Sure, you could spend hours recreating the Miis that currently live on your Wii with the Mii Creator on the 3DS, but why? Using our guide, you can simply transfer them over to the handheld console wirelessly.
This Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Wii Review covers what the game is about and the basics of age appropriateness regarding children. It is a game that is specifically geared towards people that appreciate this genre of shooter entertainment through gaming.
With Epic Mickey, for the Nintendo Wii, Disney is trying to provide a new twist on a familiar brand. Is this game as epic as they claim, though? Read on for a detailed review of everything Epic Mickey has to offer.
Bit.Trip Beat is the first entry in the Bit.Trip series, and it is an excellent throwback to the ridiculously difficult games of the NES era. With its addictive gameplay, colorful visuals, and excellent soundtrack, Bit.Trip Beat is worth any Wii owner’s Nintendo Points.
Conduit 2 is an upcoming first-person shooter for the Wii. Set for launch in February of next year, this sequel to last year’s The Conduit looks to improve on the flaws of the first game and magnify that game’s strong points.
Wii Party looks to pick up where Mario Party 8 left off. Set to provide 80 minigames and 13 modes of play, Nintendo’s next entry in the party genre will also include exclusive use of user-created Mii characters.
Games, add ons, and Wii Channels are all available for purchase right on your console through the Wii Shop channel. You’ll need to add Wii Shop Points to your account before you can do so, and we’ll walk you through the whole process from beginning to end.
As an acompanying product, Warioware D.I.Y Showcase provides users the online facets and extras that were either not in the DS version or weren’t as well produced. Showcase allows users to play D.I.Y on their Wii console, with additional features, is it worth the price tag? Read on to find out…