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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It's a shame that the hardware and an insane amount of shovelware plagued the Wii's image.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> Still the top selling console of last generation. So I'm pretty sure it had a decent image...to say the least.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> Hard to argue on the sales, but this is the first time I remember that it really didn't feel like a winner. It did have a winning image... for a while.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> Well it's all perspective. The Wii has a very magnificent image to me.

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Just imagine if the Nintendo wii was the wiiu back then like it should have been. These games would be unparalleled masterpieces. It sucks these great games look terrible for the most part.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> I disagree that these games look terrible. Artistic quality can be found in even the oldest games (if you try and tell me Mega Man X looks terrible...for example...your credibility will dissipate immediately). Anyway, I think the thing that people seem to forget the most is that Nintendo is STRICTLY a game company. Sony and Microsoft have other areas of income so that they CAN take risks with their gaming departments. Nintendo doesn't have that luxury of funding and whatnot. Look at Sega. They took the leap and failed. Nintendo didn't want to fail the same way.


Nobody seems to realize this though...and instead spews out nonsense like "MS/Sony did it...so could Nintendo." Right...they could have...and then they would have turned into Sega.


Let's also not forget that the Wii was the top selling console of last generation. So clearly they did something right...even with the 'ugly' games as people say (I find super Mario Galaxy to be far more beautiful than most games I played on my PS3 and 360).

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All I was saying is give peace a chance

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<< LINK REMOVED >> I'm pretty sure that's not what you were saying...but I can settle with that.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> The cost of Wii U parts back in 2005 would have rivaled the PS3 in price. It probably would have killed Nintendo. The PS3 nearly killed Sony.

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Actually the Wii U would've easily been more expensive than the PS3, along with the risk of the controller not even working properly.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> I would've been happy to pay that price. I suspect most gamers would have, too. Minus the Gamepad and Blu-ray, of course.

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If Microsoft and Sony could make hd consoles so could have Nintendo.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> And it didn't help them. N64 had tons of innovative games but few sales. Gamecube was superior to PS2 but didn't help in sales. If they tried the power game with the Wii back in 2005 they probably wouldn't exist as they do today.

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Nintendo always made cutting edge consoles up until the wii, they just changed their marketing strategies to appeal to a broader audience.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> I doubt it. Instead of the 10 billion surplus Nintendo got from the Wii they would have ended up in debt like Sony and MS. Nintendo made a profit from launch, vs Sony losing 300$ for every console sold.

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I'd add Mario Galaxy, Muramasa, Fire Emblem: RD, No More Heroes 2, Sonic Colors, A Boy and his Blob, and Kirby Return to Dreamland to the list. Also, while Nights: Journey of Dreams had some issues, overall I enjoyed it and it was a treat to return to the world from such a classic game.Yeah, the Wii had some great titles, of course the less knowledgeable people only look at the shovelware and don't take time to hunt down the good stuff.

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Phantom Brave is my favorite.

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Honorable Mentions:

Little Kings Story

Kirby Return To Dreamland

A Boy and His Blob

Trauma Team

Madworld

Sonic Colors

Muramasa Demon Blade

Fragile Dreams

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Your list is spot on. I would've also added Sin and Punishment: Star Successor to that list as well.

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That game is on my shelf lol. Just forgot to mention it.

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<< LINK REMOVED >>- Agree (esp. Muramasa and Madworld)

I also quite enjoyed (read, was significantly traumatised by) the Wii release of Fatal Frame II.


I haven't tried it, but World of Goo was meant to be good on Wii as well.


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Did you hear they announced a new Fatal Frame for Wii U? Really hoping they bring it to North America.

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >>that sounds badass, I hope they do too!

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Yup - first time Nintendo have actually got me interested in their new console.


Mind you, I've also heard that mediocre sales of the franchise outside of Japan may signify the games' restriction to that market only. :|

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I know Tom McShea played Little King Story for sure, but where is it?

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Little King's Story is oddly missing.

