Amongst the likes of Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Kart there's whole host of other games on Wii that are more than worthy of a look. Check out five of the must-have Nintendo Wii games that you may have missed.
Did anyone not know about these games? If you visit N4G and sites like this then how could you have missed these? Yeah, I don't like these articles. Especially from websites that make be click 5 times to read a top 5 list. Is it so hard to put 5 pictures and paragraphs on one page?
The Wii just needs more space, cause its such a waste to have great games an not enough room to play & save.
Smooth Move's, give me a break. Wii is a waste of time and money until they start putting more suff out like ZeldaTP and Super Mario Galaxy, they can kiss my money goodbye.
@ vitz: Wow, clicking 5 times is too hard for me. It tires out my chubby fingers too quickly :( What a ridiculous complaint. @ Tarasque: I sure hope they don't put out anything else like TP. That game was a dreadful excuse for a Zelda title.
Great top 5 list. I have all of them, except for WarioWare. I love them all too. Amazing games. I used to think I was paying too highly for Okami, Zack and Wiki, Boom Blox, and Geometry Wars... until I played them! Okami, Boom Blox, and Geometry Wars are definitely worth every full-priced dime I paid for them. Zack and Wiki, while still a great game, was worth the price-drop wait. Get/rent these games if you haven't already, Wii owners!
My reason why! Addictive & Creative= worth every penny! plus this video is whos winning the videogame War!
Wow, you've got some dedication! Very nice though!
Actually, I would have to disagree with Warioware. Its one of the most dreadfull games I've played ever. Now, perhaps if you're playing with a group of people it may be ok...but otherwise...
Play it drunk and it's a hell of a lot better! ;)
They should've added a couple more games to the list: Mercury Meltdown Revolution & Blast Works
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