The sequel to the smash hit Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Galaxy 2 takes everyone's favorite plumber back to explore the galaxy and rescue Princess Peach from the evil Bowser yet again. Super Mario Galaxy 2 expounds upon everything introduced in the original, bringing new power-ups, new environments, and the ability to ride Yoshi.
Samus returns in an adventure that finally explores the past of the beautiful bounty hunter. Metroid: Other M takes Samus into a mix of third-person and first-person action and explores Nintendo's favorite bounty hunter's history between Super Metroid and Metroid Fusion, taking Metroid fans on an action-adventure romp never before seen in the Metroid universe.
Mickey Mouse takes a turn for the mature in this title created by Warren Spector of System Shock and Deus Ex fame. Mickey Mouse has inadvertently created the Shadow Blot and must correct his past transgression. This is the darkest Mickey Mouse game out, and takes Mickey on an epic quest, using paint thinner and paint to destroy and create environments. This innovative title for the Wii should be at the top of the list of any Mickey Mouse enthusiast.
One of Nintendo's most well-known mascots returns in his first platforming game in years. Donkey Kong Country Returns takes Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong (in single or multiplayer) on a quest to recover Donkey Kong's stolen bananas from the evil Tiki Tak Tribe. Donkey Kong Country Returns has classic, great platforming elements and impressive visuals that are certain to cause old school gamers to feel nostalgic.
Kirby, the cute little pink fluffball, returns in a new adventure. When Kirby's infamous appetite causes him to eat a strange tomato, the evil wizard Yin-Yarn (owner of said tomato) punishes him by sending him to Patch Land, where everything is made of yarn. No longer able to absorb enemies, Kirby must now utilize his body's new yarn abilities to attempt to find the seven magic pieces of yarn that will let him restore Patch Land and defeat the evil Yin-Yarn.