This article is about the console released in 2006. For its successor, see Wii U.
Wii Wii logo
Wii with Wii Remote
Original Wii console with Wii Remote
Also known as     Revolution (code name)
Developer     Nintendo
Manufacturer     Foxconn
Type     Home video game console
Generation     Seventh generation
Release date     
November 19, 2006

Retail availability     2006–2013 (original model)
2011–present (Wii Family Edition)
2012–present (Wii Mini)
Introductory price     


Discontinued     Wii (overall)

    JP: October 20, 2013

Wii (original model)

    NA: October 2011
    EU: November 2011
    AU: November 2011
    JP: October 20, 2013

Wii Family Edition

    EU: October 20, 2013

Units sold     Worldwide: 101.63 million (as of March 31, 2016) (details)
Physical and digital

Operating system     Wii system software
CPU     729 MHz IBM PowerPC "Broadway"
Memory     88 MB (total), 24 MB MoSys 1T-SRAM, 324 MHz, 2.7GB/s bandwidth
Storage     512 MB Internal flash memory
Removable storage     SD/SDHC card
GameCube Memory Card
Video output formats

Graphics     243 MHz ATI "Hollywood"
Controller input     Wii Remote (Plus), Wii Balance Board, Nintendo GameCube controller, Nintendo DS
Connectivity     Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g
2 × USB 2.0
LAN Adapter (via USB)
Online services     Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection (closed May 20, 2014),WiiConnect24 (closed June 28, 2013), Wii Shop Channel
Best-selling game     Wii Sports (pack-in, except in Japan and South Korea) 82.78 million (as of March 31, 2016)
Mario Kart Wii, 36.75 million (as of March 31, 2016)
compatibility     GameCube (first model only)
Predecessor     GameCube
Successor     Wii U

The Wii (/ˈwiː/ WEE) is a home video game console released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006. As a seventh-generation console, the Wii competed with Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation 3. Nintendo states that its console targets a broader demographic than that of the two others. As of the first quarter of 2012, the Wii leads its generation over PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in worldwide sales, with more than 101 million units sold; in December 2009, the console broke the sales record for a single month in the United States.

The Wii introduced the Wii Remote controller, which can be used as a handheld pointing device and which detects movement in three dimensions. Another notable feature of the console is the now defunct WiiConnect24, which enabled it to receive messages and updates over the Internet while in standby mode. Like other seventh-generation consoles, it features a game download service, called "Virtual Console", which features emulated games from past systems.

It succeeded the GameCube, and early models are fully backward-compatible with all GameCube games and most accessories. Nintendo first spoke of the console at the E3 2004 press conference and later unveiled it at E3 2005. Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata revealed a prototype of the controller at the September 2005 Tokyo Game Show. At E3 2006, the console won the first of several awards. By December 8, 2006, it had completed its launch in the four key markets.

In late 2011, Nintendo released a reconfigured model, the "Wii Family Edition", which lacks Nintendo GameCube compatibility; this model was not released in Japan. The Wii Mini, Nintendo's first major console redesign since the compact SNES, succeeded the standard Wii model and was released first in Canada on December 7, 2012. The Wii Mini can only play Wii optical discs, as it omits GameCube compatibility and all networking capabilities; this model was not released in Japan, Australia, or New Zealand. The Wii's successor, the Wii U, was released on November 18, 2012. On October 20, 2013, Nintendo confirmed it had discontinued production of the Wii in Japan and Europe, although the Wii Mini is still in production and available in Europe.

See also: History of video game consoles (seventh generation)

The console was conceived in 2001, as the Nintendo GameCube was first released. According to an interview with Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto, the concept involved focusing on a new form of player interaction. "The consensus was that power isn't everything for a console. Too many powerful consoles can't coexist. It's like having only ferocious dinosaurs. They might fight and hasten their own extinction."

In 2003, game engineers and designers were brought together to develop the concept further. By 2005 the controller interface had taken form, but a public showing at that year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) was canceled. Miyamoto stated that the company "had some troubleshooting to do. So we decided not to reveal the controller and instead we displayed just the console." Nintendo president Satoru Iwata later unveiled and demonstrated the Wii Remote at the September Tokyo Game Show.

The Nintendo DS is said to have influenced the Wii's design. Designer Ken'ichiro Ashida noted, "We had the DS on our minds as we worked on the Wii. We thought about copying the DS's touch-panel interface and even came up with a prototype." The idea was eventually rejected because of the notion that the two gaming systems would be identical. Miyamoto also stated, " if the DS had flopped, we might have taken the Wii back to the drawing board." In June 2011 Nintendo unveiled the prototype of its successor to the Wii, to be known as Wii U.

The console was known by the code name "Revolution" until April 27, 2006, immediately before E3.

Nintendo's spelling of "Wii" (with two lower-case "i" characters) is intended to resemble two people standing side-by-side (representing players gathering together) and to represent the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. One reason the company has given for this name choice since the announcement is:
Wii sounds like 'we', which emphasizes that the console is for everyone. Wii can easily be remembered by people around the world, no matter what language they speak. No confusion.

Some video game developers and members of the press stated that they preferred "Revolution" over "Wii". Forbes expressed a fear "that the name would convey a continued sense of 'kidiness' to the console." The BBC reported the day after the name was announced that "a long list of puerile jokes, based on the name," had appeared on the Internet.

Nintendo of America's Vice President of Corporate Affairs Perrin Kaplan defended the choice of "Wii" over "Revolution" and responded to critics of the name, stating "Live with it, sleep with it, eat with it, move along with it and hopefully they'll arrive at the same place." Nintendo of America's president Reggie Fils-Aime acknowledged the initial reaction and further explained the change:
Revolution as a name is not ideal; it's long, and in some cultures, it's hard to pronounce. So we wanted something that was short, to the point, easy to pronounce, and distinctive. That's how 'Wii,' as a console name, was created.

Nintendo has stated that the official plural form is "Wii systems" or "Wii consoles." The Nintendo Style Guide refers to the console as "simply Wii, not Nintendo Wii", making it the first home console Nintendo has marketed outside Japan without the company name in its trademark.
Stack of Wii display boxes in store
Wii retail display boxes
Main article: Wii launch

On September 14, 2006 Nintendo announced release information for Japan, North and South America, Oceania, Asia and Europe including dates, prices, and projected unit-distribution figures. It was announced that the majority of the 2006 shipments would be allotted to the Americas, and 33 titles would be available at its launch. The Wii was launched in the United States on November 19, 2006 for $249.99, and was later launched in the United Kingdom on December 8, 2006 for £179. The United Kingdom experienced a widespread shortage of Wii units in many High-Street and online stores, and was unable to fulfill all pre-orders at its release. The Wii was launched in South Korea on April 26, 2008 and Taiwan on July 12, 2008.
Software library
See also: List of Wii games, List of products published by Nintendo, List of WiiWare games, and Virtual Console
Wii disc in open case
Wii optical disc in case

Retail copies of games are supplied on proprietary, DVD-type Wii optical discs, which are packaged in keep cases with instructions. In Europe, the boxes have a triangle at the bottom corner of the paper sleeve-insert side. The triangle is color-coded to identify the region for which the title is intended and which manual languages are included. The console supports regional lockout (software purchased in a region can be only played on that region's hardware).

New games in Nintendo's flagship franchises (including The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario, Pokémon, and Metroid) have been released, in addition to many original titles and third-party-developed games. Nintendo has received third-party support from companies such as Ubisoft, Sega, Square Enix, Activision Blizzard, Electronic Arts and Capcom, with more games being developed for Wii than for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360. Nintendo also launched the New Play Control! line, a selection of enhanced GameCube games for the Wii featuring updated controls.

The Virtual Console service allows Wii owners to play games originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo 64, Sega's Genesis/Mega Drive and Sega Mark III/Sega Master System, NEC's TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine, SNK's Neo Geo console, Commodore 64 and arcade games. Virtual Console games are distributed over broadband Internet via the Wii Shop Channel, and are saved to the Wii internal flash memory or to a removable SD card. Once downloaded, Virtual Console games can be accessed from the Wii Menu (as individual channels) or from an SD card via the SD Card Menu. There is also a Wii homebrew community, dedicated to creating and playing content unendorsed by Nintendo.

The game development suite Unity can be used to create official Wii games; however, the developer must be authorized by Nintendo to develop games for the console. Games must also be accepted by Nintendo to be sold.

919.07 million Wii games have been sold worldwide as of September 30, 2017, and 104 titles had surpassed the million-unit mark by March 2011. The most successful game (Wii Sports, which comes bundled with the console in most regions) sold 82.83 million copies worldwide by September 2017, surpassing Super Mario Bros. as the best-selling game of all time. The best-selling unbundled game, Mario Kart Wii, had sold 37.02 million units.
Launch titles
Further information: List of Wii games

Twenty-one games were announced for launch day in North and South America, with another twelve announced for release later in 2006. Wii Sports was included with the console bundle in all regions except Japan and South Korea. In contrast to the price of $60 quoted for many seventh-generation games in the US, Wii titles cost (at most) $50 at major US retail stores.


