READER’S PICK: Top 25 Wii Games

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

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A few months ago, we asked your beautiful faces to vote in our first ever READER’S PICK poll. The poll contained over 100 titles in the Nintendo Wii catalogue, and you all voted with ferocious gusto. After counting and verifying the final tallies, we can now present to you the final outcome. Have your choices made it into the Top 25? Is the number one spot the game that everyone’s expecting it to be? Is it possible that Ninjabread Man made it into the Top 10? Well, read on and find out!

Top 25 Wii Games

*DISCLAIMER* Remember, this Top 25 is compiled of your votes. We take no responsibility for the outcome… or the inevitable frustration that you may feel. Thank you. XOXO

Before we get into the nitty-gritty that is your Top 25, here are the placements of your votes from 50 to 26:

50) Trauma Center: Second Opinion

49) A Boy and His Blob

48) Wario Land: Shake it!

47) Disney’s Epic Mickey

46) Mega Man 9

45) Sakura Wars

44) Trauma Team

43) World of Goo 

42) WarioWare: Smooth Moves

41) Rhythm Heaven Fever

40) Rune Factory Frontier

39) GoldenEye 007

38) Wii Sports Resort

37) Punch Out!

36) Animal Crossing: City Folk

35) Wii Sports

34) MadWorld

33) Rayman Origins

32) Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure

31) Red Steel 2

30) Little King’s Story

29) Arc Rise Fantasia 

28) Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon

27) Sonic Colors

26) Super Paper Mario


>>>Enter for the Top 25!<<<

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.

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