Top Ten Must Have Nintendo Wii RPGs

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Stuck on what to play or what to buy? Join TVGS as they list and discuss ten of the greatest Nintendo Wii RPGs the system ever received. Many great RPGs released for the Wii so let us know your top 10 best games down below!

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49 COMMENTS

  1. i wish there were more games where the characters didnt somehow find the time to fill their hair with gel…

  2. On this list, Opoona is the lowest print / hardest to find for those of you collecting and wanting to know what to prioritize first. Great game and criminally under-marketed and underprinted.

  3. There hasn't been a game like fragile dreams e or and I first they never will ..
    And I'm ok with that I carry that game on my childhood forever n.n

  4. now in quarantine in looking forward to finish a lot of this rpgs… does anyone have more recommendations?

  5. I just really wanna know the name of the song that plays at the beginning during your intro because it's so good. Great video!

  6. Nice list definitely gonna give it a try especially since I Alr owned the top 2 which tells me we have similar taste unfortunately rune factory 4 is Alr taking so much of my time

  7. Ive played all of these, with the exception of Pandoras Tower (sadly I never knew about the game when it came out). And out of all of them, I enjoyed Arc Rise Fantasia the most.
    Any jrpg fan should try this game.

  8. Great list. It's obviously that you've done your homework here.

    My top ten:
    1) The Last Story
    2) Xenoblade Chronicles
    3) Baroque (Rougelike, action, dungeon crawler)
    4) Pandora's Tower
    5) Muramasa
    6) Fragile Dreams
    7) Dokapon Kingdom
    8) Opoona
    9) Little King's Story
    10) Dragon Quest Swords

  9. I'm just here to like the video for understanding Fragile Dreams is good. It's one of my favorite games of all time.

  10. Great list! I liked Opoona a lot and now I'm playing Earth Seeker with english Patch. It's also a great RPG with Monster Hunter Vibes

  11. The resolution in this video's game footage is much sharper than anything I've seen come from my Wii. I wonder if it's emulation?

  12. 4:22 How come that you didn't mention the special sword attacks that use souls? Especially given they are mostly unique to said sword.
    7:45 Radiant Dawn was my very first Fire Emblem. (And is still my favorite.) I will highlight one of its elements that is hardly talked about albeit it deserves it.
    It's Tutorials. Or rather the system's structure: If something happens that needs an explanation "series mascot" Anna will show up and take you to a special map featuring a narrated/explained autoplay section. That is pretty standard (still funny for people who know the game as Anna occasionally takes jabs at your current Commander at the time) but what is great is the way these tutorials are handed out to the player. If no tutorial is needed the game will normally progress without any interruptions sometimes for several chapters. And this balance between being useful yet not annoying is a thing that games often fail to deliver.
    9:27 Ragarding the Last Story:
    Did you really needed to repeat "It has a lot to offer even though at first that may not seem to be the case."? 😛
    10:38 I miss one feature of Xenoblade Chronicles that you should have mentioned. Especially given it was cut from its sequels(most likely due to time constraints) and is extremely rare amongst all RPGs.
    Equipment in the game exists beyond the menu screen.
    Whilst many modern games actually change the weapons of choice they hardly go beyond that. Maybe you get costumes or visible accessories if you're lucky. In XC that's different. Any part of equipment is actually modeled and your characters will wear it during gameplay.
    Which is amazing.

  13. Wouldn't it be great if Nintendo released a Fire Emblem collection on Switch with Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn?

  14. Great vid as usual! Many games I hadn't given attention to before. Funny how after having watched this Xenoblade seems like the least interesting rpg on the system for me when it usually is fronted as the most amazing rpg on it. Gonna have to try out a lot of these. Just discovered the translation of Earth Seeker too so that's a must as well since the music and atmosphere gives a monster hunter vibe.

  15. I struggle to understand how you can call Dawn of the New World…. "good." That game is beyond trash; it single-highhandedly turns people away from the delightful Tales of series.

  16. Nice list! I'm surprised you didn't include Opoona. It's a turn-based JRPG with a ton of charm, created by the people who made the Dragon Quest 7 remake on 3DS. Highly recommended. The OST alone is worth a playthrough just to hear the amazing music, but the story and gameplay is really good. It's also a Wii exclusive.

  17. I only played The Last Story and Super Paper Mario out of all of those, but they're immensely enjoyable!! I hope to get to the rest of those in the future.

  18. Yo, I hate to tell you this, but the NA version of Pandora's Tower has a game breaking glitch late game that WILL come up.

  19. Another solid list, TVGS! I am excited that more people will be able to enjoy Xenoblade Chronicles with the remaster coming to the Switch this year. It's such an astonishing game in scope and characterization and sits among my favorites all-time. Not many games get an audible "wow" from me, but this is on that shortlist.

  20. 1. Xenoblade Chronicles
    My favorite game, the best RPG of that generation, and one of all time.
    2. The Last Story
    3. Pandora's Tower
    4. Muramasa: The Demon Blade
    5. Opoona (VERY underrated game)
    6. Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn (formerly my favorite FE, before Three Houses came out).
    7. Super Paper Mario
    8. Monster Hunter Tri
    9. Avatar the Last Airbender (actually decent, although it's a port and I couldn't think of more games.)
    10. Pokémon Battle Revolution (hardly an RPG anymore, but eh.)

    I unfortunately couldn't get my hands on Arc Rise Fantasia or any Rune Factory game yet, so if I did, my list would definitely look quite different.

  21. Ohh wii, I get it old, but it quickly became one of my favorite consoles…😁
    But I am still looking for a cheap wii motion plus for zelda… Why i have to live on Brazil 😅

  22. Sometimes you mention remakes/ports and other times you don’t. It’d be nice if you could always mention them so that we know that we can pick it up on a current/different system.

  23. Another fantastic list! Last Story is one of my favorite RPGs I've personally played. It's one of the few RPGs where I wished I could fight MORE lol.

    Also nice to see Fragile on this list too…it's definitely not a masterpiece, but it's worth a playthrough for sure. It's story and settings are truly haunting and stick with you after you beat it.

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