    NA North America, including Central and South Americas
    EU Europe
    JP Japan
    AUS Australasia

Launch title     Region(s) released
Avatar: The Last Airbender     NA
Barnyard     NA
Call of Duty 3     NA EU AUS
Cars     NA EU AUS
Crayon Shin-chan: Saikyou Kazoku Kasukabe King Wii     JP
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2     NA
Elebits     JP
Ennichi no Tatsujin     JP
Excite Truck     NA
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy     NA
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection     EU
GT Pro Series     NA EU AUS
Happy Feet     NA EU
Kororinpa: Marble Mania     JP
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess     NA JP EU AUS
Machi Kuru Domino     JP
Madden NFL 07     NA EU
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance     NA
Monster 4x4: World Circuit     NA EU
Launch title (cont'd)     Region(s) released
Necro-Nesia     JP
Need for Speed: Carbon     NA EU AUS
Open Season     NA EU AUS
Rampage: Total Destruction     NA EU AUS
Rayman Raving Rabbids     NA EU AUS
Red Steel     NA JP EU AUS
SD Gundam G Breaker     JP
SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab     NA EU
Super Fruit Fall     EU
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz     NA JP EU AUS
Super Swing Golf     JP
Tamagotchi: Party On!/Tamagotchi's Sparkling President     JP
Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam     NA EU AUS
Trauma Center: Second Opinion     NA JP
WarioWare: Smooth Moves     JP
Wii Play     JP EU AUS
Wii Sports[Note 1]     NA JP EU AUS
Wing Island     JP

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption was promoted as a launch title, but its release was eventually postponed until August 27, 2007 in North America. Satoru Iwata also initially wished for Super Smash Bros. Brawl to be released at launch.

    Wii Sports came bundled with the Wii in all territories except Japan and South Korea.


Nintendo has hoped to target a wider demographic with its console than that of others in the seventh generation. At a press conference for the then-upcoming Nintendo DS game Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies in December 2006, Satoru Iwata insisted "We're not thinking about fighting Sony, but about how many people we can get to play games. The thing we're thinking about most is not portable systems, consoles, and so forth, but that we want to get new people playing games." This is reflected in Nintendo's series of television advertisements in North America (directed by Academy Award winner Stephen Gaghan) and its Internet ads. The advertising slogans were "Wii would like to play" and "Experience a new way to play"; the ads began November 15, 2006, and had a total budget of over US$200 million for the year. The productions were Nintendo's first broad-based advertising strategy and included a two-minute video clip showing an assortment of people enjoying the Wii system: urban apartment-dwellers, ranchers, grandparents, and parents with their children. The music in the ads was from the song "Kodo (Inside the Sun Remix)" by the Yoshida Brothers. The marketing campaign was successful; pensioners as old as 103 were reported to be playing the Wii in the United Kingdom. A report by the British newspaper The People also stated that Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom has used the console.
Stack of video-game consoles, of which the Wii is the smallest
The Wii (top) compared in size to the NGC, N64, North American SNES and NES

The Wii was Nintendo's smallest home console at the time (the current smallest is hybrid home-portable console Nintendo Switch, when in portable mode); it measures 44 mm (1.73 in) wide, 157 mm (6.18 in) tall and 215.4 mm (8.48 in) deep in its vertical orientation, slightly larger than three DVD cases stacked together. The included stand measures 55.4 mm (2.18 in) wide, 44 mm (1.73 in) tall and 225.6 mm (8.88 in) deep. The system weighs 1.2 kg (2.7 lb), making it the lightest of the three major seventh-generation consoles. The Wii may stand horizontally or vertically. The prefix for the numbering scheme of the system and its parts and accessories is "RVL-" for its code name, "Revolution".

The front of the console features an illuminated slot-loading optical media drive which accepts only 12 cm Wii Optical Discs and 8 cm Nintendo GameCube Game Discs. (Units sold in South Korea and later revisions do not support GameCube discs.) The blue light in the disc slot illuminates briefly when the console is turned on, and pulses when new data is received through WiiConnect24. After the update (including System Menu 3.0), the disc-slot light activates whenever a Wii disc is inserted or ejected. When there is no WiiConnect24 information, the light stays off. The disc-slot light remains off during game play or when using other features. Two USB ports are located at its rear. An SD-card slot is located behind the cover on the front of the console.

The Wii launch package includes the console; a stand to allow the console to be placed vertically; a round, clear stabilizer for the main stand; a Wii Remote; a Nunchuk attachment; a Sensor Bar; a removable stand for the bar; an external power adapter; two AA batteries; a composite AV cable with RCA connectors; a SCART adapter in European countries (component video and other types of cables are available separately); operation documentation and (in Europe and the Americas) a copy of the game Wii Sports.

The disc reader of the Wii does not play DVD-Video, DVD-Audio or Compact Discs. A 2006 announcement stated that a new version of the Wii (capable of DVD-Video playback) would be released in 2007; however, Nintendo delayed its release to focus on meeting demand for the original console. Nintendo's initial announcement stated that it "requires more than a firmware upgrade" to implement, and the capability could not be made available as an upgrade option for the existing Wii. Despite this assertion, third parties have used Wii homebrew to add DVD playback to unmodified Wii units. The Wii also can be hacked to enable an owner to use the console for activities unintended by the manufacturer. Several brands of modchips are available for the Wii.

Although Nintendo showed the console and the Wii Remote in white, black, silver, lime-green and red before it was released, it was only available in white for its first two-and-a-half years of sales. Black consoles were available in Japan in August 2009, in Europe in November 2009 and in North America on May 9, 2010. A red Wii system bundle was available in Japan on November 11, 2010, commemorating the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. The UK version of the limited-edition red Wii was released October 29, 2010, preloaded with the original Donkey Kong game. It also featured the Wii Remote Plus, a new version of the controller with integrated Wii Motion Plus technology. The red Wii bundle was released in North America on November 7, 2010 with New Super Mario Bros. Wii and the Wii Remote Plus.

On July 11, 2007, Nintendo unveiled the Wii Balance Board at E3 2007 with Wii Fit. It is a wireless balance board accessory for the Wii, with multiple pressure sensors used to measure the user's center of balance. Namco Bandai produced a mat controller (a simpler, less-sophisticated competitor to the balance board).
Wii Remote
Main article: Wii Remote
Two types of Wii controllers, one in each hand
A Nunchuk, Wii Remote and strap shown in hand

The Wii Remote is the primary controller for the console. It uses a combination of built-in accelerometers and infrared detection to sense its position in 3D space when pointed at the LEDs in the Sensor Bar. This design allows users to control the game with physical gestures as well as button-presses. The controller connects to the console using Bluetooth with an approximate 30 ft (9.1 m) range, and features rumble and an internal speaker. An attachable wrist strap can be used to prevent the player from unintentionally dropping (or throwing) the Wii Remote. Nintendo has since offered a stronger strap and the Wii Remote Jacket to provide extra grip and protection.

Accessories can be connected to a Wii Remote through a proprietary port at the base of the controller, such as the bundled Nunchuk — a handheld unit with an accelerometer, analog stick, and two trigger buttons.An expansion accessory known as Wii MotionPlus augments the Wii Remote's existing sensors with gyroscopes to allow for finer motion detection; the MotionPlus functionality was later incorporated into a revision of the controller known as Wii Remote Plus. At E3 2009, Nintendo also presented a "Vitality Sensor" accessory that could be used to measure a player's pulse. In a 2013 Q&A, Satoru Iwata revealed that the Vitality Sensor had been shelved, as internal testing found that the device did not work with all users, and its use cases were too narrow.
Memory storage

The Wii console contains 512 megabytes of internal flash memory, and features an SD card slot for external storage. An SD card can be used for uploading photos and backing up saved game data and downloaded Virtual Console and WiiWare games. To use the SD slot for transferring game saves, an update must be installed. Installation may be initiated from the Wii options menu through an Internet connection, or by inserting a game disc containing the update. Virtual Console data cannot be restored to any system except the unit of origin. An SD card can also be used to create customized in-game music from stored MP3 files (as first shown in Excite Truck) and music for the slide-show feature of the Photo Channel. Version 1.1 of the Photo Channel removed MP3 playback in favor of AAC support.

At the Nintendo Fall Press Conference in October 2008, Satoru Iwata announced that Wii owners would have the option to download WiiWare and Virtual Console content directly onto an SD card. The option would offer an alternative to "address the console's insufficient memory storage". The announcement stated that it would be available in Japan in spring 2009; Nintendo made the update available on March 25. In addition to the previously announced feature, it lets the player load Virtual Console and WiiWare games directly from the SD card. The update allows the use of SDHC cards, increasing the limit on SD card size from 2 GB to 32 GB.