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As someone that never owned a Wii, taking advantage of the Wii U's backwards compatibility is quite nice.


Speaking of RE4, the thing that I never understood is that RE4 on the Wii sold over a million units alone on that platform, even after the release on the GameCube and PS2; hell, the Wii was backwards compatible to the GameCube at the time of RE4 Wii Edition's release. So why the hell did Capcom make a light-gun shooter when the RE4 play style is proven to be popular on the Wii? Not asking for a port of RE5, but a game that takes place in between RE4 and 5.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> The Wii version had content that the GameCube version did not. I think the RE4 play style for RE4.5 would've been too expensive.

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It would have been nice, instead of putting Metroid Prime 3 in, they reviewed the trilogy package and put that on here.

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Fire Emblem, No More Heroes 2

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Question: Why SMG2 over SMG1?

SMG1 was significantly more innovative than SMG2, more open-ended to a degree, had more interesting stuff in it, and didn't hold your hand, AND didn't have as dumb a final battle.

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Both games are for 10/10 me, though the sequel is more of an 11/10. I think the sequel improved upon the first in many ways. It's just a more diverse, delectable treat in every way imaginable compared to its predecessor, which was, at its time, the best 3D platformer ever released, in my opinion.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> I actually disagree. I liked SMG2 FAR more than SMG1. The way I like to describe it: SMG1 was an 3D platform/adventure game that happened to have Mario themes in it. SMG2 was a Mario game that happened to be a 3D platform/adventure game. SMG2 simply felt more Mario to me...and thus I enjoyed it a lot more. This is all relative of course...SMG1 still blew me away. SMG2 merely blew me away more. Also I thought the final battle in SMG1 was really lame and liked SMG2 better in that regard too. That being said, I can understand why somebody would pick 1 over 2.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> SMG1 was also more tedious, repetitive and boring after the first couple of worlds.

Finally, innovation is of no importance in retrospect. It's like claiming that the first car ever built is better than a modern one because it was "more innovative".

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> I didn't experience nearly as much tedium as you're making out to have in the original.

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@DanielL5583 @Bellum_Sacrum Yeah I don't agree about the tedium (by agree, I mean with Daniel). I felt like both games did a really good job of offering variety throughout the game.

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Looking at this list makes me realize how many fun and different games were on the Wii. If you haven't tried it I recommend Muramasa. Its a 2d action game with lots of swordplay and combos. It also has a great art style.

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I own a wii and the only game i ever bought for it was super smash bros, dont think ill be doing it again with the next nintendo console

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> yeah good games aren't just going to fall into your lap...I'm glad I bought my Wii cause I've some games on this list and some that aren't, but should be

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<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> I've got more exclusives on my Wii that I love than I do on my 360 or my PS3. That's pretty good in my books.

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I haven't played Xenoblade and I've only started to play The Last Story.

So, with that in mind, right now my personal top 5 Wii games are:

1. Super Mario Galaxy 2 (2010)
2. Super Mario Galaxy (2007)
3. Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition (2007)
4. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
5. WarioWare: Smooth Moves (2007)

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<< LINK REMOVED >> I love you. I talk to too many people who hated SMG2. I for one, liked it more than part 1 as well :). The Last Story really made me happy...I hope you enjoy it.

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the original red steel was one of my favourites, an excellent game with 4 player split screen, many fun hours killing eachother as green dragons :)

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There's a ton of those I still need to pick up. I still think they should have released NSMB2 on Wii and let the Wii U cook for another year. A 2013 release and a giant library would have went a long way towards a better launch.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> Probably would have been a great idea. If the Wii U launched when Super Mario 3D World launched they may have been able to make it a little better (technologically). That being said...I'm fully satisfied with my Wii U experience right now.

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The first Super Mario Galaxy isn't on the list... why?
It even was Gamespot's 2007 GOTY!

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Xenoblade Chronicles and Kirby's Epic Yarn. Alright, I'm happy!

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Some good games there.

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