|Back in the days when the Wii was relevant.|
.The Wii is dead. That is what everyone was writing about 3 months ago, but of course this site is late to the party. Well either way here is the Top 5 Wii Games to Destined to Become Classics.
5. Kirby's Epic Yarn:
When ever you first look at a game the first thing you notice is the visual flair. Whether you feel graphics are important or not, it can't be denied that Kirby's Epic Yarn is one of the best looking games of this/last generation. While most games of recent have aimed for hyper-realism in visuals, Kirby said, or the developers said, that art style is more important then realism. Even if you don't agree with that you do have to admit that this is a pretty damn good game. Besides the great gameplay it also has a lovely score and some really memorable quotes:
4. Xenoblade Chronicles:
Non-Nintendo gamers are aware of this title due to the (much deserved) hissy-fit Operation Rainfall had. That isn't a bad thing though because the just might be the definitive JRPG of this generation. Like all of the other games on this list it features a great soundtrack. The story at first feels a bit clichéd but as you play more you come to realize how well it holds up with other story-driven games of this generation.
3. The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess:
2. Super Mario Galaxy 2:
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is significant for two reasons.
- It marks the first time two 3D Mario games came out on one system
- It is awesome
1. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword:
Skyward Sword is the perfect Zelda game. I thought nothing would replace Ocarina of Time as the best of the best but I was wrong. Of course this is all personal opinion, but between the orchestrated soundtrack, the first in a Zelda game, and the best motion controls in any game ever this takes the cake. Sorry Mario but Peach made it for Link. (Never wrote anything that cheesy, sorry.)