Nintendo has released few technical details regarding the Wii system, but some key facts have leaked through the press. Although none of these reports has been officially confirmed, they generally indicate that the console is an extension (or advancement) of the Nintendo GameCube architecture. Specifically, the analyses report that the Wii is roughly 1.5 to 2 times as powerful as its predecessor. Based on specifications, the Wii has been called the least powerful of the major home consoles of its generation.


    CPU: PowerPC-based Broadway processor, made with a 90 nm SOI CMOS process, reportedly† clocked at 729 MHz
    GPU: ATI Hollywood GPU made with a 90 nm CMOS process,[114] reportedly† clocked at 243 MHz

^† None of the clock rates have been confirmed by Nintendo, IBM or ATI.


    88 MB main memory (24 MB internal 1T-SRAM integrated into graphics package, 64 MB external GDDR3 SDRAM)
    3 MB embedded GPU texture memory and framebuffer

Ports and peripheral capabilities:

    Up to 16 Wii Remote controllers (10 in standard mode, 6 in one-time mode,[116] connected wirelessly via Bluetooth)
    Nintendo GameCube controller ports (4)
    Nintendo GameCube memory-card slots (2)
    SD memory-card slot (supports SDHC cards, as of system menu 4.0)
    USB 2.0 ports (2)
    Sensor Bar power port
    Accessory port on bottom of Wii Remote
    Optional USB keyboard input in message board, Wii Shop and Internet channels (as of 3.0 and 3.1 firmware update)
    Mitsumi DWM-W004 WiFi 802.11b/g wireless module
    Compatible with optional USB 2.0 to Ethernet LAN adapter
    "AV Multi Out" port (See "Video" section)

Built-in content ratings systems:


Square computer chip
IBM Wii Broadway CPU
Square computer chip
ATI Wii Hollywood GPU


    512 MB built-in NAND flash memory
    Expanded storage via SD and SDHC card memory (up to 32 GB)
    Nintendo GameCube memory card (required for GameCube game saves)
    Slot-loading disc drive, compatible with 8 cm Nintendo GameCube Game Disc and 12 cm Wii Optical Disc
    Mask ROM by Macronix


    Custom "AV Multi Out" port supporting composite video, YPBPR component video, S-Video (NTSC consoles only) and RGB SCART (PAL consoles only)
    480p (PAL/NTSC), 480i (PAL/NTSC) or 576i (PAL/SECAM), standard 4:3 and 16:9 anamorphic widescreen


    Main: Stereo – Dolby Pro Logic II-capable
    Controller: Built-in speaker
    Audio DSP

Power consumption:

    18 W when switched on
    9.6 W in standby with WiiConnect24 standby connection
    1.3 W in standby

Technical problems

The first Wii system software update (via WiiConnect24) caused a small number of launch units to become completely unusable. This forced users to either send their units to Nintendo for repairs (if they wished to retain their saved data) or exchange them for free replacements.

With the release of dual-layer Wii Optical Discs, Nintendo of America stated that some Wii systems may have difficulty reading the high-density software (due to a contaminated laser lens). Nintendo offers retail lens-cleaning kits and free console repairs for owners who experience this issue.

The Wii Remote can lose track of the Wii system it has been set to, requiring that it be reset and resynchronized. Nintendo's support website provides instructions for this process and troubleshooting related issues.
Legal issues

Interlink Electronics filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Nintendo over the pointing functionality of the Wii Remote, claiming "loss of reasonable royalties, reduced sales and/or lost profits as a result of the infringing activities" of Nintendo. The law firm Green Welling LLP filed a class action lawsuit against Nintendo for its "defective wrist straps". A Texas-based company (Lonestar Inventions) sued Nintendo, claiming that the company copied one of Lonestar's patented capacitor designs and used it in the Wii console.

Anascape Ltd, a Texas-based firm, filed a lawsuit against Nintendo for patent infringement regarding Nintendo's controllers. A July 2008 verdict banned Nintendo from selling the Classic Controller in the United States. Following an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, on April 22, 2010 the Federal Circuit Court ruled in Nintendo's favor.

On August 19, 2008 Hillcrest Laboratories Inc. filed a complaint against Nintendo with the U.S International Trade Commission, alleging that the Wii Remote infringed on three of its patents. A fourth Hillcrest patent (for graphical interfaces displayed on television screens) was also allegedly violated. Hillcrest sought a ban on Wii consoles imported to the U.S. On August 24, 2009 Nintendo and Hillcrest reached a settlement, although the terms were not publicly disclosed.

The trademark application for the Wii Remote was initially rejected by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The USPTO claimed that the word "remote" is commonly used, and therefore should not be trademarked. The USPTO would accept Nintendo's trademark filing if the company disclaims exclusive rights to the word "remote" in the term.
See also: Wii system software

The console has a number of internal features made available from its hardware and firmware components. The hardware allows for extendability (via expansion ports), while the firmware (and some software) can receive periodic updates via the WiiConnect24 service.
Wii Menu
Screenshot of Wii Menu
Wii Menu
Main article: Wii Menu

The Wii Menu interface is designed to emulate television channels. Separate channels are graphically displayed in a grid, and are navigated using the pointer capability of the Wii Remote. Except for the Disc Channel, it is possible to change the arrangement by holding down the A and B buttons to "grab" channels and move them around. There are six primary channels: the Disc Channel, Mii Channel, Photo Channel, Wii Shop Channel, Forecast Channel and News Channel. The latter two were initially unavailable at launch, but were later activated in updates. The Wii + Internet Video Channel was installed in consoles manufactured after September 2008. Additional channels are available for download from the Wii Shop Channel through WiiWare, and appear with each Virtual Console title; these include the Everybody Votes Channel, Internet Channel, Check Mii Out Channel and the Nintendo Channel. As of October 18, 2010, Wii owners can download the Netflix Channel from the Wii Shop Channel.
Backward compatibility
Wii console with black GameCube controller
The first model of the Wii has Nintendo GameCube Memory Card and controller slots to provide backward compatibility.

Wii consoles with the original design are backward-compatible with all Nintendo GameCube software, Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards and controllers. Software compatibility is achieved by the slot-loading drive's ability to accept Nintendo GameCube Game Discs. However, redesigned "Family Edition" Wiis and the Wii Mini are not backward-compatible.

A Wii console running a GameCube disc is restricted to GameCube functionality, and GameCube controller is required to play GameCube titles. A Nintendo GameCube Memory Card is also necessary to save game progress and content, since the Wii internal flash memory will not save GameCube games. Also, backward compatibility is limited in some areas. For example, online and LAN-enabled features for Nintendo GameCube titles are unavailable on the Wii, since the console lacks serial ports for the Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter and Modem Adapter.
Nintendo DS connectivity

The Wii system supports wireless connectivity with the Nintendo DS without any additional accessories. This connectivity allows the player to use the Nintendo DS microphone and touchscreen as inputs for Wii games. The first game utilizing Nintendo DS-Wii connectivity is Pokémon Battle Revolution. Players with either the Pokémon Diamond or Pearl Nintendo DS games are able to play battles using the Nintendo DS as a controller. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time, released on both Nintendo DS and Wii, features connectivity in which both games can advance simultaneously. Nintendo later released the Nintendo Channel, which allows Wii owners to download game demos or additional data to their Nintendo DS in a process similar to that of a DS Download Station. The console is also able to expand Nintendo DS games.
Online connectivity
Main articles: Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, WiiConnect24, Internet Channel, and List of Wii Wi-Fi Connection games

The Wii console connects to the Internet through its built-in 802.11b/g Wi-Fi or through a USB-to-Ethernet adapter; either method allows players to access the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service. The service has several features for the console, including the Virtual Console, WiiConnect24, Internet Channel, Forecast Channel, Everybody Votes Channel, News Channel and the Check Mii Out Channel. The Wii can also communicate (and connect) with other Wii systems through a self-generated wireless LAN, enabling local wireless multi-playing on different television sets. Battalion Wars 2 first demonstrated this feature for non-split screen multi-playing between two (or more) televisions.

On April 9, 2008, the BBC announced that its online BBC iPlayer would be available on the Wii via the Internet Channel browser; however, some users experienced difficulty with the service. On November 18, 2009, BBC iPlayer on the Wii was relaunched as the BBC iPlayer Channel, a free download from the Wii Shop Channel; however, the service is only available to people in the United Kingdom. On December 26, 2008, Nintendo announced a new video channel for the Wii. As of October 18, 2010, American and Canadian Wii owners can watch Netflix instantly on a channel (without requiring a disc).
Parental controls

The console features parental controls, which can be used to prohibit younger users from playing games with content unsuitable for their age level. When one attempts to play a Wii or Virtual Console game, it reads the content rating encoded in the game data; if this rating is greater than the system's set age level, the game will not load without a password. Parental controls may also restrict Internet access, which blocks the Internet Channel and system-update features. Since the console is restricted to Nintendo GameCube functionality when playing Nintendo GameCube Game Discs, GameCube software is unaffected by Wii parental-control settings.

