More than anything else, Battalion Wars 2 feels like developer Kuju taking a second attempt at a formula that worked pretty well in the original 2005 GameCube game but wasn't explosively received. A Kuju staffer once said that Battalion Wars was his favorite thing the company had ever done, and it's easy to see why.
Battalion Wars is one of the most under-appreciated classics from the Nintendo GameCube. Part Splatoon, part Mario Kart, part old-school shooter, and all action, this game is fun and strategic. So now that we’ve had Advance Wars remastered, it’s time for Battalion Wars 1+2 on the Nintendo Switch with the following updated features.
GameZone: "We take a look at 10 more titles that are worthy of your time and attention as our very serious list of the top 50 Wii titles rolls on."
SuperPhillip Central writes, "Here we are, ladies and gentlemen. If you have been following this series of five parts, then you have read about forty excellent Nintendo Wii titles that are worthy of being in one's library (at least in this writer's opinion). We have arrived at the final part where the final ten Wii games will be listed. If for some reason you missed out on a previous part, look at the end of this article for links to all four individual parts. On this final installment of The 50 Best Nintendo Wii Games, we examine the sequel to one of the most revolutionary games of the generation, we take a look at a *gasp* good 3D Sonic game, and we cheer on Kirby's 20th anniversary with a superb collection. Are you ready for the final ten Wii games?"