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Alright then, here's a list of games you should get, in priority order (highest to the top you should get first). First, we go retail (Bolded are below £20, Underlined are below £10)

 

  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
  • Monster Hunter Tri
  • Brawl
  • Super Mario Galaxy
  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns
  • Metroid Prime Trilogy
  • Fire Emblem- Radiant Dawn
  • Okami
  • Red Steel 2
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii
  • Goldeneye
  • Call Of Duty- Black Ops
  • No More Heroes 2
  • No More HEroes
  • Klonoa
  • Little King's Story
  • Resident Evil 4
  • Wii Sports Resort (if not in pac)
  • Twilight Princess
  • Sonic Colours
  • Wii Party
  • Tales Of Symphonia- Dawn Of The New World
  • Madworld
  • House Of The Dead- Overkill
  • Resident Evil Chronicles
  • Fragile Dreams- Farewell Ruins Of The Moon
(Get ready to add Zelda, Xenoblade, TLS, Pandora's Tower, Pikmin 3, DQX and some others in there as well!)
Then we go Download (all >£10, many below £5)
  • Cave Story
  • World Of Goo
  • Bit.Trip RUNNER
  • Hydroventure
  • Bit. Trip (SERIES)
  • Lilt. Line
  • Lit
  • Pokemon Rumble
Then finally, VC (all below £8)
  • Zelda- Ocarina Of Time
  • Zelda- Majora's Mask
  • Mario 64
  • Sonic 1-3
  • Chrono Trigger
  • Super Mario RPG- Legend Of The Seven Stars
  • Donkey Kong Country
  • Super Smash Bros.
Of Course, these are not all the games you should get, but it's a good starting list. Choose some of them (preferably the top ones of each list or any which intrigue you) and go from there. But there's welll over 2,000 hours worth of gaming there alone! If I HAD to choose a select few, definitely get Monster Hunter Tri and Glaxy 2 first. Maybe Okami or Goldeneye/Red Steel. As Tri takes well over 250 hours to complete, you may never need another Wii game anyway! 
Also, what made you decide to get a Wii anyway? Atany rate, for that price, why refuse it? Welcome to the club!



 

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