European units primarily use the PEGI rating system, while North American units use the ESRB rating system. The Wii supports the rating systems of many countries, including CERO in Japan, the USK in Germany, the PEGI and BBFC in the United Kingdom, the ACB in Australia and the OFLC in New Zealand. Homebrew developers have reverse-engineered the function which Nintendo uses to recover lost parental-control passwords, creating a simple script to obtain parental-control reset codes.

The Wii has received generally positive reviews. The system was well received after its exhibition at E3 2006. At the event, Nintendo's console won the Game Critics Awards for Best of Show and Best Hardware. In the December 2006 issue of Popular Science, the console was named a Grand Award Winner in home entertainment. Spike TV's Video Games Award cited the Wii's breakthrough technology. GameSpot chose the console as having the best hardware in its "Best and Worst 2006" awards. The system was also chosen as one of PC World magazine's 20 Most Innovative Products of the Year. The console received a Golden Joystick for Innovation of the Year 2007 at the Golden Joystick Awards. In the category of Engineering & Technology for Creation and Implementation of Video Games and Platforms, Nintendo was awarded an Emmy Award for Game Controller Innovation by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In 2009, IGN named the Wii the 10th greatest console of all time (out of 25).

The Wii's success caught third-party developers by surprise, leading to apologies for the quality of their early games. In an interview with German news magazine Der Spiegel, Ubisoft's Yves Guillemot and Alain Corre admitted that they made a mistake in rushing out their launch titles, promising to take future projects more seriously. Take-Two Interactive, which released few games for the Nintendo GameCube, changed its stance towards Nintendo by placing a higher priority on the Wii.

At the same time, criticism of the Wii Remote and Wii hardware specifications has surfaced. Former GameSpot editor and Giantbomb.com founder Jeff Gerstmann stated that the controller's speaker produces low-quality sound, while Factor 5 President Julian Eggebrecht criticized the hardware audio as substandard for a console of its generation. UK-based developer Free Radical Design stated that the Wii hardware lacks the power necessary to run the software it scheduled for release on other seventh-generation consoles. Online connectivity of the Wii was also criticized; Matt Casamassina of IGN compared it to the "entirely unintuitive" service provided for the Nintendo DS.

Game designer and The Sims creator Will Wright shared his thoughts on the Wii in the context of the current console generation: "The only next gen system I've seen is the Wii – the PS3 and the Xbox 360 feel like better versions of the last, but pretty much the same game with incremental improvement. But the Wii feels like a major jump – not that the graphics are more powerful, but that it hits a completely different demographic."

The Wii is seen as more physically demanding than other game consoles. Some Wii players have experienced a form of tennis elbow, known as "Wiiitis". A study published in the British Medical Journal stated that Wii players use more energy than they do playing sedentary computer games. While this energy increase may be beneficial to weight management, it was not an adequate replacement for regular exercise. A case study published in the American Physical Therapy Association's journal, Physical Therapy, focused on use of the Wii for rehabilitation in a teenager with cerebral palsy. It is believed to be the first published research demonstrating physical-therapy benefits from use of the gaming system. Researchers say the system complements traditional techniques through use of simultaneous gaming rehabilitation efforts. In May 2010 the American Heart Association (AHA) endorsed the Wii to encourage sedentary people to take the first step toward fitness. The AHA heart icon covers the console and two of its more-active games, Wii Fit Plus and Wii Sports Resort.

By 2008, two years after the Wii's release, Nintendo acknowledged several limitations and challenges with the system (such as the perception that the system catered primarily to a "casual" audience and was unpopular among "core" gamers). Game designer Shigeru Miyamoto admitted that the lack of support for high definition video output on the Wii and its limited network infrastructure also contributed to the system being regarded separately from its competitors' systems, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

An executive for Frontline Studios stated that major publishers were wary of releasing exclusive titles for the Wii, due to the perception that third-party companies were not strongly supported by consumers. In his blog, 1UP.com editor Jeremy Parish stated that Nintendo was the biggest disappointment for him in 2007. Commenting on the lack of quality third-party support, he stated that "the Wii landscape is bleak. Worse than it was on N64. Worse than on GameCube...the resulting third-party content is overwhelmingly bargain-bin trash." The Globe and Mail and Forbes noted that the Wii had few successful third-party titles compared to its rivals (due, in part, to its weaker hardware). Third-party developers often skipped the Wii instead of making games for all three consoles simultaneously ("blockbusters like the Call of Duty franchise either never arrive on Nintendo hardware or show up in neutered form"). Forbes observed that of the most successful games of 2011 (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Mass Effect 3, Portal 2, L.A. Noire, Battlefield 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3), although all were released for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, only Modern Warfare 3 received a Wii version which was also the least positively received port of the game. The lack of third-party games may be exacerbated in the future, as Nintendo faces the "dilemma of having fallen out of sync with its rivals in the console cycle"; Microsoft and Sony would design their consoles to be more powerful than the Wii U. Strong third-party titles are seen as a key sign of a gaming console's health.

The Globe and Mail, in suggesting why Nintendo posted a record loss of $926 million for the initial six months of its 2011–2012 fiscal year, blamed the Wii's design for being "short-sighted". The Wii initially enjoyed phenomenal success because it was inexpensive (due to its being less sophisticated than its competitors) and introduced a "gaming gimmick". However, this approach meant that the Wii's hardware soon became outdated and could not keep up long-term (in contrast to more-advanced rivals such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, which are expected to continue doing well in 2012–2013) "as both user desires and surrounding technologies evolved" later in the generation. Furthermore, price cuts and the introduction of motion-sensor controllers for the Xbox 360 and PS3 nullified advantages once held by the Wii. The Globe suggested that there were other reasons for Nintendo's poor financial performance, including a strong yen and a tepid reception to the Nintendo 3DS handheld as mobile gaming becomes popular on smartphones and tablets (such as the iPad).
Main article: Wii sales

As of March 31, 2016, the Wii has sold 101.63 million consoles worldwide.

Since its launch, monthly sales numbers of the console have generally been higher than its competitors around the globe. According to the NPD Group, the Wii sold more units in the United States than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 combined in the first half of 2007. This lead is even larger in the Japanese market, where it currently leads in total sales (having outsold both consoles by factors of 2:1 to 6:1 nearly every week from its launch to November 2007). In Australia the Wii broke the record set by the Xbox 360 and became the fastest-selling game console in Australian history, selling 32,901 units within the first four days of the console’s release. It also broke the 360’s Australian record for the quickest amount of time to sell 100,000 units, reaching the milestone within six months and two weeks.

On September 12, 2007, the Financial Times reported that the Wii had surpassed the Xbox 360 (released a year earlier) and had become market leader in home-console sales for the current generation, based on sales figures from Enterbrain, NPD Group and GfK. This was the first time a Nintendo console led its generation in sales since the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

On July 11, 2007, Nintendo warned that the Wii would remain in short supply throughout that calendar year. In December, Reggie Fils-Aimé revealed that Nintendo was producing approximately 1.8 million Wii consoles each month. Some UK stores still had a shortage of consoles in March 2007, demand still outpaced supply in the United States in June 2007, and the console was "selling out almost as quickly as it hits retail shelves" in Canada in April 2008. In October 2008 Nintendo announced that between October and December the Wii would have its North American supplies increased considerably from 2007 levels, while producing 2.4 million Wii units a month worldwide (compared to 1.6 million per month in 2007).

In the United States the Wii sold 10.9 million units by July 1, 2008, making it the leader in current-generation home console sales according to the NPD Group (and surpassing the Xbox 360).

In Japan the Wii surpassed the number of GameCube units sold by January 2008; it sold 7,526,821 units by December 2008, according to Enterbrain. According to the NPD Group the Wii surpassed the Xbox 360 to become the best-selling "next-generation" home video-game console in Canada (with 813,000 units sold by April 1, 2008), and was the best-selling home console for 13 of the previous 17 months. According to the NPD Group the Wii had sold a total of 1,060,000 units in Canada by August 2008, making it the first current-generation home console to surpass the million-unit mark in that country. In the United Kingdom the Wii leads in current-generation home-console sales with 4.9 million units sold as of January 3, 2009, according to GfK Chart-Track. On March 25, 2009 at the Game Developers Conference, Satoru Iwata said that worldwide shipments of Wii had reached 50 million. According to GfK Australia, the Wii had sold over 500,000 units in Australia within 84 weeks of its release, beating the PlayStation 2 and the DS as the fastest system to accumulate 500,000 sales in that country.

While Microsoft and Sony have experienced losses producing their consoles in the hopes of making a long-term profit on software sales, Nintendo reportedly has optimized production costs to obtain a significant profit margin with each Wii unit sold. On September 17, 2007 the Financial Times reported that the direct profit per Wii sold may vary, from $13 in Japan to $49 in the United States and $79 in Europe. On December 2, 2008, Forbes reported that Nintendo made a $6 operating profit per Wii unit sold.

