Top Wii Sports Games of All Time

Welcome to's top sports games of all-time, a list of the best videogames, created from editorial reviews on the site. It's the perfect tool to find that great game you haven't played yet, or even to find a gem for a friend or loved one as a gift.

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  • 18.

    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07

    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. Without new rosters to worry about (a few new players on the tour isn't... more

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  • 17.

    Mario Strikers: Charged Football

    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 weren't already aware, Nintendo want the Wii to be something... more

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  • 16.

    Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis

    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. Has it ever been fashionable to like Table Tennis? In this country sports... more

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  • 15.

    We Love Golf!

    Ultimately We Love Golf is better than Wii Sports Golf but it could be so much more. We Love Golf suffers from being too easy. We know that sounds a bit odd given that the game is a Wii exclusive, but when I, a man who's... more

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  • 14.

    PDC World Championship Darts 2009

    If you want the most realistic darts game available for your Wii then PDC World Championship Darts 2009 is the best on the market. When you're making a video game of a sport like darts it must be hard to come up with ways... more

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  • 13.

    EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis

    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. You're likely to go through a few different emotions when playing EA's... more

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  • 12.

    Virtua Tennis 2009

    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. EA hit first with its MotionPlus enabled Grand Slam tennis,... more

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  • 11.

    Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage

    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. There are approaching 20 games that support Wii MotionPlus, Nintendo's... more

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  • 10.

    Wii Sports

    It may not win any awards for the best looking or sounding game but it's great pure fun, and is instantly accessible to pretty much anyone. "It's just a tech demo."You may have seen those words written in various places,... more

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  • 9.

    Madden NFL 07

    Having been playing the series since its early heydays in the 90s, I can honestly say I haven't had this much fun with a football game in decades. Criticizing EA for releasing what is seemingly the same Madden year-over-year... more

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  • 8.

    SSX Blur

    For the first SSX game released in two years and exclusive to Nintendo's console, EA has really made a valiant effort to revitalise a series that, for some, was beginning to show its age. Much like Resistance was to the PS3's... more

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  • 7.

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2008

    The way PES was meant to play? PES on Wii plays unlike any football video game ever. It's so unfamiliar and bizarre you'll almost want to turn it off and immediately slap the Xbox 360 or PS3 version on instead. The funny... more

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  • 6.

    Shaun White Snowboarding

    Road Trip is the best snowboarding game we've played in a long while. Duuuuuuuuuuuude! Yeah, Shaun White is soooooo awesome! It's, like, full of awesomeness! It's so awesome, it's super awesome! And so on and so forth. Yes,... more

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  • 5.

    PES 2009

    It's not better than FIFA 09 next-gen, and it'll take a bit of getting used to, but with time and effort you'll find it the most rewarding virtual game of football around. When PES 2008 was released on the Wii early last... more

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  • 4.


    If you've been waiting most of your life for a visually upgraded Punch-Out!! that plays just as you remember it from the NES and SNES, your dreams have been answered. This is exactly that. Modern games let us do pretty much... more

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  • 3.

    Wii Sports Resort

    All in all there's plenty here to keep gamers happy, the MotionPlus support is extremely good and the game is packed full with the usual Nintendo charm. Making the follow-up to the game that convinced millions to buy a Wii... more

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  • 2.

    FIFA 09 All-Play

    FIFA has been given what it needed to draw in the first timers and the old hands, snatching the title of best football game on the Wii with a last minute flick of the remote. Football, as Jimmy Greaves once said, is a funny... more

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  • 1.

    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10

    If you want a fun, accessible golf game that lets you pretend to be a real pro then look no further. Tiger Woods 10 on Wii sets a new benchmark for others to follow. Few people could deny the fact that the Tiger Woods series... more

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