Although the Nintendo Wii may be lacking in high-profile exclusive game releases in 2009, the system did have quite a few overlooked Wii-only titles.
Nice Article, I thought "A Boy and His Blob" could have been a little higher, but nonetheless you got the top 5 right!
New Super Mario Bros is awesome. A lot of fun and well worth the 50 bucks if you have a Wii.
House of the Dead Overkill!
definitely Dead Space: Extraction
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories isn't even in the honorable mentions? For shame.
True but the only thing is that the game was on more then just the wii and so it isn't an exclusive game.
better than the ONM top twenty list. Not sure about a boy and his blob though.
But Idk, I just don't like the lame motion controls. Like, they shouldn't have been added into super mario bros. wii. Well, actually, I can see some people like them, so at least give people an option to not have to use them, it would not have been difficult to just map those moves onto buttons on the classic controller. That would have made me happy. As it is, I only play the Wii when family visits, so I'm pretty much obligated.
Game has sold 6 million already as is. Really motion controls are fine for ANY game if done properly. What I really do not get is why complain? There are 2 other consoles and the PC, not to mention the DS if it has to be Mario. That do not offer any kind of motion controls. Sell it buy a PS3 or 360 and stop coming to the Wii section to complain about the obvious. I'm just going to go out on a limb here and say you don't even own the Wii. Just want to complain about it. Reasons? Well u are complaining about motion controls on a just released game 3 years into the Wii existence.I almost want to ask how they were implemented wrong but i have a feeling you'd have to go look it up first to know how they actually work. Hey I fully admit I could be wrong and you arent trying to troll but it just seems like it when you have the only negative comment and all you can say is"they shouldnt have implemented motion" but you dont say which motions you are talking about.
I have a Wii, technically. It's my mother's and the dust comes off when the cousins are here. So I never actually spent my $$ on it, thank goodness. & I did say which motion controls, the motion controls in Super Mario Bros. Wii, that could have easily been mapped to buttons as a secondary control scheme. The shake for the spin jump and the tilting of the wiimote to like swing platforms & whatnot. I would really rather use the classic controller instead of the sideways wiimote for that junk, and it just seems like it could have been easy to throw in. & I said I can see that people do like to use motion controls, so hey, keep 'em in there in there for all I care, just give me the option to not have to use the,. . I mean, there was an article on IGN saying how Nintendo has gotten lazy out of greed. Sure, Super Mario Bros. Wii is fun, but the nintendo peeps said they had two toads because their shape is the closest to Mario, and it would have taken more time to do other characters, like Peach. Probably why there isn't an alternate control scheme. and THAT is why I have a problem with it, pal. You go ahead and be a nintendo fan boy. Or girl for all I know. But it seems like they could have put it in there for their fans that would rather play Mario like it used to be played, while giving the option to use motion controls for others. Yes, I dislike motion controls normally as a whole, but keep my mouth shut about it. But this case I have a reason, and that's why I bothered to comment. Still a swell game, but srsly.
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