Top Ten Nintendo Wii Games You Would Like to Rate Most
This game has it's problems, but it's definitely a solid smash. The Subspace Emissary, while drags after a while, is a really cool single player story mode. The character roster is perfect. Besides Falco, and debatably Toon Link, there's not a single clone. However, a problem with this game is the stages. The stages are half and half with this game. There are great ones like WarioWare, Pictochat, and Delfino Plaza, but also bad ones like Hanenbow, Rumble Falls, and 75m. Target test is ruined too. Now it's just five stages the same for every character. Despite these problems, this is still a really good Smash Bros. game.
8/10 not as great as Melee but still a great game with more characters including Snake from Metal Gear and Sonic the hedgehog.
This is definitely the second best Mario entry on the Wii(try to guess what the best is). The gravity gimmick was cool, unique, and changed up the gameplay in a fun and interesting way. The levels were really creative and had cool objectives. The story was a first for Mario. Instead of just saving Peach, we got to learn about a whole new world with an interesting character in Rosalina. The music is amazing, too. Almost a perfect game, the only bad thing are the bland filler levels.
Perfect 10 this game is just so awesome.
Never played it. I'm really feeling like I need to get a copy.
For a game made up of left over ideas Super Mario Galaxy 2 proves you can never have enough of a good thing with more even more galaxies including a classic stage form Super Mario 64, new power ups and even Yoshi's back and it features possibly one of the most difficult levels the Perfect Run in which you face a gauntlet of tricky sections as you reach the goal all with no checkpoints and only 1 single health bar meaning if you die even once you have to start the level all over again, like the fist game I give it a perfect 10.
Never played it. Will you paint me a copy please?
This was a great return to form for Donkey Kong Country. The level design is amazing. The levels are hard but not rage-inducing. The bosses pack quite a punch, too. Also, we find out that the DKC cartoon is canon. Y'know how Donkey Kong is dumb in the cartoon. Well, we find out he's just as dumb in the first cutscene. Nice to know Nintendo acknowledges their cartoons.
Though it takes a really long time for the game to really kick it into high gear Twilight Princess is another great Zelda , 9/10.
Quite a revolution. Never have we had a Kirby game with a multiplayer story mode. The minigames were fun as well. Not much to say here.
This is my favorite Mario Kart. The tracks are amazing. You actually care about who and what you pick this time due to the stats and strats. The battle stages are very fun. The only bad thing is the annoying Wii wheel controls. That's not a problem, though, since there are multiple controller options.
8/10 great addition to the Mario Kart franchise though the motion controls are kind of a pain you can always use your GameCube controller to make things a bit easier.
Probably the worst real Animal Crossing game(I don't count Amiibo Festival as a real game), but it's still solid. It's still the normal, fun, Animal Crossing gameplay. There just wasn't as much to do as the others and they put too much emphasis into the now dead online functionality. I'd recommend New Leaf on the 3DS.
One of the games that saved Sonic. The levels were well-designed and the wisps were cool. Not much more to say. So I guess we'll end with "You're too slow!".
Wait a minute, that note doesn't make sense to end on, Sonic doesn't even go that fast in this game!
A big improvement over the first New Super Mario Bros. Game as now the game supports up to four players with players 1 & 2 control Mario and Luigi while players 3 & 4 get stuck with two Toads instead of maybe Wario and Waluigi non the less the games still plays great, 9/10.
Great return for the Punch-Out series as Little Mac faces off against familiar foes on his way to the world championship then later defending the title against the foes you faced only much stronger and trickier, 8/10.
Plays surprisingly well on the Wii as the game pits characters from Capcom and Japanese anime powerhouse company Tatsunoko who are best remembered for Speed Racer, Samurai Pizza Cats and Astro Boy in a 2 vs 2 tag team match while the graphics aren't the best it still plays great and it even features 2 giant characters who play by a few different rules such as they have no partner but do have their advantages, 9/10.
A lazily port of the SNES game that featured all four of the original Mario games including Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3 and the original Super Mario Bros. sequel Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels about the only real positive I can give is at least the collectors edition's box cover is nice, 7/10.
3/10, honestly this game fells like a training session then an actual game which you'll get bored off after only a few minutes.
A terrible fighting game with Castlevania characters that plays bad and looks bad, 4/10.