From the article posted on Gamertell:
"It's no secret that the Wii's success with casual markets has made the system a dumping ground for shovelware and complete crap. A quick walk down the aisle of your local game retailer will reveal stacks and stacks of titles that any self-respecting gamer would be hard-pressed to play for more than two minutes if it were a free browser game, let alone a full-priced retail product.
This is exactly why a game like Klonoa stands out - in a sea of colorful, family-friendly fare, it stands out like a beacon of quality, satisfaction, and pure, absolute joy. Sure, there are some great games on Wii - but aside from Nintendo's own stable (Mario, Zelda, Metroid) and a few excellent but adult-oriented experiences (Resident Evil 4, MadWorld, House of the Dead: Overkill), there's very little worth mentioning. "