Next year will be the fifteenth anniversary of the modest Nintendo Wii, the small controlled motion console that broke away from the competition and started a revolution. It was brilliantly compact hardware (the size of three DVD cases, remember?), which hosted a huge library of fantastic titles – games of all kinds from core to casual, the best of which took advantage of its unique controller and added a spark of novelty to the home gaming landscape, which has become a bit the same over the years.
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To rate any Wii or WiiWare game (remember the last one!), Just scroll through the alphabetical list (or enter the title in the search bar at the top to save the scrolling finger), click the star to display a rating of 1-10 and click on the result you think is worth it – job done! If you need a reminder for a particular game, feel free to click on the game title and view our retro reviews and screenshots.
We will publish the results soon, but in the meantime take these IR tapes located above or below your screens and have a happy evaluation!
Thank you for rating your favorites (or otherwise). Feel free to discuss your favorite Wii and WiiWare games below and we’ll reveal the results next week.
We’ve already put together the best 3DS games, the best games for boys, the best games for the GameCube, the best games for the Nintendo DS, and the best games for the N64, so check out these lists if you can’t get enough from Nintendo’s rich catalog. If you want something less retro and more modern, we also have the best switching games (so far) that you can check out.