READER’S PICK: Vote for the Best Wii Games

Friday, May 10th, 2013

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Say what!?

Yes, that’s right. Instead of getting the staff members at oprainfall to vote on what they believe to be the best Wii game’s to ever grace the little white box of motion, we thought we would buck the trend and ask our beautiful, dedicated, scrumptious readers to vote instead… that’s you lot by the way.

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We’ve done a bit of the groundwork for you by choosing just over 100 Wii titles to pick from. Not only will you find a whole bunch of Wii retail games in this behemoth list, but also a selection of some of the finest WiiWare titles that probably never got played. And whilst not every game can be considered ‘good’, we tried to include as many diverse and ‘interesting’ titles to appease you lot and to mainly cover our arses. If a game that you enjoyed does not appear in the list, then please blame it on someone else. Thank you.

Now we all know that variety is the spice of life, but we’re going to have to lay a single ground rule to you all, in that you will be limited to how many games you can vote for. You have maximum amount of 10 votes each; not a single vote more… unless you have multiple sign-in accounts to which you can abuse our system… *cough*.

After a certain, undisclosed, period of time, we will count all of the votes and compile them into oprainfall’s first ever READER’s: Top 10, possibly 15, maybe even 20, Games list.

With all that being said, let’s get voting!!!!


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About David Rawlings

David Rawlings, or ‘Rawky’ as we like to call him, joined the Operation Rainfall Campaign at the beginning. He’s British and found solace with us as he was able to understand our pain about Nintendo and their localizing faux pas. He’s a big fan of the letter ‘U’ and refuses to remove them from words, even though we constantly ask him to. He also believes it’s about time Princess Daisy got kidnapped.