Using Nintendo Channel usage data, VGChartz take a look at which games are getting played the most and which ones won't last you very long, across both retail and downloadable games and all three regions (Americas, Europe, and Japan).
Amazing that those top games get about 50% more play time on average in Japan than in the west!
Those Japanese are just a different breed of people, man...
So many hours...people are clearly happy with Wii.
"The bottom 10 has a collection of underwhelming titles..." I take exception to that; BlastWorks is a great game and I've lost count of the hours I've put into it. "If you're looking for a purchase you may want to avoid the games on this list." raaaaggee
Hmmm BlastWorks is hardly a classic!
"Hmmm BlastWorks is hardly a classic" I'm not quite certain what that's supposed to mean, but no game that lets one design his or her own old-school scrolling shoot-em-ups and then share them online, Little Big Planet style, can be called 'underwhelming' in good conscience.
I agree Mahr. That pissed me off too. BlastWorks is a fantastic game, and it doesn't deserve to be criticized like that. Unfortunately, I'm probably one of the people that's contributing to its low play-time... I just have too many games to play, okay!
Where is bully scholarship edition and okami?!?!? Those games combined probably took 2 weeks from my life.
But I knew Brawl would be #1. I bought a Wii for Brawl, Animal Crossing, and Mario Kart. Ended up only buying Brawl though (from those three).
I sunk at least 70 hours into Twilight Princess.
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