Which games will be the best Wii games in 2020?
We’ve finally got our answer.
It’s the big one.
The question is whether or not we’ve already reached a point of saturation when it comes to the best titles.
In an age where most of the major games have seen a drop in their sales over the past few years, the Wii U is expected to be the biggest seller of the console’s lifecycle.
That’s thanks to the fact that the console has been the number one home console of the last three years and has now passed the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
While it may seem obvious that the Xbox One is the best console in the market at this point, its also worth remembering that Nintendo was a big beneficiary of its position in the home entertainment market and that its next-generation console is currently a few years away from launching.
It also makes sense that Microsoft would take the same position, since it has a strong relationship with Nintendo, and there’s a good chance that it would be a lot more competitive if it did.
As for which games will prove to be among the best, we’ve now got a pretty good idea.
The best Wii titles so far are Mario Kart 8, Pikmin 3, Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.
That said, we could easily see the Wii Sports series becoming a little too niche.
It will be interesting to see how the Wii Pro becomes popular in the years to come, especially since Nintendo has previously released the console with a Wii Sports app.
It’s a shame, then, that the Wii Sport franchise has yet to really get off the ground.
The Wii U’s launch lineup has been nothing short of disappointing, and it’s difficult to see the platform becoming any more successful with Nintendo moving to a console with its own content library.
While the Wii has had some good games, it hasn’t really delivered much in terms of quality over the last few years.
The console has seen a steady decline in sales and we haven’t seen any of the other major games that it had in the past make the leap from the Wii to the Wii in a meaningful way.
It might be a bit premature to judge whether the Wii is the perfect system for gamers, but we can’t help but wonder whether its time to give up on the console completely.