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Best Wii To Buy

A lot of these are multiplatform. #1 game to buy on WiiU is Xenoblade Chronicles X. Arguably the best in the series, now with 3 announced, there's little chance of a port, and the file size is big, so the physical copies sealed will skyrocket like WarioWare WiiU already has

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@Personausermike Some people seem to hate Xenoblade Chronicles X but I agree that it is the best in the series. It's, actually, my favourite new Wii U game, excluding remasters like Twilight Princess HD. Yes, Breath of the Wild is a new Wii U game too, but I liked Xenoblade Chronicles X much more.

Just like recent amiibo trends--thanks a frickin' lot Nintendo--buying straight up is usually bat crap insane if not outright completely stupid. Although planning ahead for a purchase is actually your best option, even just having the fortitude to wait for a few weeks (or more) AFTER you intend to be ready for purchase can save you a good 20-30 of your native currency if not more, considering (i.e. S/H jacking, etc).

But a third Digital only route was available in Revelation. This path was only purchasable after completing Chapter 6. This route has you choosing neither family and instead opting to build your army from the shadows in order to take down the threat causing both families to fight in the first place. Arguably the best way to play the game once the 3DS eShop closes, this essential title in the franchise will become unavailable to fans.

The biggest problem with the Wii U is the fact that most of its best games have been ported to the switch, and are undeniably best played on Nintendo's blockbuster hybrid console. This leaves the small pool of essential Wii U games even smaller than before, but there are still some titles that are well worth picking up.

Not only another Zelda game but another HD remaster, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD is certainly a fan favourite and of the best in the series. Boasting a stunning art style that stands alone within the series, Wind Waker is one of the more whimsical adventures for Link - especially compared to something like Twilight Princess.

Despite its critical panning, it has established both a semi-decent cult following online, in part due to the astronomical price tag of its physical release. While a digital copy isn't going to fully satisfy the heart of any collector, it is the best chance you have to try out this intriguing title.

So, that wraps up our choices for the best Wii U games to buy before the eShop closes on March 27, featuring the few titles not yet ported over to the Switch. Just make sure that your Wii U hasn't bricked itself though, as that is unfortunately a real possibility.

Rhythm Heaven Megamix is an all-star collection of the best games from across Nintendo's wacky rhythm franchise. If you're not familiar with the series, it's got all of the quirky weirdness you'd expect from the WarioWare series, as it's developed by the same team. The game received a physical launch in Japan, but only came to the West digitally, meaning it's your last chance to pick up this outstanding game. Plus, as many 3DS games did back in the day, Rhythm Heaven Megamix has a multiplayer mode that supports multiple 3DS systems with only one cartridge.

Badge Arcade is the best way to customize your 3DS home screen, with fun badges to surround your games with. The badges are Nintendo-themed, meaning you can collect fun icons from Mario, Animal Crossing, and more. Plus, the game is free to start!

Xenoblade Chronicles X is the only title in Monolith's Xenoblade series not available on Switch. While there is a physical version available, the eShop has free, downloadable Data Packs that help the game load faster and look better. The game will still be accessible through the physical version, but players who want the best experience will want to grab the Data Packs before they go away.

Wario Land 4 is a stellar platformer that can stand toe-to-toe with some of Mario's best outings. With an abundance of charm, and a unique mechanic where you have to escape the level as a timer counts down, there's plenty to do and see. The first three Wario Land games are also on 3DS Virtual Console, as well as Wario Land Shake It on Wii U, the last entry in the series before it went dormant.

Drill Dozer is a lesser-known game developed by Game Freak, the studio behind Pokemon. It's an action platformer that was one of just a few Game Boy Advance games to include force feedback. Drill Dozer is one of the best Game Boy Advance games out there that you probably haven't played, and it's extraordinarily expensive to find secondhand.

Super Mario Galaxy 2 is one of the Wii's best games, and Nintendo inexplicably left it out of 2020's Super Mario 3D All-Stars, the collection that brought Galaxy 1, Super Mario 64, and Super Mario Sunshine to Switch. Once the eShop closes down, there will be no way to buy Galaxy 2, and the game's cost is already rising on the secondhand market. This game adds new power-ups, Yoshi, and more to the proven Galaxy formula.

