Nintendo Power’s Wii Million Sellers Club

September 30, 2011 -

Nintendo Power has compiled a list of the top selling Wii games to-date in the United States. All of the games in the list have sold at least a million copies and not all of them were made by Nintendo - though all of the usual Nintendo are mostly at the top of the heap.

In fact only Ubisoft's Just Dance 2 managed to break into the top ten at number 8. The rest of the top ten is all Nintendo. Still there's an interesting mix of titles in there and some surprising numbers for games that you wouldn't think would be capable of muscling their way in like Cooking Mama Cook Off and Carnival Games.

Anyway, here are the numbers according to Nintendo Power (in millions), which we found by way of GoNintendo:

 

  1. Wii Play 13.04
  2. Mario Kart Wii 10.64
  3. Super Mario Bros. Wii 8.36
  4. Wii Fit w/ Balance Board 8.15
  5. Wii Sports Resort 6.05
  6. Wii Fit Plus w/ Balance Board 5.35
  7. Super Smash Bros.: Brawl 5.28
  8. Just Dance 2 5.09
  9. Super Mario Galaxy 4.38
  10. Link's Crossbow Training 3.47
  11. Mario Party 8 3.47
  12. Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 2.82
  13. Guitar Hero III 2.76
  14. Just Dance 2.71
  15. LEGO Star Wars: Complete Saga 2.48
  16. Super Mario Galaxy 2 2.4
  17. Donkey Kong Country Returns 2.35
  18. Mario & Sonic at Olympic Games 2.12
  19. Carnival Games 1.88
  20. Michael Jackson: Experience 1.88
  21. Game Party 1.78
  22. Wii Fit Plus (Standalone) 1.71
  23. EA Sports Active 1.56
  24. Disney Epic Mickey 1.52
  25. Zumba Fitness: Join the Party 1.42
  26. Deca Sports 1.35
  27. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games 1.34
  28. Rayman Raving Rabbids 1.28
  29. Super Paper Mario 1.27
  30. LEGO Batman 1.17
  31. Wii Music 1.16
  32. Mario Super Sluggers 1.13
  33. Cooking Mama: Cook Off 1.08
  34. LEGO Indiana Jones: Original Adventures 1.08
  35. Animal Crossing: City Folk 1.06
  36. Wipeout: The Game 1.06
  37. Star Wars: Force Unleashed 1.06
  38. Resident Evil 4 1.05
  39. Guitar Hero World Tour 1.02
  40. uDraw 1.02
  41. Rock Band Special Edition 1.01
  42. Call of Duty: World at War 1.01

 


 
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