Mmm, Donkey Kong Country Returns is my favourite 2D platformer game for the Wii, and SSBB is my favourite fighting game of this gen! And Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2 are some of the most creative, fine-tuned platformers, EVER. Great list. A+.
With the Wii U now upon us, I finally completed my own list of top 20 Wii games to celebrate the Wii's lineage.
Feel free to point out any spelling/grammatical mistakes I made, I kind of hurried this in the end and didn't read through it before publishing. Also, I once again apologize that everything looks crammed together....double-spacing means nothing to Wordpress (I suppose maybe that's why it's called Word PRESS! Ha!).
.....Anyway, enjoy the list.
Number 20: You liked that much better than I did.
Number 19: Like I said on my review, I felt like the gameplay was way too limited for a game that had the ambition of being a merge between hack and slash and adventure. The game needed more substance to go along with its length.
Number 18: Not nearly as good as its predecessors, but a great game.
Number 17: I see I liked it much better than you did.
Number 16: Play it more, and you will have it in the Top 10 in no time.
Number 15: It is a great game, but Resort was better in every aspect. It does deserve to be there due to how important it was, though.
Number 14: I think it is pretty much in the same position where I put it.
Number 13: Great online features indeed. Only MH3 did better in that aspect. Not that there is a lot of competition.
Number 12: It is a fantastic game, and it is also in the same position as it was on my list. I think...
Number 11: Very nicely placed. It deserves it. I could not have imagined an 8-bit platformer in this day and age could be so great.
Number 10: Great choice. I absolutely loved this game.
Number 9: I would have put it a little bit higher had I played it on the Wii.
Number 8: I have never played it. Fighters and I just do not get along.
Number 7: Great controls indeed. An absolute landmark.
Number 6: I would say it is even more adorable than Yoshi's Island. And it is also a better game.
Number 5: Refreshingly tough, and a worthy continuation of an amazing series. It is no DKC2, but it comes as close to that as possible.
Number 4: The summary of everything the Wii stands for in terms of control.
Number 3: Endless replay value.
Number 2 and 1: Is there really anything else to be added?! :D