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Top 5 Best Looking Nintendo Wii Exclusive Games

By Tristan Werbe in Original Pieces

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#5: Xenoblade Chronicles 

With a specific art style highly stylized and massive surroundings, Xenoblade Chronicles manages to make the list of the Top 5 Best Looking Nintendo Wii exclusive games.

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#4: Monster Hunter: Tri

The addition of this of the cult hit to the Wii was by far a game that would look even better if it was in HD, but still looked great  on Wii’s hardware nonetheless.

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#3: Metroid Other M

One of the best games on the Wii is also one of the best looking, with realistic faces and amazing scenery to detail Metroid Other M lands in third place on our list.

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#2: Super Mario Galaxy 2

Super Mario Galaxy 2 is filled with amazing color and such detail to every piece of the environment.

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#1: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

With an art style similar to Majora’s Mask, but of course with more detail due to better technology, the world of Skyward Sword is filled with scenes that plant it straight to #1 on our list.

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