Dear readers, I'm asking for your advice on a very serious matter...

What Wii games do you recommend? My guy and I only play tennis on the game that comes with the system, and I use Wii Fit, but hula hooping - while fun - is not the same as playing a game. My guy did buy me the Goblet of Fire game, but I have yet to actually play it substantially. I figure that with the holidays coming and my crazy schedule at work for all of December, I'll look forward to any way of unwinding.

So, let me know what you think. I trust your opinions. =)

While you're at it, go ahead and vote in my poll to the right ---->


At Sun Nov 23, 06:18:00 PM fourth wave said...

I've never played it on a Wii, but I love Dance Dance Revolution. Also, Guitar Hero. Both are excellent games. I've been wanting to try the Tomb Raider Wii game, but don't know if it's any good or no.

I'm hopefully getting a Wii for Christmas, so this has been taking up a lot of my thoughts recently.

At Sun Nov 23, 08:48:00 PM Danny said...

If like party games there's Mario Party 8 (I think its 8 I'm not sure). DDR is a good one like fourth wave said. If you have not played it already there is Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

At Mon Nov 24, 12:37:00 PM frau sally benz said...

I knew I could count on you guys! Anybody have other ideas? I'm hoping to put a wish list together and subtly share with those planning on getting me gifts this year. =)

At Mon Nov 24, 01:13:00 PM Dean Lewis said...

When I had my Wii, I had a ton of fun playing Rayman: Raving Rabbids and Raving Rabbids 2. The crazy rabbits are funny. Lots of extremely cartoony violence -- the old Warner Brothers Looney Tune style of falling and hammers and big heavy things. Lots of WiiMote action to hammer and run and swing, and there are lots of things to do including some rhythm games and first person shooter type (you shoot the rabbids with toilet plungers :) ) Here are websites to check out:

I second the Mario Party 8 recommendation.


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