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Experts Tell Us the Best Wii Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Wii Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Beatles: Rock Band (Game Only) – Nintendo Wii

This product was recommended by Lucas Travis from Inboard Skate

The greatest Wii game for Beatles lovers is Electronic Arts Rock Band: The Beatles Edition. This captivating, realistic gaming sensation immerses players in the world of the Beatles while rockin’ out to some of the band’s best hits. The game’s true-to-life setting sets it from the rivals. This special version of Rock Band includes gameplay locations inspired by the Beatles’ career, such as Shea Stadium, Abbey Road, and Cavern Club. In addition, while you play this Wii game, you will be able to select from a music list of over 40 Beatles classics.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Nintendo Wii

This product was recommended by Abby Hao from Cloom

Play as your favorite Turtle anytime! Booyakasha! Impressive, show-off combo system and combat sequences. Join the Turtle Power with 4-players co-op multiplayer! Battle through 15 action-packed levels based on the TMNT universe. Collect and eat pizza to increase your Turtle’s health! Navigate through more than a dozen environments including the sewers, docks, city streets and subways.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

This product was recommended by Abby Hao from Cloom

See your favorite Smash Bros. character, redesigned from their most recent games, brawl onto your screen once again! A host of new characters to fight with, including Sonic, Pit from Kid Icarus, Wario and Diddy Kong More than a dozen gorgeously-rendered stages New special moves and attacks, including the groundbreaking Final Smash New items and assist trophies

Super Paper Mario

This product was recommended by Sherry Morgan from Petsolino

This will always be the one that I love the most. This game has the classic charm of the previous games. It just doesn’t have the turn-based combat mechanic; instead it plays like a traditional Super Mario game with you jumping on enemies to defeat them. By defeating those enemies, you level up, learn new tricks and discover hidden things using the Wii mode. There’s a lot of side quests once the main story is done and this game is just super funny. Like seriously it has one of the best humor ever. If you haven’t checked that one out yet, be sure to give it a try.

Nickelodeon Fit

This product was recommended by Leo Young from Optimized Family

Finding age-appropriate Wii games for my children has not been easy for me as a parent. Fortunately, I discovered Nickelodeon Fit on Amazon, and my kids adore it. It has over 30 games that feature some of the kids’ favorite television characters, such as Dora the Explorer, Diego, and the ever-popular Backyardigans. What I like best about these Wii games is that kids think it’s a lot of fun to jump around with their favorite characters, when in reality it’s a game to keep kids fit and healthy. An expert in exercise science created the Wii game. Her primary focus was on core development in toddlers and older children, as well as motor skill development and foot and hand coordination. Jump rope, hurdle jumping, river rafting with Diego, and other activities are included in the games. It is the ideal game set for energetic children; they get a good workout and burn off excess energy.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

This product was recommended by Dave Pedley from YourCub

I’m a dad with two under 7 years old kids. This game set gives my kids endless hours of good, wholesome fun. Violence sure – but purely cartoon stuff where the worse that can happen is their favorite LEGO superheroes/villains simply disappear in a flash or boom! Lots of bashing, rockets, and lasers, and a LOT of comedy. Plenty a lot of problem-solving involved – great for a developing young mind so it’s educational too. I particularly like the feature where the hub of the game is an entire city they can explore separate from the storyline, so there’s plenty they can do on their own without a co-player.

Xenoblade Chronicles

This product was recommended by Greg Halter from Fantasy Role-Playing Games

Xenoblade Chronicles was probably the best role-playing game and maybe one of the best games ever released on the Wii. The open-world was quite sizable and provided hours of entertainment. Your party and other NPCs make the story and the world just feel alive. The real-time battle system also was a great way to differentiate this game from other games in its genre. You could sink well over 100 hours into this game and still not see everything.

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Written by Zak Parker

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