Recently we recommended the top five games for the Wii for Christmas 2010, now here is a look at some more new Wii games for Christmas 2010 but this time would suit the older kids.
Sonic Colors for the Wii is the latest adventure for the rather famous blue hedgehog. Once again Dr Eggman is up to no good, this time his evil plan involves kidnapping some friendly Aliens and using their unique special powers against Sonic and friends. Sonic Colors Wii is a fast paced 3D action platformer and will need the super quick reactions.
Buy now: Buy Sonic Colors from Amazon.com
Wii Party is not only a great game to keep the kids occupied on Christmas day but it’s also fun for the whole family too. If you’ve ever played any of the Mario Party mini game collections this will be familiar. Basically it’s a collection of fun motion controlled party games that use Mii Avatars instead of characters such as Mario and his brother Luigi. Featuring over 70 fun minigames this one should last them a good while.
Buy now: Buy Wii Party from Amazon.com
Karaoke Revolution Glee
Karaoke Revolution Glee for Wii does exactly what it suggests. The official game from the hit TV series arrives on Wii and comes bundled with a microphone. The game features 35 songs from Season 1 and can even be played in COOP if you purchase another microphone. Basically it’s the game that all Glee fans have been waiting for.
Buy now: Buy Karaoke Revolution Glee from Amazon.com
uDraw Studio for Wii is a brand new piece of software for those with a creative touch. The software has been created exclusively for use with the bundled uDraw Game Tablet. For the first time on any home console you can draw real artwork images on your TV without using a cruddy controller because the uDraw Game Tablet for Wii uses a Stylus for pixel perfect drawing. All images created by the software can be exported via SD card to be shared with friends and family too.
Buy now: Buy uDraw Studio from Amazon.com
Flingsmash for Wii is a rather unusual first party title that hasn’t gotten a lot of coverage. It’s a motion controlled platformer with a difference, this time there’s no running and jumping – your character can only be flung forwards with a swift flick of the Wii Remote. The trick is to keep your character away from the edge of the screen passing all the many obstacles in his way. Featuring inspired elements from games such as Mario, Donkey Kong and more we think Flingsmash for Wii has some fun potential and is the most colourful game we’ve seen in years (sunglasses not included).
Buy now: Buy Flingsmash from Amazon.com