The 28 best Wii games

The most successful console of this generation has games for just about everyone, if you know what to look for.

3 New Super Mario Bros. Wii

Looking at New Super Mario Bros. Wii, a cynic would just call this title just a port of New Super Mario Bros. DS slapped into a Wii disc. Not only is such a statement 100 percent incorrect, it's also completely short-sighted of the charm, ingenuity and nostalgic feel that this multiplayer madness can bring to a crowded room. No matter how many times we see it, the story is still winner: Princess Peach is kidnapped for the umpteenth time by Bowser, no surprises there. But this time, Mario and Luigi have to deal with both the Koopa Kids and Bowser Jr., along with some of the most challenging platforming levels you'll see in any Wii game. What compounds the whole thing is playing with our friends, as you can either help or hinder your pals in Coin Battle mode, or just play through the main game, fighting over Fire Flowers. Your best friend will become your worst nightmare.

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