Games based on PS2 releases with varying degrees of Wii-centric features.
When the Nintendo Gamecube settled into third place during the previous console generation, many publishers shifted their efforts to the vastly more popular - and profitable - PlayStation 2 and Xbox. But the surprise success of the Wii, which just crossed the five million sales mark (faster than any other console in video game history), has publishers scrambling to get their games back on Nintendo's mass-market machine.
Unfortunately, this has led to a lot of catalog mining. Previous-gen PS2 and Xbox games like Ubisoft's "Blazing Angels" and "Prince of Persia" were gussied up with Wii Remote controls and then shoved out the door to capitalize on the system's momentum.