Top Wii Sports Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top sports games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
As a less than full-price release and with half the events being fun and accessible, anyone looking for a realistic athletics game on the Wii won't be too disappointed.
Mario Power Tennis will really only be acceptable to gamers who don't know any better - who may well find many of the issues nothing to worry about.
The Wii version of Tiger Woods 07 breathes some new life into the series, but doesn't quite nail the controls, at times feeling a little hit and miss.
If you accept that the emphasis in Charged Football is on flashy moves and fun over skill and precision, you'll find a game that has a place in your collection.
If you're a fan of tennis games and are fond of Wii Sports Tennis, Table Tennis is well worth considering - especially if you plan to play with friends.
Ultimately We Love Golf is better than Wii Sports Golf but it could be so much more.
If you want the most realistic darts game available for your Wii then PDC World Championship Darts 2009 is the best on the market.
MotionPlus-enabled shots can be performed by feel alone and this will be enough for a lot of gamers – just be prepared for a fair few annoying moments.
If you want a more realistic tennis experience, and better MotionPlus controls, go for Grand Slam Tennis, but SEGA's game is unlikely to disappoint the majority.
The complete lack of newness doesn't make World Stage's kid-centred, "hey dude!" arcade racing bad. But you can't escape the feeling that it's a lazy effort.