Twist and turn your attention (and body) to the best Nintendo's classic console has to offer
With an adorable art style and fantastic gameplay, you underestimate the city-building, diminutive dictator at your own peril.
A pulpy, raunchy hack-and-slash adventure that takes full advantage of the Wii Remote's love of waggle. It's trashy in the best possible way.
The Wii didn't get a Star Fox game, but you don't need McCloud and co. when you have this awesome, addictively difficult on-rails shooter.
Absurdly charming art and some of the strongest platforming from the Wii generation ensures the iconic blob's adventure is a cutesy classic.
A robust love letter to not just Nintendo's history, but video game history in general. Want to make Solid Snake fight Sonic? Have at it!
Thanks to the Wii MotionPlus, this somewhat underrated Zelda entry delivers the best swordplay in the series' storied history.
The Wii's best game is also one of the greatest Mario titles ever. It pushed the system to its limits with wonderful, mesmerizing visuals and peerless platforming.
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