On September 23, 2009, Nintendo announced its first price reductions for the console. Nintendo sold more than three million Wii consoles in the U.S. in December 2009 (setting a regional record for the month and ending nine months of declining sales), due to the price cut and software releases such as New Super Mario Bros. Wii. On January 31, 2010 the Wii became the best-selling home video-game console produced by Nintendo, with sales of over 67 million units (surpassing those of the original Nintendo Entertainment System). Nintendo reported that on Black Friday 2011 over 500,000 Wii consoles were sold, making it the most successful Black Friday in company history.
Other models
Family Edition
Nintendo GameCube Controller Ports and Memory Card Slots' remains as it appears in the Wii Family Edition by removing the top cover.
The Nintendo GameCube Controller Ports and Memory Card Slots' remains can be found in the Wii Family Edition's motherboard

The Wii Family Edition variant is identical to the original model, but is designed to sit horizontally (the vertical feet are still present; however, the front labels are rotated and a stand is no longer included) and removes the GameCube controller and memory card ports, although the casing under the top cover still has the GameCube controller and memory card ports holes with no ports and no slots. For this reason, the Family Edition variant is incompatible with GameCube games and accessories. The console was announced on August 17, 2011 and released in Europe and North America in October 2011.

The Wii Family Edition was made available in Europe, bundled with a Wii Remote Plus, Wii Party and Wii Sports. A blue Wii Family Edition was launched to coincide with Black Friday and the release of Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games on November 18, 2011 and a black Wii Family Edition (bundled with New Super Mario Bros. Wii and the official soundtrack CD of Super Mario Galaxy) was released on October 23, 2011. In late 2012 Nintendo released a version of the North America black edition, including Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort games on a single disc instead of the New Super Mario Bros. Wii game and the Super Mario Galaxy soundtrack.
Wii Mini
A Wii Mini with Wii Remote

The Wii Mini (stylized as Wii mini) is a smaller, redesigned Wii with a top-loading disc drive. This model lacks YPBPR (component video/D-Terminal), S-Video, RGB SCART output, GameCube compatibility, online connectivity, the SD card slot and Wi-Fi support, and has only one USB port unlike the previous models' two. The initial release omitted a pack-in game, but Mario Kart Wii was included at no extra charge beginning on September 18, 2013 in Canada and from launch in the United States. It was released in Canada on December 7, 2012 with a MSRP of C$99.99,in Europe on March 22, 2013, and in the United States on November 17, 2013. Nintendo uses this console and the Nintendo Selects game series to promote low-cost gaming. The Wii Mini is styled in matte black with a red border, and includes a red Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk. A composite video/audio cable, wired sensor bar and power adapter are also included.

It was not released in Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Main article: Wii U

Nintendo announced the successor to the Wii, Wii U, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011. The Wii U features a controller with an embedded touch screen and output 1080p high-definition graphics; it is fully backward-compatible with Wii games and peripherals for the Wii. The Wii remote, Nunchuk controller and balance board are compatible with Wii U games which include support for them. The Wii U was released on November 18, 2012 in North America, November 30, 2012 in Europe and Australia, and December

