Nintendo Wii ROMs (ISOs)

Thumbnail Name Rating Views
10 Minute Solution Thumbnail 10 Minute Solution
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2010
3.9 253
101-in-1 Party Megamix Thumbnail 101-in-1 Party Megamix
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2011
3.6 1045
101-in-1 Sports Thumbnail 101-in-1 Sports
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Puzzle
Year: 2009
4.3 885
A Boy And His Blob Thumbnail A Boy And His Blob
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Platform
Year: 2009
4.1 935
ABBA - You Can Dance Thumbnail ABBA - You Can Dance
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Music
Year: 2011
4.0 626
AC DC Live Rock Band Track Pack Thumbnail AC DC Live Rock Band Track Pack
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Music
Year: 2008
3.8 570
Academy Of Champions- Soccer Thumbnail Academy Of Champions- Soccer
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2009
3.6 120
Action Girlz Racing Thumbnail Action Girlz Racing
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Racing
Year: 2008
3.8 295
Active Life - Explorer Thumbnail Active Life - Explorer
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Adventure
Year: 2010
3.5 409
Active Life - Extreme Challenge Thumbnail Active Life - Extreme Challenge
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2009
3.0 205
Active Life - Magic Carnival Thumbnail Active Life - Magic Carnival
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Music, Misc
Year: 2011
2.0 350
Active Life - Outdoor Challenge Thumbnail Active Life - Outdoor Challenge
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Puzzle
Year: 2008
5.0 226
AFL Live Thumbnail AFL Live
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2011
4.7 45
Agatha Christie- Evil Under The Sun Thumbnail Agatha Christie- Evil Under The Sun
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Adventure
Year: 2008
4.8 375
Aladdin Magic Racer Thumbnail Aladdin Magic Racer
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Racing
Year: 2001
2.8 193
Alice In Wonderland Thumbnail Alice In Wonderland
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Adventure
Year: 2010
4.3 4006
Alien Monster Bowling League Thumbnail Alien Monster Bowling League
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2009
1.0 234
Alien Syndrome Thumbnail Alien Syndrome
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Role Playing
Year: 2007
3.8 485
Aliens In The Attic Thumbnail Aliens In The Attic
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Adventure
Year: 2009
2.2 188
All Star Cheer Squad 2 Thumbnail All Star Cheer Squad 2
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2009
0.0 170
Allstar Karate Thumbnail Allstar Karate
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Sports
Year: 2010
3.3 33
Alvin And The Chipmunks Thumbnail Alvin And The Chipmunks
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Music
Year: 2007
4.5 208
Alvin And The Chipmunks - Chipwrecked Thumbnail Alvin And The Chipmunks - Chipwrecked
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Music
Year: 2011
3.0 169
Alvin And The Chipmunks- The Squeakquel Thumbnail Alvin And The Chipmunks- The Squeakquel
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Music
Year: 2009
3.3 142
America's Next Top Model Thumbnail America's Next Top Model
Console: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Simulation
Year: 2010
4.5 179

Console History: Nintendo Wii


When the Nintendo Wii was first announced in 2006, gamers greeted it with a great deal of skepticism, mostly based on the unusual name. In the months that followed, however, skepticism quickly morphed into hot anticipation as the Wii's revolutionary features were gradually announced: motion controls, internet connectivity beyond anything yet seen in a console, backwards compatibility with the Gamecube, and the ability to download titles from older Nintendo consoles and handhelds through the Virtual Console.

In the end, the name didn't matter at all. It certainly didn't hurt the launch, which would be Nintendo's most successful until the Switch debuted over a decade later. Nintendo's early marketing campaign for the console was highly effective, enticing many casual and first-time gamers with the innovative Wii Remote.

There is some debate among gamers as to how successful the Wii was in a historical context, however. While it certainly had one of the hottest starts of any console, Nintendo largely failed to capture the long-term attention of those newer and more casual gamers who jumped on the initial bandwagon. As the newness wore off, and as the PS3 and Xbox 360 debuted their own more advanced motion control systems, Wii sales sharply tapered off. The debut of the Kinect in 2010 was effectively the death blow for the system. Official production of and support for the Wii continued until 2013, but significant new releases for it had dried up by 2011.

Still, the powerful first few years were enough to make the Wii one of the best-selling consoles of all time, third behind the first two PlayStations, and fifth if you add in handheld systems (behind the Nintendo DS and Game Boy). There were worldwide shortages of the system from its launch in 2006 all the way into 2008, with players in the United States having a particularly tough time getting ahold of the system.

As was the pattern with a number of Nintendo's consoles and handhelds, the system was known more for amazing exclusive first-party releases than it was for third-party support. Nintendo's collection of games that made use of the Wii Remote (Sports, Fit, Play and Resort) were by far the console's biggest hits. The other top sellers for the system were mostly members of Nintendo's flagship franchises - the Super Mario Galaxy games, Mario Kart Wii, New Super Mario Bros., Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Mario Party 8 just to name a few. A handful of third-party titles did find success on the system, however: the biggest were The Michael Jackson Experience, Deca Sports, Epic Mickey, Monster Hunter Tri, Rayman Raving Rabbids and Red Steel. The ports of Guitar Hero III, Resident Evil 4 and Rock Band also did very well. And though it didn't rack up massive sales, Monolith's Xenoblade Chronicles gave RPG fans a very strong Nintendo-exclusive title to enjoy.

Of course, there's also the Virtual Console to consider. In total, Nintendo made over 400 retro titles available spanning not just their own back catalog, but the platforms of some of their biggest rivals as well. You could download games for Sega's Master System and Genesis, the Turbografx, the Commodore 64 and even select arcade titles.

Two variants of the Wii were released. Both of these were more compact and had a lower retail price than the original console, but sacrificed certain features. The Wii Family Edition added the ability to stand the system up horizontally at the cost of the Gamecube compatibility and controller port. The Wii Mini was an ultra-compact version that moved the disc loader to the top of the unit, but dumped the majority of the connectivity features in addition to Gamecube support.

The Wii U largely rendered the Wii obsolete, given that it had backward compatibility with the previous console's physical media and digital download titles. The Wii does have the distinction of being the last console capable of running Gamecube games natively, though with some hacking it is also possible to get them running on the Wii U.