list is much better.


good list but you forgot the best the wii can offer, so maybe its not that good ... ;-)



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The Wii is dead and buried. And I'm glad they left out Skyward Sword, overrated pile of trash.

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Overrated? It may have been overrated by reviewers, but many people claim that game to be the worst 3D Zelda

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lol wut?

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<< LINK REMOVED >> oooh and it sounds like you're the one with dirt on your hands...your comment is indeed overrated heeheehahaha

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Better value for more entertainment than ps3 and 360 combined.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> Pick any genre, except platformer(Nintendo owns this) and Xbox and PS3 bury the Wii as far as games go.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> umm... No. I can ramble off 400 good games for the PS3 and 360, can't even pick 20 I like on the wii, and most of my list includes Mario. Where is the more entertainment?

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> I betcha most of those 400 games involve gritty shooters with a color palette of varying shades of grey and brown.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> Most of those i play on my PC. Why would you play a game like witcher on a console anyways? You pay the same amount of money for an inferior version of the game.

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@CptMorgan21 @DoomglooM@randomkidlol blah blah blah is that all ya got? All you Nintendo *hating people sound like preprogrammed robots...durr mario durrr uhhh kiddieeee uhh durrrr lol I'd have Mario jump on yo head...and you couldn't name 100 good games for BOTH systems ya liar!

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> Wow, you are pretty ignorant dude. Maybe you would like them more if Mario was in the title. Enjoy your 10 good games!

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> DIABLO 3 SUCKS! and so does FALLOUT and KINDA DEAD RISING and ARKHAM SERIES...SAINTS ROW 1 was good the rest SUCKED!!! 2 was ok but it SUCKED! and CaptMorgan SUCKS TOO you NEWBIE CRONIE!! lol

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> There are a lot of great shooters, but.....Skyrim, Mirrors edge, Darksiders, Castlevania LOS, Fallout, Fable, Dead Space, Red Dead Redemption, Dishonored, XCOM, GTA, Saints Row, Dark Souls, Portal, Final Fantasy, Diablo 3, Devil May Cry, Splinter Cell, Metal Gear Solid, Dead Rising, Alan Wake, Mass Effect, Arkham Series, Dragon Age, The Witcher, 15+ good fighting games, 15+ good racers, just to name a few. Could go on for hours

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But see, when you look at this list, you end up realizing that people have really jumped the gun on writing off the Wii U. A lot of these titles weren't early in the Wii's release, and the Wii U hasn't released a lot of the "next of kin" to what's on this list. Okay, there's a New Super Mario Bros U already, but Mario Kart 8 and the next Smash are still in the works, and there's plenty of time in the future for Galaxy 3, Rock Band 4, and sequels to other listed games.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> Mk8 is on its way as i would say - one mounth isnt far away.

the X trailers already look great and extacly what i wanted after playing xenoblade, i am sure that twill be THE JRPG of this gen.there a lot sequels to other games in the list as well and still some in works.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> It's the same with All consoles...things take time....I know the PS4 and Xbone have so many groundbreaking must own titles out already! what's wrong Nintendo!!! pffft lol

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Thanks Nintendo! Thank you for making overpriced underpowered consoles to play childish games on. Thanks for catering to my Peter Pan syndrome. The world is a lie

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Says a great deal about your level of maturity and mentality when you call the games listed on here as "childish" considering not a single title on this list (or among the overall best Wii games) can be considered "childish" well, except maybe House of the Dead Overkill with it blatant violence and lewdness.

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So your a wii fanboy today? Can't wait for tommorrow

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We cant

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I'm lonely play Mario cart with me

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With as many HD remakes that the next gen consoles are getting I'm surprised that Nintendo wouldn't do the same for the Wii U just for the sake of giving us people some friggin games to play. HD Super Mario Galaxy 2 would be nice or an HD beef-up of the Metroid Prime trilogy. Are you listening Nintendo? No? Figures.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> Wii U is backwards compatible to the Wii. Not paying attention to that? Figures.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >>Who said anything about the Wii U not being able to play Wii games? Of course, the Wii U can play Wii games with the old controllers and at 480p. Some games benefit from the 480p bump but a lot of games look like they went through a meat grinder ("Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition" looks absolutely terrible). I say bump some of those Wii games up to 1080p, give them higher resolution textures, anti-aliasing, real-time shadows, and Wii U pad support. They did it with Wind Waker and it sold some hardware.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> You did, troll. It's clear that you have no intention of buying those HD remakes, you just want to make NIntendo look bad, troll.

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That's what I'm talking about!

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