Top 10 Best Wii Games Of All Time (2006-2010)

admin October 6, 2012 23

The order of these games are ranked by the most fun! So even if a game is overall better than another, that does not necessarily mean that it is the winning game. Also, a game from the same franchise cannot be used twice. Turn the volume up! The video is not that loud SPOILERS: Ranks: 1)Sonic Colors 2)Donkey Kong Country Returns 3)Super Mario Galaxy 2 4)Super Smash Brothers Brawl 5)Kirby’s Epic Yarn 6)Okami 7)Wario Ware Smooth Moves 8)Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 9)Metroid Prime 3 10)Punch Out Credits: Shaun (myself): Voice and video editing. Jordan: Voice and video editing assistant Disclaimers: The videos used were either from IGN or various other youtubers, and all credit goes to them, not me. These games from Nintendo, Capcom, Activision, Hudson, or Disney.


  1. ikillurface117 October 6, 2012 at 5:59 PM -

    Yeah, the only other game worth owning a Wii Motion Plus for is Red Steel 2

  2. sk8terfreak100 October 6, 2012 at 6:45 PM -

    Not yet, but since you and virtually every review site raves about the game, I should just invest in the wii motion plus and buy it (because God knows I’ll never use that thing again)!

  3. ikillurface117 October 6, 2012 at 7:30 PM -

    I have yet to play Wind Waker and Majora’s Mask, as well as a lot of the 2D games. Also have you played Skyward Sword? It’s my favorite game on Wii, which is wierd. While I like Twilight Princess better as a traditional Zelda game, I like Skyward Sword better as a Wii game because it takes full atvantage of the Wii’s capabilities. Ignore all those complaints about the “terrible” sword controls. Just don’t spaz and flail your arms around and you’ll be fine!

  4. sk8terfreak100 October 6, 2012 at 8:13 PM -

    Fair enough :]

    I can see what you mean though… it seems everyone is biased toward what franchises and genres you grew up with. That probably explains why I don’t like RPGs (menu sifters, as I call them) much.

    My favorite Zelda game is Wind Waker, by the way! I just adore the emphasis on exploration and graphics!

  5. ikillurface117 October 6, 2012 at 8:21 PM -

    Well, meh. I loved Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, but I really haven’t played Mario much ever since I started playing Zelda. I at least still love Mario as the character I grew up on. I never grew up on Sonic, and I’m not really a huge fan of Sonic’s on-rails kind of gameplay. I prefer open exploration.

    As for Twilight Princess, it’s not really a step up for the series, but I don’t think that’s what they were going for. It’s more of a refinement. So it’s kinda on par with OoT for the best Zelda game IMO