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Submitted by Aclay 882d ago | opinion piece

The Ten Best Wii RPGs

1UP- It's fair to say that the Wii's RPG library has flown under the radar over the years. Arguably the greatest moment for Wii RPGs was last year, when Operation Rainfall threw a spotlight on the very worthy Xenoblade Chronicles, Last Story, and Pandora's Tower, all of which were in danger of missing an American release at the time (Pandora's Tower never made it, sadly). Otherwise, the cliches about the Wii mostly true. The Wii's legacy will ultimately have a lot to do with minigames, fitness games, and platformers.

Here's the funny thing though -- there are more than a few good Wii RPGs out there. Many of them, like the aforementioned Xenoblade Chronicles, are as deep and interesting as anything you will find on the PlayStation 3. For that reason, the Wii is a system certainly worth revisiting for diehard RPGs fans. Many of this generation's best RPGs can be found right here. (Wii)

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