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EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp
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Endless Ocean
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Ennichi no Tatsujin
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Fish ’em All!
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Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked!
Food Network: Cook or be Cooked
Ford Racing Off Road
Forgotten Worlds
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Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon
Fragile: Farewell Ruins of the Moon
Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds
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Free Running
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Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri Dōchū
Gate of Thunder
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Germany’s Next Topmodel: Das offizielle Spiel zur Staffel 2009
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Guinness World Records: The Videogame
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Gunblade NY and LA Machineguns
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Gunstar Heroes
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Hanjuku Hero
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Hard Working People
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
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Harvest Moon
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Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law
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Hasbro Family Game Night 3
Hasbro Family Game Night Volume 2
Haunted House
Heavenly Guardian
Heavy Fire: Afghanistan
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Heisei Shin Onigashima: Kōhen
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Hell’s Kitchen
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Hello Kitty: Seasons
Help Wanted: 50 Wacky Jobs
Heracles Chariot Racing
Herakles no Eikō 3: Kamigami no Chinmoku
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Heron: Steam Machine
Hidden Mysteries: The Fateful Voyage – Titanic
Hidden Mysteries: Titanic
High School Musical 3: Senior Year DANCE!
High School Musical: Sing It!
High Voltage Hot Rod Show
Hockey Allstar Shootout
Hokuto no Ken
Home Sweet Home
Hooked again: Real Motion Fishing
Hooked: Real Motion Fishing
Hopping Mappy
Horizon Riders
Horrible Histories: Ruthless Romans
Horrible Histories: Ruthless Romans
Horrid Henry
Horse Life Adventures
Hot Wheels: Beat That!
Hotel for Dogs
House of the Dead: Overkill
How to Train Your Dragon
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Hyper Fighters
Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward
iCarly 2: iJoin the Click!
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
Ice Age: Continental Drift – Arctic Games
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Ice Climber
Ice Hockey
Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey-bu: Subete Koronde Dairantō
Image Fight II: Operation Deepstriker
Imagine Fashion Party
Imagine Party Babyz
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Impossible Mission
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Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
Indiana Jones’ Greatest Adventures
Indianapolis 500 Legends
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Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine
Iron Man
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Islands of Dr. Frankenstein
It’s My Birthday
Ivy the Kiwi?
J.J. & Jeff
Jam City Rollergirls
Jambo! Safari: Animal Rescue
James Bond: Quantum of Solace
James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game
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JAWS: Ultimate Predator
Jelly Belly: Ballistic Beans
Jenga World Tour
Jewel Keepers: Easter Island
Jewel Quest Mysteries
Jikkyō Powerful Pro Yakyū 15
Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010
Jillian Michaels’ Fitness Ultimatum
Jimmie Johnson’s Anything with an Engine
Job Island
Joy Mecha Fight
JU-ON: The Grudge
Jump Start Escape From Adventure Island
Jump Start Pet Rescue
Jumper: Griffin’s Story
Jungle Kartz
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Kaizō Chōjin Shubibinman
Kamaitachi no Yoru
Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes W
Kanshakudama Nage Kantarō no Tōkaidō Gojūsan Tsugi
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Karaoke Revolution
Karaoke Revolution Glee
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Karaoke Revolution Presents American Idol Encore
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Karaoke Revolution: Glee
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Karate Champ
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Kawa no Nushi Tsuri: Shizenha
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KiKi KaiKai
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King of Clubs
King of the Monsters
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King’s Knight
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
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Kirby’s Dream Land 3
Kirby’s Epic Yarn
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Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
Knuckle Heads
Kororinpa 2
Kororinpa: Marble Mania
Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda 2
Kunio-kun no Dodge Ball da yo: Zenin Shūgo
Kyūyaku Megami Tensei: Megami Tensei I ・II
Landstalker: Treasure of King Nole
Langrisser II
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Anniversary
Las Vegas Casino Party
Last Battle
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Last Ninja 2
Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance
Last Ninja 3
Last Resort
Lawn Games
Lead The Meerkats
League Bowling
Learning With the PooYoos Episode 1
Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1
Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 2
Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 3
Legend of Hero Tonma
Legend of Spyro: Darkest Hour
Legend of the Dragon
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’hoole
Legendo’s The Three Musketeers: One for All!
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Collector’s Edition)
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
Lego Indiana Jones
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues
LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game
LEGO Rock Band
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
LEGO The Lord of the Rings
Let’s Catch
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Let’s Dance with Mel B
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Libble Rabble
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Link’s Crossbow Training
Liquid Kids
Little King’s Story
Little League World Series 2008
Little League World Series Baseball 2009
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Little Tournament Over Yonder
Littlest Pet Shop
Littlest Pet Shop Friends
Lode Runner
Logic Puzzle Series Vol. 1: Sudoku
London Taxi Rush Hour
Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal
Lord Monarch
Lords of Thunder
Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked
Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked!
Lost in Shadow
LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias
Lucha Libre AAA: Héroes Del Ring
Lunar Pool
Luxor 3
Luxor: Pharaoh’s Challenge
Märchen Maze
M&M’s Kart Racing
Maboshi’s Arcade
Mach Rider
Mad Dog McCree Gunslinger Pack
Mad Dog McCree: Gunslinger Pack
Mad Tracks
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
Madden 07
Madden NFL 07
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Magician Lord
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Majin Tensei
Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis
Major League Baseball 2K11
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Major League Eating: The Game
Major Minor’s Majestic March
Makai Hakkenden Shada
Man vs. Wild with Bear Grylls
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Manic Monkey Mayhem
Marble Saga: Kororinpa
Marbles! Balance Challenge
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Marines Modern Urban Combat
Marines: Assault on Terror
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
Mario Bros.
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Mart Racer
Martial Arts: Capoeira Fighters
Martial Champion
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Marvel Land
Marvel Super Hero Squad
Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet
Marvel Superheroes 3D: Grandmaster’s Challenge
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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Max & the Magic Marker
Max and the Magic Marker
Mayhem in Monsterland
Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
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Medieval Games
Meet the Robinsons
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Mercury Meltdown Revolution
Merv Griffin’s Crosswords
Metal Gear
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Metal Max Returns
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Metal Slug 3
Metal Slug 4
Metal Slug Anthology
Metal Slug X
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Metroid Prime
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Michael Jackson: The Experience
Midnight Pool
Midnight Pool 3D
Miffy’s World
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Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!
Milestone Shooting Collection 2
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Milon’s Secret Castle
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Minute To Win It
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Monado: Beginning of the World
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Monster 4×4 World Circuit
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Monster 4×4: World Circuit
Monster High 13 Wishes
Monster Hunter Tri
Monster Hunter Tri (Classic Controller Pro Pack)
Monster Hunter Tri – Limited Edition: Ultimate Hunter Pack
Monster Jam
Monster Jam: Path of Destruction
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Monster Lab
Monster Trucks Mayhem
Monster Trux Extreme: Offroad Edition
Monster World IV
Monsters vs. Aliens
Moon Cresta
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Mortimer Beckett and the Secrets of Spooky Manor
Mortimer Beckett and the Secrets of the Spooky Manor
Moto Roader
MotoGP 08
Mountain Sports
Mouse House
Mr Bean’s Wacky World
Mr. Do!
Mr. Driller W
Mr. Heli
Muramasa: The Demon Blade
Muscle March
Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars
MX vs. ATV Untamed
My Aquarium
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My Baby 1st Steps
My First Songs
My Horse & Me
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My Horse and Me
My Horse and Me 2
My Little Baby
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Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident
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Myth Makers: Orbs of Doom
Myth Makers: Trixie in Toyland
Namco Museum Remix
Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek
Naruto Shippūden: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! EX 2
Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3
Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution
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Nascar 2011
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NASCAR: Unleashed
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Nazo no Murasamejō
NBA 2K10
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Need for Speed ProStreet
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Neighborhood Games
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Nemesis 3: The Eve of Destruction
Neo Nectaris
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Neopets Puzzle Adventure
Nerf 2: N-Strike Elite
Nerf N-Strike
Nerf N-Strike Elite
Nerf N-Strike: Double Blast Bundle
NES Open Tournament Golf
NES Play Action Football
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New Adventure Island
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New Horizons
New Play Control! Donkey Kong Jungle Beat
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NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer
NewU Mind/Body Yoga and Pilates Workout
NewU: Fitness First Personal Trainer
NHL 2K10
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Ni Hao, Kai-Lan: Super Game Day
Nicktoons MLB
Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots
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Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
Night Sky
NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams
Niki – Rock ‘n’ Ball
Ninja Captains
Ninja Combat
Ninja Commando
Ninja Gaiden
Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom
Ninja Jajamaru-kun
Ninja Master’s
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Ninja-Kun: Majō no Bōken
Ninjabread Man
Nintendo World Cup
No More Heroes
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
Nobunaga’s Ambition
Nobunaga’s Ambition: Lord of Darkness
North American Hunting Extravaganza
NPPL Championship Paintball 2009
Numan Athletics
Nuts & Milk
NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits
ObsCure: The Aftermath
Ocean Commander
Offshore Tycoon
Ogre Battle
Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen
One Piece Unlimited Cruise 2: Awakening of a Hero
One Piece: Unlimited Adventure
One Piece: Unlimited Cruise 1
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Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers
Open Season
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Overlord: Dark Legend
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Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It’s Dark Outside
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Panel de Pon
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Parasol Stars: The Story of Bubble Bobble III
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PDC World Championship Darts 2008
PDC World Championship Darts 2009
PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour
