Okay we're coming up to the big top ten but there are plenty of great games to fit in before we get there. We left you last time around with one of the most controversial games on the list - Wii Sports. While it is a great game and the main reason why Wii has been so successful some of you felt that adventure games like Chrono Trigger and Okami should have beaten it. Still, it's all about opinions and we like hearing yours. Wonder which game will create the most arguments in the next selection? It might just be the next one...
20. Pokémon Diamond And Pearl
Format: DS. Released: 2007
No list such as this would be complete without an appearance or two from Nintendo's mega-selling, beast-battling colossus. More than a decade on from its inception on the humble Game Boy, collecting 'em all and building the ultimate squad is just as addictive as ever and, with a huge world map and online play, Diamond/Pearl is the definitive (if overly familiar) Poké-package.
19. Advance Wars: Dark Conflict
Format: DS. Released: 2008
It might be one of Nintendo's less celebrated franchises given the niche appeal of the strategy genre but few series can boast such a devoted, slavish following. And with good reason - it's a scarily perfect creation. Few games are capable of so completely ensnaring the player - its chess-like gameplay at once ridiculously sophisticated while still being extremely accessible. The sublime Dark Conflict just gets the nod ahead of the equally superb Dual Strike. It's a more streamlined, content-rich package and the first game in the series to implement online play. If you haven't strapped your CO badge on yet, then the time is now - Advance Wars: Dark Conflict is a game that every Nintendo fan should get behind.
18. Metroid Prime
Format: GameCube. Released: 2002
Few predicted just how successful Nintendo's brave 3D re-imagining of the Metroid series would be. The brilliant blend of exploration, platforming and first-person blasting sucks you into a sprawling adventure that remains in a class of its own.
17. Mario Kart 64
Format: N64. Released: 1996
We've poured more hours of our lives into the N64 take on Mario's racing franchise than almost any other game. Many people argue this is the definitive Mario Kart. Add online play, ramp the speed up, polish the visuals, add a few more weapons and we'd agree!
16. Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Format: Wii. Released: 2006
This spiritual follow-up to Ocarina Of Time is certainly the most epic Zelda adventure ever if not quite the best. The dungeons aren't always up to the series' high standards but this game lives long in the memory.
15. Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Format: Wii. Released: 2008
Brawl is basically this entire list condensed into one glorious, chaotic dust-up. Rammed to the gills with Nintendo characters, Brawl is a distillation of everything Nintendo does
best and a classic fighter.
14. Lylat Wars
Format: N64. Released: 1997
Nintendo's follow up to its ground-breaking SNES actioner Starwing took its predecessor's relentless action and made it bigger, better, louder and, basically, more brilliant, adding new land-based sections and a huge map. Fox McCloud's finest hour has still not been bettered - fingers crossed for a return to
the glory days soon.