Nintendo Wii best upcoming games of 2007 - gHacks Tech News

Nintendo Wii best upcoming games of 2007

The Wii is a huge success story for Nintendo. It is selling better than the Microsoft Xbox 360 and the Sony Playstation 3 which can be attributed to it's low price and the new way of controlling the action on screen using motion sensing technology.

The only thing that is really lacking right now is the supply of good games. I'm personally a bit concerned about the amount of crappy conversions from other systems that make their appearance on the Wii. If I would have to name the games that are really fun at this point I would probably be able to name 4-5 the most.

Instead of losing faith I thought it would be nice to share a video of the upcoming smash hits for the Nintendo Wii with all of you. You will see the normal bunch of Mario games but also some interesting ones that you probably have not heard about. Definitely worth watching.

Update: Well the video does not seem to be available anymore, we have removed it from the article as a consequence. since it is 2012 now I thought it would be nice to add a couple of videos highlighting the best Wii games that came out for the console instead.

Here are the top 20 Wii games of 2010 featuring games like Muramasa the Demon Blade, Wario Shake Dimension, Resident Evil 4 or Super Mario Galaxy 2.

Here are the top 5 Nintendo Wii games. Note that all top lists are a personal selection. This list includes Zelda Twilight Princess, Donkey Kong Country Returns or Metroid Prime Corruption.

And if you are interested into roleplaying games, you may be interested in the top 10 Wii RPG games released for the gaming system. Includes Arc Rise Fantasia, Tales of Symphonia Dawn of the new World, Phantom Brave: We meet again or Xenoblade Chronicles.





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    Comments

    1. gnome said on May 25, 2007 at 8:23 am
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      Yep, they all sound like great fun… Still, they will cost 60 euros, whic, frankly, is a tad too much…

    2. Jskrdude said on June 6, 2007 at 7:26 pm
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      I love the music. I’m looking forward to brawl, no more heroes, and metroid the most.

    3. tommy said on September 8, 2007 at 10:52 pm
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      they frankly look appalling, not a patch on the ps3 and xbox 360…

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