Tony Hawk's Project 8 breathed new life into a franchise that had been stumbling for a while, but Downhill Jam tries something new and fails to be anything but mediocre.
Ultimate Alliance is one of the best dungeon crawlers of the year, but don't look to the Wii version for that experience. The new gesture controls simply don't work well enough.
WarioWare Smooth Moves delivers spades of crazy fun from the moment you pick up the Wii-mote and it's a game that should be in every Wii owner's collection.
Ghost Squad is well worth picking up if you fancy a proper lightgun game for your Wii, especially if you've already bought the Wii Zapper.
It has problems on the Wii, but for £7 you'll be hard pushed to find a multiplayer game that offers this much entertainment.
When Nitrobike was revealed there was some genuine excitement amongst gamers who knew the developer's history, but the end result is a game that is somewhat of an embarrassment.
The Wii hasn't seen too many arcade racers, but Cruis'n is still leagues behind what's on offer. To say Cruis'n is bad would be the understatement of the year.
Bar the online issues, Dragonball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is one of the Wii's most fun fighting games.
Excite Truck could well remain the best racer on the Wii for quite some time. It could have been so much more than a 'good' racer though.
Gentle and frustrating in equal parts, on the whole Kororinpa is a worthy addition to any Wii library, presuming that you bought the console as you weren't interested in a stream of macho shooters.