Despite the success of Wii Sports, some felt the games were a bit barebones, with only five games to choose from—one of which (ahem, baseball) was downright awful.
The third entry in Nintendo's famous fighting game series earned critical acclaim for changing the popular formula and adding a number of new features.
As one of the Wii's most popular titles, Xenoblade Chronicles earned a cult-like following and proved that massive RPG gameplay can survive—or even thrive—on consoles.
If you like the idea of Mario Party, but don't want to risk losing lifelong friends over a pointless video game, consider going back and playing Wii Party.
Nintendo's Animal Crossing franchise has become a household name, beloved by fans around the world for its anthropomorphic animals and quirky life simulation gameplay.
You knew it was coming! The first iteration of Galaxy was universally acclaimed, earning nearly perfect scores from every reviewer it touched.
Let's be real — Mario Kart Wii doesn't replace games like Mario Kart 64 or Double Dash, but the Wii version of this time-honored Nintendo tradition was still beloved in its own right.