I regret to say that this will be the last Must-Have Games for Disturbed Zombie. I have written a post on almost every console ever made, so there isn’t much left. So, I have left Wii for last, and this will be the best post yet. So, go on, keep reading.
Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy is one of my favourite games of all time. It has an epic plot where you play as Mario, and (once again) Bowser has stolen Peach. You have to get her back. You wake up in this strange spaceship where you meet a lady called Rosalina. She will guide you through the game. Just going around the spaceship is fun, and you can find 1-ups in different places. During your time of playing the game, the spaceship evolves, as you meet the toads and other things, they are added on to the spaceship. You have six rooms to go into to get to the levels. There is the Terrace, the Fountain, the Kitchen, the Bedroom, the Engine Room and the Garden, but the Garden is a bonus room, where you don’t have a Bowser or Bowser Jr. level, you only get this when you have finished the main game. Each room has about five galaxies. All of the levels are amazing, with just awesome gameplay. If you have a Wii, and you don’t have this game, I am amazed at your stupidity. GET IT!
Super Mario Galaxy 2
This game is the epic sequel to the first game. In this one, AGAIN Bowser has captured Peach, this time you are on a spaceship shaped like Mario’s head. This spaceship is especially awesome, because, like the first game, it evolves around you. As you find allies through the game, they will appear on your ship. This game is a lot like Super Mario Bros. for Wii, because when you step on the button (this takes you into the world map) it looks like an old game with little dots for each galaxy. The sequel’s gameplay is better than the original’s, because they have added a few things. When you have completed the game, you get to play as Luigi, who is basically Mario, but he is faster and harder to control. I only recommend using Luigi to experienced gamers. You can play as Luigi in the first game as well, but you have to get all 121 stars, which is quite annoying, and really hard to do. I actually gave up because it took up so much of my time. I wanted to play other games as well. This game is really good, and better than the original.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Skyward Sword is a good game, with a very good storyline. You are Link and Zelda has been captured (Is it just me, or does someone get captured EVERY GAME?), and you have to leave Skyworld, and go down to the Earth. It is a really fun game, and I would write more, but I actually haven’t finished the game yet. It is a really good game. It is a true Must-Have.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. Brawl is the third in a series, and it is a really good fighting game, but then again, it is pretty much the only fighting game on Wii. Before I got this game, I thought that this would be one of those games that wouldn’t have a story mode *cough* Mario Kart *cough*. But, it actually had a really good story mode, and I like the Subspace Emissary (that’s its name) better than normal and special Brawls. The only annoying thing about the game was the last level in the Subspace Emissary, which is called The Last Stage. IT IS EVERY LEVEL PUT TOGETHER!!! It is long, and tiresome, but it has a really good ending. You should really get this game.
Mario Kart Wii
As soon as I got this game, I thought,
“WHERE THE HELL IS THE STORY MODE?”
This game has good racing and good tracks, and that kind of thing, but what really disappointed me, was the absence of a story mode, I mean seriously? What is the point of a game with no story mode? See, the premier racing games for Wii are Need For Speed and Driver: San Francisco, and they have a story mode. This game only just snuck into the top 5, mostly because it is racing and Mario put together, which is cool.
Well, that’s it, I’m done and now, I will reveal my last favourite.
FAVOURITE: SUPER MARIO GALAXY 2