Goldeneye seems to have good sales too.
But did it really matter? For 2011 there are already many Top-Wii-Games in the pipeline (most oft them from Nintendo) and 2012 we see the next console generation. Even if some third parties are now thinking: Wow this is a great market we will spend lots of money an two years in our next Wii game ... it is too late.
Only third parties that already realizied the potential of the Wii market and Wii games in the pipeline will have success in the next two years.
I suspect GoldenEye would have done even better so far if it hadn't been battling with Black Ops.
As to your other point, I see what you mean - my only hope is that some third parties have been developing good quality traditional games and might now see the point of advertising!