Look for even more control capabilities in the medical simulation title Trauma Center: New Blood (Nov. 13) while Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Nov. 20) aims for multi-sport success by incorporating familiar characters.
The family trivia game Smarty Pants exercises mental muscles along with My Word Coach (Nov. 6), which continues the strong “edutainment” craze with single and multiplayer modes.
Racing fans can get into street racing with Cruis’n or catch a double dose of the Need for Speed series with Carbon or Prostreet (Nov. 13).
The fantasy film Golden Compass (Dec. 4) and animated television show Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity (Oct. 16) both get video game adaptations.
Pet fans have the choice of Kitty Luv or Puppy Luv on December 4 while players can explore music skills/interest with the karaoke game High School Musical: Sing It (Nov. 13 - bundle with microphone available), Guitar Hero 3 (Oct. 27 – bundle featuring new wireless guitar controllers also available) and Hannah Montana: Spotlight World Tour (Nov. 16).
Unique, realistic sports titles include Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis (Nov. 20) and the first extended Wii boxing game, Victorious Boxers: Revolution (Oct. 31).
More unique titles include the farming RPG Harvest Moon series debut on the Wii with Harvest Moon Heroes while Endless Ocean (Oct. 29) presents extensive scuba diving escapism.
You can check game ratings at the ESRB's website. Enjoy!