Are you guys serious? I love Nintendo, but wii games being in top graphically? They look beyond horrible, jaggies everywhere, bad textures, 480i resolution, which can be updated to 480p if you buy the cable for it, still very far from the typical 640p-720p last generation.
Mario galaxy looked decent, I still love it, but nothing like when Nintendo came with Mario 64 and it was a graphical marvel compared to the ps1, or even the gamecube when it had Mario sunshine and luigi mansion and graphics were really great compared to the ps2.
You misunderstand, we're not saying these Wii games are among the best looking games of the entire generation, just that they are the best looking on the Wii.
And i actually think the best looking Wii games still look quite nice even at 480p.
Oh ok, I thought we were talking all consoles from 7th generation.
Yeah those games still look OK, but just barely, I have to force my brain to adapt to the graphics every time I replay xenoblades or Mario, because on my ps4 pro and xbox X I get no jaggies at all, and your brain gets accustomed to it, specially as I play on a 100inch screen jaggies get really noticeable. It was fine when I got the wii back in 2006, and I played games on an SD TV with 26 inch, it actually looked way better than an HD projector at 100inch.
With that said, Xenoblade on the 3ds was really getting my eyes to bleed, almost unplayable as you cant make out what is a jaggie and what is a door. Everything was just messed together. That game was just too much for the 3ds.
On the other hand the wiiU was an HD console from the get go, and it looked beautiful from day 1, Zelda looks bad because its a big open world demanding game so they could not fix the jaggies, Wind waker and Twilight princess look better on wiiU because, as they were not demanding they managed to remove the jaggies.
The biggest example of wii vs wiiU is Xenoblade chronicles, and then you play xenoblades X, the graphics are like 5x better, even tough the world got much bigger. Amazing how they managed that on wiiU, because the world is bigger than Zelda, and there's a lot of stuff in the world and no jaggies, game looks sharp and clean. So clearly the developers knew how to take advantage of the hardware better than the Zelda developers, or maybe they just made it look bad on wiiU to make people buy a switch, you really notice the difference in jaggies from the switch Zelda.