Nintendo Wii

ConsoleNameDeveloperLucca's Observations
WiiArc Rise FantasiaImageepochLazy English voice acting, but a decent turn-based RPG otherwise
WiiBaroqueStingThird-person randomized dungeon crawler, eating flesh and hearts restores health and vitality!
WiiDead Rising: Chop Till You DropTose/CapcomReplaces the game-spanning countdown clock with timed missions, no free-roaming the mall between missions, and over-the-shoulder gunplay
WiiDokapon KingdomStingNo gameplay changes as compared to PS2, but better graphics and easier multiplayer
WiiDragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2SpikeSee PS2, but with motion controls optional
WiiDragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3SpikeSee PS2, but with motion controls optional
WiiDragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of MirrorsGenius Sonority/EightingAn on-rails hack-and-slash RPG utilizing the Wii's motion controls
JP WiiEarth SeekerCrafts & Meister/KadokawaPost-apocalyptic ARPG with a mission-based structure and small minions that follow you around
WiiFinal Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of TimeSquare EnixARPG with a customizable avatar character and the ability to cross-play with the DS version
WiiFinal Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord (WiiWare)Square EnixA cute tower defense/light RPG, clearing stages gives you experience used to power up minions
WiiFinal Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King (WiiWare)Square EnixA cute town-building simulator/RPG with the Final Fantasy trappings
WiiFinal Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal BearersSquare EnixARPG; there is no party system, equipment and thorough exploration are the only ways to upgrade stats
WiiFinal Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeonh.a.n.d. Inc.Another Mystery Dungeon game starring Chocobo, this time with the addition of jobs (and subsequently adorable outfits)
WiiFinal Fantasy IV: The After Years (WiiWare)Matrix SoftwareAn episodic sequel to Final Fantasy IV that many felt was unnecessary, adds new gameplay systems
WiiFire Emblem: Radiant DawnIntelligent SystemsDirect sequel to Path of Radiance, multiple factions to control over the course of the game, also hard
WiiFragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the MoonTri-Crescendo/Namco BandaiA lonely post-apocalyptic ARPG/slight horror hybrid where you fight off ghosts and discover remnants of civilization
WiiHarvest Moon: Animal ParadeMarvelous EntertainmentAll the farming you'd expect, but with a bigger variety of animals (many of them rideable)!
WiiHarvest Moon: Tree of TranquilityMarvelous EntertainmentLevel your tools, grow your crops, and restore a nature deity- all in a day's work!
WiiLittle King's StoryCing/TownfactoryCombination RTSRPG/town builder/management sim; explore and expand your rapidly growing reign as king
WiiLost in Blue: ShipwreckedHudson SoftWhoops, you're trapped on an island and have to do minigames in order to craft tools/hunt to survive
WiiMonster Hunter TriCapcomAdds an underwater ecosystem to the tried-and-true monster-slaying formula
WiiMuramasa: The Demon BladeVanillawareGorgeous side-scrolling ARPG with a Japanese folklore twist
WiiOne Piece: Unlimited AdventureGanbarionARPG in which the Straw Hat Pirates are stuck on an island and need to forage for survival; crafted food increases statistics
WiiOpoonaArtePiazzaCutesy semi-sci-fi game where combat is done by throwing a sphere at enemies
WiiPandora's TowerGanbarionARPG with a focus on environmental puzzle-solving and a time-based curse mechanic
WiiPhantom Brave: We Meet AgainNippon IchiAdds a new campaign and characters to the PS2 version of the SRPG
JP WiiPokemon Fushigi no Dungeon - Ikuzo! Arashi no BoukendanChunsoftStack water Pokemon in a WiiWare-exclusive Mystery Dungeon adventure!
JP WiiPokemon Fushigi no Dungeon - Mezase! Hikari no BoukendanChunsoftSee above, but electric Pokemon
JP WiiPokemon Fushigi no Dungeon - Susume! Honou no BoukendanChunsoftSee above, but fire Pokemon
WiiRune Factory: FrontierNeverlandHarvest and dungeon delve, all while trying to prevent a whale island from crashing to the ground!
WiiRune Factory: Tides of DestinyNeverlandMore farming and fighting, with some seafaring sprinkled in!
WiiRygar: The Battle of ArgusTeam TachyonSee PS2, but with motion controls for the diskarmor and a massive change in Rygar's appearance
WiiSakura Wars: So Long, My LoveSega/RED Entertainment/Idea FactoryNo major changes from the PS2 version save for a lack of JP voices
WiiShiren the WandererChunsoftActually the third game in the Shiren the Wanderer sub-series of Mystery Dungeon roguelike games
WiiSpectrobes: OriginsGenkiARPG/monster collector with utilization of motion controls to switch between Spectrobes in combat
WiiSuper Paper MarioIntelligent SystemsMultiple playable characters and the ability to switch between 2D/3D for platforming; the last decent Paper Mario game, according to many
JP WiiTakt of MagicTaitoSuccessor to LostMagic (DS); a ARPGRTS focused on using motion controls to cast spells
WiiTales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New WorldNamco Tales StudioLots of elemental affinity manipulation and some monster recruitment mechanics in addition to normal Tales gameplay
WiiThe Last StoryArtoon/MistwalkerARPG with tactical and stealth elements including a cover system and issuing orders to AI party members in real-time
WiiValhalla Knights: Eldar SagaK2ARPG with a lot of similarities to Monster Hunter and a job system
WiiXenoblade ChroniclesMonolith SoftI'm really feeling loads of sidequests and ARPG combat!
JP WiiZangeki no ReginleivSandlotMission-based structure; free-running in stages and lots of emphasis on motion controls to attack, enemies drop mana that can be used to level up various weapons