Friday, September 30, 2011

5 Games I'm Excited For This Fall (Wii)

Just like how I made a list of the 5 Games I'm Excited for on the 360, this is a list of 5 games I'm excited for that will come out this fall for the Wii. Admittedly, it was a little hard to actually find 5 games to be excited about, but I am actually excited for all 4 of these, especially...


Just Dance 3
Release Date: Oct 7, 2011

Don't hate.

Kirby's Return To Dreamland
Release Date: Oct 24, 2011

While this one seems to have completely come in out of nowhere and avoided any spotlight (seriously, where did this game come from?), Kirby's Return To Dreamland is going to be the first traditional Kirby platformer on a console since Crystal Shards (shush, I said traditional, Epic Yarn doesn't count).

Rayman Origins
Release Date: Nov 15, 2011

Hey, remember Rayman Raving Rabbids? Remember how that game and its sequels had pretty much nothing to do with Rayman? Yeah, here's a REAL Rayman game.

Back to the Future: The Game
Release Date: Oct 25, 2011

Now I know what you're saying. You're either saying "Eww, a movie game?" or you're saying "Umm, wasn't this already released on PSN?" and you'd both be correct. However, this is the Telltale Games take on a Back to the Future game, and we all know Telltale gets the job done. Just look at this quote from the infamous IGN's Greg Miller: "it's a movie-inspired game that doesn't suck. Instead, it pushes the characters in interesting directions and whips up a good story." And as for the other question: I couldn't find any other Wii game that made me excited to put in the list. That's sad, I know, but what can you do for the Wii? It's being supported by Nintendo with just enough until it can be replaced by the WiiU. Speaking of which...

Happy Feet Two
Release Date: Nov 8, 2011

HAHAHAHAHA, I'm kidding. Keep scrolling.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Release Date: Nov 20, 2011

Take Twilight Princess and combine its art style with that of Wind Waker. Then integrate MotionPlus and mechanics dependent on it. The rest is fairly self-explanatory as it's a Zelda title but not following the exact same dungeon formula of the Zeldas of yesterday. It's a no-brainer.

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