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.

23 WarioWare: Smooth Moves



Wario is at his best in bite-sized minigames, and Smooth Moves proves to be no exception. The Wii's take on WarioWare challenged us with gameplay that tested our reflexes with tons of motion-based tasks, such as parrying sword thrusts or guiding Fox McCloud's Arwing through an SNES battlefield. If you've got friends over, there's nothing more fun than watching them flail around in a vain attempt to keep up with this addictive Wii game. Another WarioWare game for Nintendo's motion-based console isn't in the works yet, but with Smooth Moves around there's always something to do at your next party

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