The 3 Most Wanted Nintendo Wii Video Games

The Nintendo Wii has taken the video games market by storm, outselling both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 by leaps and bounds. Here are the 3 most wanted Nintendo Wii video games on our list.

First at the plate is – Cooking Mama: Cook Off

What could be better than being able to mash it, slice it, shake it, roll it, and make a mess without having to clean up? This game manages to take ordinary, boring, have to do everyday tasks in your kitchen and turn them into addictive fun that keeps you coming back for more. This game has the ability to take typical non-gamers and turn them into drooling, rarely showered, give more addicts with it’s fast paced over the top fun.

The second of the most wanted Nintendo Wii video games – Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.

What would we do if they no longer produced the Final Fantasy games? This series has been with Nintendo from the beginning, and shows no sign of leaving it’s side. So what could they possibly do next? Where can they go with yet another Final Fantasy? Isn’t 15 plus titles enough to just sit back and rest on your laurels? Nope, not at all. With the network abilities of Wii, this game promises to allow “a new structure in the network gaming system, changing the ways communities are built and supported.” I can only imagine what that means, other than those committed FF gamers spending another 100 or more hours on one single game.

And last but not least, the final in the list of most wanted Nintendo Wii video games – Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.

Yet another game that has been with Nintendo from the very beginning, Metroid has created it’s own legacy and reputation for it’s unique game play and story line. Not to mention a female space alien hero who everyone thought was a man in the original Metroid. So will this be the final game in the Prime trilogy? No one knows, however, this game threatens to keep people glued to the game screen with abilities never before seen in the series and an amazing control scheme that pulls you right into the game.

Original Article by Barry James