The 28 best Wii games!

Nintendo's most popular home console since the 16-bit era is providing some amazing new gameplay experiences. Here's 28 games no Wii fan should miss.

#8: Metroid Prime 3: Corruption


For the first few months of the Wii's lifespan, it seemed like the console was ill-suited for first-person shooters. Between the ambitious underachieving launch title Red Steel and the awful version of Far Cry that was a shadow of it's high-def self, the console's immersion factor took a major hit from some early flops. Thankfully, Nintendo righted that ship by publish another stellar chapter of the Metroid Prime saga. Retro Studios found a control method that managed to balance shooting, aiming, and movement on the Wii Remote and Nunchuk while keeping the game faithful to its GameCube roots. There may be a bit less exploration and a bit more action, but it's still another amazing adventure you'll enjoy taking with Samus.

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