1. Super Smash Bros. Brawl
The third entry in what is possibly the greatest fighting game series of all, Super Smash Bros. It features over a dozen new characters with an overall higher quality of movesets than either of the other two games. It also features third-party mascots for the first time, including fan-favorites Solid Snake and Sonic the Hedgehog. With more items, most notably the Final Smash Ball, and stages than ever before, plus a fun story mode, new trophies, a sticker system, the ability to create your own stages, and much more, this is easily the biggest must-have for anyone who owns a Wii.
2. Super Mario Galaxy
The most original entry in the Super Mario Bros. series since Super Mario 64 successfully made the transition to 3D. Bowser kidnaps Princess Peach and takes her to outer space, so Mario, along with the help of Princess Rosalina and the star-like Lumas, heads after him into the cosmos. You take Mario between hundreds of little planetoids and dodge some of the most unique and creative obstacles in platforming. The story may be simple, but the gameplay is highly intuitive, and the various planets that you visit are so much fun that it does not matter. You might get a tad disoriented, but the game is well worth it.
3. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The most recent console entry into the greatest video game series of all time, The Legend of Zelda. It features a brand new Link, many years after the Ocarina of Time, having to deal with the sudden appearance of massive twilight creatures and sections of twilight appearing all across Hyrule. This time, he can turn into a wolf when he goes inside these sections, and he has a new partner, a little spunky imp …