The Wii, Nintendo's magic money machine, has been crazy successful. Every month it sells an estimated sextillion units, and its games are consistently best sellers. But as GamesRadar pointed out recently, almost all of its titles for the rest of the year leave something to be desired. Ignoring Nintendo-published titles, almost every game is a cooking title that teaches kids math while you lose weight playing Sudoku on the balance board.
Fortunately, there's at least one third-party game that you might be thankful for at year's end: Rygar: Battle of Argus, a pleasantly violent quest through Greek mythology to find a kidnapped girl. Let's illustrate why Rygar could be the Wii's saving grace.