The 8 Most Promising Non-Sequels of 2008

Wii Fit (May 19, Wii)

Wii Fit is the anomaly on our list and sticks out like a sore thumb for being more fitness gimmick than actual game. But it's an important release, nonetheless, given the introduction of the accompanying Balance Board which could end up popularising the world's first foot controller. What's more, a recent in-depth review of the Japanese version by Kotaku praised the software and peripheral, saying that bundled mini-games like ski jumping were "more fulfilling than Wii Sports" at times. Our flabby physique and imagination await.

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