If you need a fighting angle, then try WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 or Punch-Out along with a separate WiiWare title, Doc Louis’ Punch-Out (free for Club Nintendo members). Winter sport games include Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage (Nov. 8) and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games with more all-age competitions with balance board options.
Rapala We Fish adds some fishing humor and multiplayer modes while Bass Pro Shops: The Strike features an options rod and reel controller. Cabela’s Big Game Hunter 2010 challenges players to conquer different environments for high profile hunts while offering the Top Shot sawed off shotgun peripheral.
Active action games feature some very unique fighting titles. Nerf “N-Strike” Elite (Oct. 27) features first person shooter action for two players with a real NERF Switch Shot EX-3 blaster that has a red flip-up viewer to view hidden items and special messages throughout the game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex (Nov. 10) utilizes the Wii Zapper, online multiplayer mode and a two player cooperative campaign mode.
The Conduit has FPS thrills in single player mode or online, which supports the Wii Speak peripheral while Tom Clancy’s HAWX and Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces (Nov. 10) feature jet fighter action.
Go medieval on your opponent in the Wii debut of Valhalla Knights series, Eldar Saga, or investigate a crime scene in CSI Deadly Intent. Franchise action games include Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes and LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues (Nov 17).
Music fans can find Band Hero (Nov. 3, available in a superbundle), which features drums, bass, and microphone as well as guitar. LEGO Rock Band (Nov. 17) features David Bowie, Blur, and Iggy Pop built to rock while Rock Band: Metal Track Pack expands existing music game catalogs. DJ Hero (Nov. 3) tests your turntable skills and also has an available Renegade Edition featuring Jay-Z and Eminem. The Wii exclusive Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party and Disney Sing It: Pop Hits, available with or without microphone, continue two popular series. The Wii exclusive Just Dance (Nov. 17) lets players shake their moneymaker through a 60 year music history.