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Pearl Harbor Trilogy: 1941: Red Sun Rising
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Penguins & Friends – Hey! That’s my Fish!
Penguins of Madagascar
Pepenga Pengo
PES 2008: Pro Evolution Soccer
PES 2009: Pro Evolution Soccer
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PES 2013
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Petz Sports
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Petz: Horsez 2008
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Phantasy Star II
Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom
Phantasy Star IV
Phantom Brave
Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle
Phantom Brave: We Meet Again
Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension
Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension
Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff
Phoenix Wright – Trials & Tribulations
Phoenix Wright 2
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice for All
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations
Picture Book Games: Pop-Up Pursuit
Pikmin 2
Pimp My Ride
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection
Ping Pong
Pirate Blast
Pirate Party: Adventures of the Black Corsair
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PIrates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Pirates PlundArrr
Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball
Pirates: The Key of Dreams
Pit Crew Panic!
Pitfall: The Big Adventure
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Planes: Fire and Rescue
Planet 51
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Pokémon Battle Revolution
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Pokémon Puzzle League
Pokémon Rumble
Pokémon Snap
PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu‘s Adventure
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure
Pokemon Battle Revolution
Pokemon Puzzle League
Pokemon Rumble
PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond
Pong Toss: Frat Party Games
Pony Friends 2
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Pop-Up Pirate!
PopStar Guitar
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Power Rangers: Super Legends
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Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom
Pro Bull Riders: Out of the Chute
Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
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Professor Heinz Wolff’s Gravity
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Psycho Chaser
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Puss in Boots
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Puyo Puyo 15th Anniversary
Puyo Puyo 2
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Puyo Puyo 7
Puzzle & Action: Tant-R
Puzzle Agent
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Puzzle Kingdoms
Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
Puzzle Series Vol. 2: Illust Logic + Colorful Logic
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R-Type I
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R-Type III: The Third Lightning
Rabbids Go Home
Racers’ Islands: Crazy Arenas
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Rad Action
Rage of the Gladiator
Rainbow Islands: Towering Adventure!
Ram Racing
Rambo: First Blood Part II
Rampage: Total Destruction
Rapala Fishing Frenzy
Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010
Rapala: We Fish
Rastan Saga II
Raving Rabbids Travel In Time
Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time
Raving Rabbits Party Collection
Rayman Origins
Rayman Raving Rabbids
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Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party
Reader Rabbit Kindergarten
Ready 2 Rumble Revolution
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Reel Fishing Challenge
Reel Fishing: Angler’s Dream
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Remington Super Slam Hunting: Africa
Rent A Hero
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Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil
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Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles
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Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis
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Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire
Romancing SaGa
Romancing SaGa 2
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Roogoo Twisted Towers!
Rooms: The Main Building
RTL Biathlon 2009
Rubik’s Puzzle Galaxy: RUSH
Rubik’s Puzzle World
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Rudra no Hihō
Runaway 2: The Dream of the Turtle
Rune Factory Frontier
Rune Factory: Frontier
Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny
Rush Rush Rally Racing
Rygar: Legendary Warrior
Rygar: The Battle of Argus
Rygar: The Legendary Adventure
S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team
Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai
Safari Adventures Africa
Safecracker: The Ultimate Puzzle Adventure
Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love
Sam & Max Season 1
Sam & Max: Season One
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Samba de Amigo
Samurai Shodown
Samurai Shodown Anthology
Samurai Shodown II
Samurai Shodown III: Blades of Blood
Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge
Samurai Warriors 3
Samurai Warriors: Katana
Sandy Beach
Sangokushi 11 with Power Up Kit
Savage Reign
Save the Furries
SBK-08 Superbike World Championship
Scarface: The World Is Yours
Scene It? Bright Lights! Big Screen!
Scene It? Twilight
Schlag den Raab: Das 2. Spiel
Schlag den Raab: Das 3. Spiel
Science Papa
Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Swamp
Scooby-Doo! First Frights
Scooby-Doo!: First Frights
SCORE International Baja 1000
SD Gundam World: Gachapon Senshi – Scramble Wars
SD Gundam World: Gachapon Senshi 2 – Capsule Senki
Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure
Secret Files 2 – Puritas Cordis
Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis
Secret Files: Tunguska
Secret of Mana
SEGA Bass Fishing
SEGA Fun Pack: Sonic and the Secret Rings / Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
Sega Superstars Tennis
Seireisenshi Spriggan
Sengoku 2
Sengoku 3
Sengoku Basara 2: Heroes Double Pack
Sengoku Basara 3: Utage
Sengoku BASARA Samurai Heroes
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes
Sengoku Mahjong
Sengoku Musou Wave
Sesame Street: Cookie’s Counting Carnival – The Videogame
Sesame Street: Elmo’s Musical Monsterpiece
Sexy Poker
Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi
Shadow of the Ninja
Shanghai II: Dragon’s Eye
Shaun White Skateboarding
Shaun White Snowboarding
Shaun White Snowboarding: Road Trip
Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage
Sherlock Holmes: Mystery of the Mummy
Sherlock Holmes: Secret of the Silver Earring
Sherlock Holmes: The Silver Earrings
Shimano Xtreme Fishing
Shin Megami Tensei
Shin Megami Tensei If…
Shin Megami Tensei II
Shining Force
Shining Force II
Shining in the Darkness
Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
Shock Troopers
Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad
Shootanto: Evolutionary Mayhem!
Showtime Championship Boxing
Shrek Forever After
Shrek Forever After: The Final Chapter
Shrek the Third
Shrek’s Carnival Craze
Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
Sid Meier’s Pirates!
Silent Debuggers
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
Silver Star Chess
SimAnimals Africa
SimCity Creator
SimEarth: The Living Planet
Sin & Punishment 2
Sin & Punishment: Star Successor
Sin and Punishment
Six Flags Fun Park
Skate City Heroes
skate it
Skate or Die
Ski & Shoot
Ski-Doo Snowmobile Challenge
Ski-Doo: Snowmobile Challenge
Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces
Sky Kid
Skylanders Giants
Skylanders Giants: Bash (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Bash (Series 2) / Spyro (Series 2) / Hot Dog
Skylanders Giants: Bouncer
Skylanders Giants: Chill
Skylanders Giants: Chill (Lightcore)
Skylanders Giants: Chop Chop (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Crusher
Skylanders Giants: Cynder (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Double Trouble (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Dragonfire Cannon Battle Pack
Skylanders Giants: Drill Sergeant (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Drobot (LightCore)
Skylanders Giants: Drobot (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Eruptor (LightCore)
Skylanders Giants: Eruptor (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Eye Small
Skylanders Giants: Eye-Brawl
Skylanders Giants: Flameslinger (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Flashwing
Skylanders Giants: Fright Rider
Skylanders Giants: Fright Rider / Wrecking Ball (Series 2) / Flameslinger (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Gill Grunt (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Gill Grunt (Series 2) / Flashwing / Double Trouble (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Golden Dragonfire Cannon Battle Pack
Skylanders Giants: Hex (Lightcore)
Skylanders Giants: Hex (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Hex (Series 2) / Slam Bam (Series 2) / Shroomboom
Skylanders Giants: Ignitor (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Ignitor (Series 2) / Chill / Zook (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Legendary Bouncer
Skylanders Giants: Legendary Chill (Lightcore)
Skylanders Giants: Legendary Ignitor / Legendary Slam Bam / Legendary Jet-Vac
Skylanders Giants: Legendary Stealth Elf
Skylanders Giants: Lightning Rod (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Ninjini
Skylanders Giants: Prism Break (LightCore)
Skylanders Giants: Prism Break (LightCore) / Eruptor (LightCore) / Drobot (LightCore)
Skylanders Giants: Prism Break (Series 2) / Lightning Rod (Series 2) / Drill Sergeant (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Shroomboom
Skylanders Giants: Shroomboom (LightCore)
Skylanders Giants: Spyro (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Stealth Elf (Series 2)
Skylanders Giants: Thumpback
Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure
Skylanders Swap Force
Skylanders Trap Team
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Bash
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Boomer
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Camo
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Camo / Ignitor / Warnado
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Chop Chop
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Cynder
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Dark Spyro
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Dino-Rang
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Double Trouble
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Drill Sergeant
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Drobot
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Drobot / Flameslinger / Stump Smash
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Eruptor
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Eruptor / Chop Chop / Bash
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Flameslinger
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Hex
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Ignitor
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Legendary Bash / Legendary Chop Chop / Legendary Spyro
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Lightning Rod
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Lightning Rod / Cynder / Zook
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Mega Pack
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Prism Break
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Prism Break / Boomer / Voodood
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Sonic Boom
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Spyro
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Stealth Elf
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Stump Smash
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Voodood
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Warnado
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Whirlwind
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Whirlwind / Double Trouble / Drill Sergeant
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Wrecking Ball
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Wrecking Ball / Stealth Elf / Sonic Boom
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Zap
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Zap / Hex / Dino-Rang
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure – Zook
Skylanders: Swap Force
Skylanders: Swap Force (Dark Edition Starter Pack)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Arkeyan Crossbow Battle Pack
Skylanders: Swap Force – Blizzard Chill (Series 2)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Boom Jet
Skylanders: Swap Force – Bumble Blast (Lightcore)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Countdown
Skylanders: Swap Force – Countdown (Lightcore)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Doom Stone
Skylanders: Swap Force – Dune Bug
Skylanders: Swap Force – Dune Bug / Phantom Cynder (Series 3) / Knockout Terrafin (Series 3)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Fiery Forge Battle Pack
Skylanders: Swap Force – Fire Kraken
Skylanders: Swap Force – Fire Kraken / Grilla Drilla
Skylanders: Swap Force – Free Ranger
Skylanders: Swap Force – Freeze Blade
Skylanders: Swap Force – Grilla Drilla
Skylanders: Swap Force – Heavy Duty Sprocket (Series 2) / Twin Blade Chop Chop (Series 3) / Scorp
Skylanders: Swap Force – Hoot Loop
Skylanders: Swap Force – Jolly Bumble Blast
Skylanders: Swap Force – Lava Barf Eruptor (Series 3)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Legendary Free Ranger
Skylanders: Swap Force – Legendary Night Shift
Skylanders: Swap Force – Legendary Zoo Lou
Skylanders: Swap Force – Magna Charge
Skylanders: Swap Force – Mega Ram Spyro (Series 3)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Mega Ram Spyro (Series 3) / Blizzard Chill (Series 2) / Zoo Lou
Skylanders: Swap Force – Night Shift
