GamesRadar writes: "We began this year full of hope for software success on the Wii, the little system that did. As it entered its third year on the market, fans dreamed of seeing the end of shovelware, as developers had now had plenty of time to make great games for the console. Maybe we'd see some great original content at last? No more PSP ports and half-finished releases, now that developers had come to understand the console so well? Well, yes and no. This year saw plenty of quality Wii games that took some real risks, along with many, many, many more that kept the stream of crap flowing to the system."