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.

14 Okami



Okami was the definition of buried treasure when it was released for the PlayStation 2. From various "Editors' Choice" awards to near-universal praise across the globe (even netting perfect scores from GamePro, Eurogamer, and the now-defunct Newtype USA), nearly every publication heaped praise on Okami for its wonderful design and innovative calligraphy-based gameplay system. With its second release on the Wii, gamers once again had the opportunity to witness Okami's refreshing watercolor art style and Legend of Zelda-inspired combat as they helped sun goddess Amaterasu save classical-era Japan from darkness. Sadly, this port is still undervalued, yet one of the highest rated games to ever be released on the Nintendo Wii.

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