When you got your Wii, you were super excited to play all of the interactive games you could. There’s nothing quite like trying to fight an opponent in real time and in real life. Though your hand controls from your original Nintendo will always be cherished, they are also going to continue to collect dust as your Wii gets more and more playtime. You will want to make sure that you are taking full advantage of your Wii in this new reality by playing some or all of the top virtual Wii games, according to some reviewers. Argue amongst yourselves about whether this list is right.
What Some of the Top Wii Games Are
Let’s face it, every month there seems to be a new batch of games that you can play on your Wii – and thankfully. But this mean that the list of the ‘top’ games is likely to have changed by the time you finish reading this sentence. But at this point, these are the top games for Wii.
- Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- Super Mario 64
- Sonic The Hedgehog 2
- Super Mario Kart
- Street Fighter II
- Gunstar Heroes
- Secret Of Mana
- International Karate +
What are the similarities between these games? Right now, you will notice that some are throwbacks to the old days of video games, with crappy graphics and buzzing sounds. Retro is still cool when it comes to Wii. You can find old games and play them the way you always wanted to play them, but the technology just wasn’t able to support your needs. Today, you can interact with characters, even when the graphics still blow.
Finding the Best Wii Games
When you are counting out your pennies and trying to decide on how you should be spending your money, you need to judge the different Wii games that are available. Here are some factors that should play into your decision:
- Price – Yes, if it’s god-awful expensive, don’t buy it.
- Reviews – Find out what other players have said about the game before you buy it. This might mean that you have to wait a few weeks after it’s released, but it might save you from buying a dumb game.
- Play it – If you can, try to find the game at a game store that lets you try games out. Or try out the game at a friend’s house to see if it’s something you will enjoy playing.
You will want to make sure that you are learning as much about the game as possible before you buy anything. While you might end up buying a dud anyway, the more research you do, the less money you will spend on things that you don’t enjoy or don’t need.