The story in Explorers of Sky is a favorite among Pokemon fans. The gameplay takes place in massive dungeons, where the layout changes each time you visit. This is also a rare example of a Pokemon game where you actually get to control the Pokemon themselves. The game is incredibly expensive on eBay, so this is your best chance to experience it for yourself.

Pikmin 3 Deluxe is the latest game in Nintendo's strategy and time management series, and there's still time to see where it all started on the Wii U Virtual Console. The original Pikmin is known for its strict time limit, where you have a limited number of days to reconstruct Captain Olimar's spaceship to return home. Pikmin 2 introduces complex, challenging caves to explore, adding another level of difficulty to the game. Both games are pretty tough to come by physically, making the Virtual Console versions your best bet.

Beyond the digital-only and Virtual Console offerings, there are plenty of 3DS and Wii U games that got physical releases that are already very difficult to come by. These games will technically still be accessible after the closure, but at prices you probably wouldn't be happy paying. So, it's best to grab them digitally while you can instead of regretting it later.

Many Zelda fans are still waiting for Twilight Princess HD and Wind Waker HD to make their way over from Wii U to Switch. Until that (hopefully) happens, the Wii U remasters are the best way to experience these classic 3D Zelda adventures. Twilight Princess is fairly expensive physically, going for around $100. Wind Waker HD is easier to find, but now is still the best time to grab it before prices go up.

NES Remix is available physically and digitally on both Wii U and 3DS. It's not too expensive to get a physical copy, but it's included in this list because it's simply one of the best games on the systems. In NES Remix, Nintendo experimented with their most classic titles, giving a fresh spin to the original Mario, Metroid, Zelda, and more. The challenge-based gameplay gave even the most experienced Nintendo fans new things to accomplish in some of the company's oldest games.

Dragon Quest VII and VIII are both excellent on 3DS, but they're unfortunately pretty rare. The remake of Dragon Quest VII makes the game much more accessible than the PlayStation original, while Dragon Quest VIII brings one of the series' best games to 3DS.

The SMT series is full of high-quality, extremely difficult JRPGs. They're also difficult to come by, with each entry costing upwards of $70 online. If you played Shin Megami Tensei V on Switch and want to experience more of the franchise, the Nintendo 3DS eShop is the best place to do it. And, while the mainline Persona games haven't reached Nintendo consoles, Persona Q2 is a rare 3DS game that features Persona 5's Joker.

This is just a handful of the excellent offerings available on the 3DS and Wii U eShop. Make sure to set aside some time to scroll through the stores in the coming weeks before these games are gone for good. To help you out, check out our lists of the best 3DS games and the best Wii U games.

Take a look at our top 25 list of the best of the best from the Wii generation. Read, enjoy, and rejoice that while there will never be new Wii games, the quality of what we did receive back then was stunning.

The Metroid Prime Trilogy is more than just three great games on a single disc. Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes have been upgraded with widescreen presentation, an achievement system and, perhaps most importantly, excellent Wii pointer controls, bringing them up to date with Metroid Prime 3. Although the games were released over a five year period, and across two consoles, the Metroid Trilogy presents them like one epic saga of a bounty hunter and her struggle against space piracy, hungry alien creatures and giant, radioactive brains. This is the best way to experience the Prime series, period.

Heading into 2011, even as the system was fading in popularity, Wii was home to dozens of great games, several of which can easily be regarded as some of the best in history. Yet what Wii lacked was a game that fully and comprehensively proved its notion of movement-based play was right, that it could not only redefine a franchise, but do it for the better. Then The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword arrived.

The Wii is one of the only consoles to promote exercise while gaming. Way before Peloton bikes with in-built screens featuring people shouting at you was a thing, the Wii CyberBike was the best exercise bike on the block.

Nintendo will always have some sort of gimmick attached to their products. These can be very hit or miss for the company, which has a history of both success and failure. The Nintendo Switch may be their best gimmick to date.

WarioWare: Smooth MovesIf you somehow managed to avoid buying a Wii over the past 15 years and are now realising what a massive mistake you made, this madcap collection of mini-games is the best introduction to the Wii Remote you could ask for. Also, it has a Starwing mini-game in which you have to destroy a ROB with a Zapper, and not enough games have that. 041b061a72


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