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Submitted by SubtextDK 912d ago | opinion piece

Top 10 Third-Party Wii Games

With the end of the Nintendo Wii's development cycle approaching, let's take a look back at the best third-party titles the system offers. (Culture, Wii, Wii U)

AztecFalcon  +   912d ago
I had so much fun with Madworld.
SubtextDK  +   912d ago
Me too. I still play it from time to time.
deafdani  +   912d ago
Despite whatever the author of the article says, Xenoblade shouldn't be on this list. Yes, it's an AMAZING game, but it's not even second party, it's first party, because Monolith Soft is 100% owned by Nintendo now. So, it has no place in a list focusing on third party games.
MNGamer-N  +   912d ago
I liked DeBlob... the first one. It was a fun unique game.
zinger_AU  +   912d ago
yeah deblob was cool. i liked Night Journey of Dreams as well. also boom blox bash party was under rated. that game is frigging amazing.

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