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Godfather was great, Scarface too, and Resident Evil 4.
Wario Ware was another one of my favourites.
Probably not a popular pick, but the Just Dance games worked really well too, and Wii Fit.

On Paper, Skyward Sword and Wii Sports Resort were supposed to be great, but I think the added precision in the design made the games feel more mechanical and less fun - not to mention some of the bugs. Anyway, the area where better precision works well is the IR aiming, and while other movement precision seems like it should be good, I don't think the human brain translates accurate complex motions to screen very well. Simple things like pumping up a balloon, lobbing a bowling ball, etc... ended up feeling more satisfying.



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