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.

#16: Wii Fit


Wii Fit may seem like an exorbitantly-priced game, but what you get for the money makes it one of the biggest bargains. With the Wii Balance Board, you get a highly-accurate weighing scale that also happens to be the most innovative controller since the Wii Remote — one that will surely be incorporated into many first and third-party titles coming soon. Along with the board comes Wii Fit, which features both effective exercises as well as enjoyable active minigames. When you consider that the price won't get you more than three months at a local gym, Wii Fit is one of the best gaming — and fitness — deals around.

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