19 Guitar Hero 5
Guitar Hero 5 was a landmark title for the Nintendo Wii thanks to the addition of a big feature that every previous game lacked: complete parity. For the first time, Nintendo loyalists didn't have to worry about getting shafted on songs or downloadable content, as the Wii version of Guitar Hero 5 supported the SD format that let players save hundreds of songs in their digital setlist. Even better, the "Mii Freestyle" and "Roadie Battle" modes (which let DS owners join in on four-player sabotage wars) gave the Nintendo Wii solid content that was exclusive to the console. Let's hope this represents the future of Guitar Hero on Nintendo systems. Having eight-player support is nothing to sneeze at, and it makes Wii parties a blast.