Skylanders: Swap Force – Night Shift / Boom Jet
Skylanders: Swap Force – Nitro Magna Charge / Free Ranger
Skylanders: Swap Force – Nitro Magna Charge / Rattle Shake
Skylanders: Swap Force – Phantom Cynder (Series 3)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Punk Shock
Skylanders: Swap Force – Rattle Shake
Skylanders: Swap Force – Rubble Rouser
Skylanders: Swap Force – Scratch
Skylanders: Swap Force – Scratch / Fryno / Thorn Horn Camo
Skylanders: Swap Force – Sheep Wreck Island Adventure Pack
Skylanders: Swap Force – Smolderdash
Skylanders: Swap Force – Smolderdash (Lightcore)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Spy Rise
Skylanders: Swap Force – Star Strike (LightCore)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Stink Bomb
Skylanders: Swap Force – Tower of Time Adventure Pack
Skylanders: Swap Force – Twin Blade Chop Chop (Series 3)
Skylanders: Swap Force – Zoo Lou
Skylanders: Trap Team
Skylanders: Trap Team (Dark Edition Starter Pack)
Skylanders: Trap Team – Bop & Terrabite
Skylanders: Trap Team – Bushwhack
Skylanders: Trap Team – Chopper
Skylanders: Trap Team – Fist Bump
Skylanders: Trap Team – Funny Bone / Sure Shot Shroomboom (Series 2) / Chopper
Skylanders: Trap Team – Gearshift
Skylanders: Trap Team – Head Rush
Skylanders: Trap Team – Hijinx & Eye Small
Skylanders: Trap Team – Krypt King
Skylanders: Trap Team – Nitro Krypt King
Smarty Pants
Smiley World Island Challenge
Snail Mail
Sniper Elite
SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1
Snowboard Riot
So Blonde: Back to the Island
Soccer Bashi
Soccer Brawl
Soccer Up!
Soldier Blade
Soldier Front 2
Solitaire & Mahjong
Solomon’s Key
Sonic & Knuckles
Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing
Sonic 3D Blast
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing
Sonic and the Black Knight
Sonic and the Secret Rings
Sonic Colors
Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Sonic the Hedgehog 3
Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I
Sonic the Hedgehog Chaos
Sonic the Hedgehog: Spinball
Sonic Unleashed
Soul Calibur Legends
Soul Eater: Monotone Princess
Soulcalibur Legends
Space Camp
Space Chimps
Space Harrier
Space Harrier 2
Space Harrier II
Space Invaders
Space Invaders Gets Even
Space Invaders: Fukkatsu no Hi
Space Invaders: The Original Game
Space Manbow
Space Station Tycoon
Spaceball: Revolution
Span Smasher
Spectrobes: Origins
Speed Racer
Speed Racer: The Videogame
Speed Zone
Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man: Edge of Time
Spider-Man: Friend or Foe
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
Splatterhouse 2
Splinter Cell Double Agent
SPOGS Racing
SpongeBob Globs of Doom
SpongeBob SquarePants Featuring Nicktoons: Globs of Doom
SpongeBob Squarepants: Creature from the Krusty Krab
SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge
Spongebob Squigglepants
SpongeBob’s Atlantis SquarePantis
SpongeBob’s Boating Bash
SpongeBob’s Truth or Square
Spore Hero
Spore Hero Arena
Sports Party
Spriggan Mark 2
Sprint Car Challenge
Spy Fox in “Dry Cereal”
Spy Fox in Dry Cereal
Spyro: The Legend of the Eternal Night
Squeeballs Party
SSX Blur
Stakes Winner
Stakes Winner 2
Star Force
Star Fox 64
Star Luster
Star Parodier
Star Soldier
Star Soldier R
Star Trek: Conquest
Star Wars The Clone Wars: Lightsaber Duels
Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes
Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Lightsaber Duels
Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Stop Stress: A Day of Fury
Story Hour: Adventures
Story Hour: Fairy Tales
Storybook Workshop
Street Fighter
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Street Fighter II
Street Fighter II Turbo
Street Fighter II’: Special Champion Edition
Street Slam
Streets of Rage
Streets of Rage 2
Streets of Rage 3
Strong Bad’s Cool Game For Attractive People
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People Episode 2
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People Episode 3
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People Episode 4
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 1 – Homestar Ruiner
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 2 – Strong Badia the Free
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 3 – Baddest Of The Bands
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 4 – Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 5 – 8-Bit Is Enough
Sudoku Ball – Detective
Sudoku Challenge!
Sugoro Quest: Dice no Senshi Tachi
Summer Athletics
Summer Athletics 2009
Summer Athletics: The Ultimate Challenge
Summer Challenge: Athletics Tournament
Summer Games II
Summer Sports 2: Island Sports Party
Summer Sports: Paradise Island
Summer Stars
Summer Stars 2012
Super Adventure Island
Super Adventure Island II
Super Air Zonk: Rockabilly-Paradise
Super Baseball 2020
Super Bonk
Super Castlevania IV
Super Contra
Super Dodge Ball
Super Famicom Wars
Super Fantasy Zone
Super Fruitfall
Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts
Super Gussun Oyoyo
Super Hang-On
Super Karts
Super Mario 64
Super Mario All-Stars
Super Mario All-Stars: Limited Edition
Super Mario Bros.
Super Mario Bros. 2
Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Super Mario Kart
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Super Mario World
Super Meat Boy
Super Metroid
Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll
Super Paper Mario
Super Pick Ups
Super PickUps
Super Punch-Out!!
Super R-Type
Super Smash Bros.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros.: Brawl
Super Star Soldier
Super Star Wars
Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Super Street Fighter II
Super Swing Golf
Super Swing Golf Season 2
Super Thunder Blade
Super Turrican
Super Turrican 2
Super Wagan Land
Supersonic Racer
Surf’s Up
Surfs Up
Sushi Go Round
Sutte Hakkun
Suzumiya Haruhi no Gekidō
Sword of Vermilion
Swords & Soldiers
Swords and Soldiers
Table Football
Table Tennis
Tactics Ogre
Taikō Risshiden
Takeshi no Chōsenjō
Tales of Graces
Tales of Monkey Island Chapter 2: The Siege of Spinner Cay
Tales of Monkey Island Chapter 3: Lair of the Leviathan
Tales of Monkey Island Chapter 4
Tales of Monkey Island Chapter 5: Rise of the Pirate God
Tales of Monkey Island Episode 1
Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 1 – Launch of the Screaming Narwhal
Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 2 – The Siege of Spinner Cay
Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 3 – Lair of the Leviathan
Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 4 – The Trial and Execution of Guybrush Threepwood
Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 5 – Rise of the Pirate God
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World
Tamagotchi: Party On!
Tank Force
Tantei Jingūji Saburō: Kiken na Futari
Tantei Jingūji Saburō: Shinjuku Chūō Kōen Satsujin Jiken
Tantei Jingūji Saburō: Toki no Sugiyuku Mama ni…
Tantei Jingūji Saburō: Yokohama-kō Renzoku Satsujin Jiken
Target Earth
Target Toss Pro: Bags
Target: Terror
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Ultimate All-Stars
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
Tecmo Bowl
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash Up
Telly Addicts
Tenchu 4
Tenchu: Shadow Assassins
Tetris Party
Tetris Party Deluxe
Texas Hold’Em Poker
Texas Hold’em Tournament
th!nk Logic Trainer
The $1,000,000 Pyramid
The Adventures of Tintin: The Game
The Amazing Brain Train!
The Amazing Race
The Amazing Spider-Man
The Ant Bully
The Bachelor
The Bachelor: The Videogame
The Beatles: Rock Band
The Biggest Loser
The Biggest Loser Challenge
The Bigs 2
The Black Eyed Peas Experience
The Cages: Pro Style Batting Practice
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
The Combatribes
The Conduit
The Conduit (Special Edition)
The Conduit 2
The Croods: Prehistoric Party!
The Daring Game for Girls
The Daring Game for Grils
The Destiny of Zorro
The Dog Island
The Godfather
The Godfather: Blackhand Edition
The Golden Compass
The Hardy Boys: The Hidden Theft
The Hip Hop Dance Experience
The History Channel: Battle for the Pacific
The Hollywood Squares
The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return
The House of the Dead: Overkill
The House of the Dead: Overkill (Collector’s Edition)
The Hybrid Front
The Ignition Factor
The Incredible Hulk
The King of Fighters ’94
The King of Fighters ’95
The King of Fighters ’96
The King of Fighters ’97
The King of Fighters ’98: The Slugfest
The King of Fighters ’99: Millennium Battle
The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga
The Kore Gang
The Last Blade
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The Last Ninja
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The Legend of Kage
The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon
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The Legend of the Mystical Ninja
The Legend of Xanadu
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The Legend of Zelda
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Limited Edition Pack)
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest
The Monkey King
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
The Munchables
The Mystery of Whiterock Castle
The Naked Brothers Band: The Video Game
The New Zealand Story
The Ninja Warriors
The Oregon Trail
The Penguins of Madagascar: Dr. Blowhole Returns Again!
The Price Is Right
The Price Is Right 2010 Edition
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The Princess and The Frog
The Red Star
The Return of Ishtar
The Revenge of Shinobi
The Secret Saturdays: Beasts of the 5th Sun
The Simpsons Game
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The Sims 3
The Smurfs 2
The Spiderwick Chronicles
The Strike
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The Tale of Despereaux
The Three Musketeers: One for All!
The Tower of Druaga
The Ultimate 11: SNK Football Championship
The Voice
The Voice of Germany
Thor: God of Thunder
Thrillville: Off the Rails
Tiger Woods 09 All-Play
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011
Titanic Mystery
TNT Racers
ToeJam & Earl
ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron
Toejam and Earl
Toki Tori
Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X 2
Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2
Tom Clancy’s HAWX 2
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Tomb Raider Anniversary
Tomb Raider: Underworld
Tomena Sanner
Tony Hawk’s Downhill Jam
Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground
Tony Hawk: RIDE
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Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy
Top Shot Arcade
Top Spin 3
Top Spin 4
Top Trumps: Doctor Who
Top Trumps: Dr. Who
Tornado Outbreak
Totally Spies! Totally Party
Tournament of Legends
Tournament Pool
Tower Toppler
Toy Pop
Toy Story 3
Toy Story Mania!
TrackMania: Build to Race
Transformers Prime
Transformers Ultimate Battle Edition
Transformers: Convoy no nazo
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Transformers: The Game
Transformers: War for Cybertron
Trauma Center: New Blood
Trauma Center: Second Opinion
Trauma Team
Treasure Hunter G
Trenches Generals
Triple Crown Snowboarding
Trivial Pursuit
TRON: Evolution – Battle Grids
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Truth or Lies
Tsuppari Ōzumō
Tumblebugs 2
Turbo: Super Stunt Squad
Turrican 3
TV Show King
Twin Strike: Operation Thunder
Twinkle Star Sprites
U-four-ia: The Saga
UFC Personal Trainer
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Ultimate Band
Ultimate Board Game Collection
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Uncharted Waters: New Horizons
Urban Champion
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Valkyrie no Densetsu
Vampire Crystals
Vegas Party
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Vektor Tank
Victorious Boxers: Revolution
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Virtua Fighter 2
Virtua Tennis 2009
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Volguard II
Voodoo Dice
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Wacky World of Sports
Wagan Land
Waku Waku 7
Walk It Out
Wallaby!! Usagi no Kuni no Kangaroo Race
Wanted: A Wild Western Adventure
Wario Land: Shake It!
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WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase
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Wave Race 64: Kawasaki Jet Ski
We Cheer
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We Ski and Snowboard
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Wheel of Fortune
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Where’s Waldo: The Fantastic Journey
Where’s Waldo?: The Fantastic Journey
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
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Winter Sports 2012
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Wizards of Waverly Place
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Wonder Boy in Monster Land
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Word Jong Party
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World Karate Championship
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Worms: A Space Oddity
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WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2008
WWE Smackdown! vs. RAW 2010
X-Men Destiny
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
X-Men: Destiny
Xenoblade Chronicles
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Yard Sale Hidden Treasure
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Yoga for Wii
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You Don’t Know Jack
You, Me & The Cubes
Young Justice: Legacy
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Ys Book I & II
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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Wheelie Breakers
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Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure
Zanac A.I.
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Zephyr: Rise of the Elementals
Zero: Tsukihami no Kamen
ZhuZhu Pets Featuring the Wild Bunch
ZhuZhu Pets: Featuring The Wild Bunch
Zoda’s Revenge: Star Tropics II
Zoids: Mokushiroku
Zombie Panic in Wonderland
Zombies Ate My Neighbors
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