GameBrit takes a look back at some of the better titles available on wiiware, starting with launch title Lost Winds.
"The way wind is used to interact with Toku and his environment is well implemented and there are some great wind-based puzzles to tackle during the games admittedly short life span. But it's the subtle nature of the wind's influence on the game world that makes this game such a joy to play. Cherry blossom can be blown from trees and swirled around; Toku's clothing is blown about with any burst of wind; enemies and objects can be juggled playfully or hurled around the screen at a whim. There are so many little touches in control and presentation that you'd normally expect to find in an in-house Nintendo title."