Wii Sports Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Wii Sports RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network 5 Quick Exercises You Can Do During Long Loading Screens https://www.gameskinny.com/qiv1o/5-quick-exercises-you-can-do-during-long-loading-screens https://www.gameskinny.com/qiv1o/5-quick-exercises-you-can-do-during-long-loading-screens Thu, 25 May 2017 10:00:01 -0400 Jaleesa Mitchell

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It's difficult to find that perfect work, game, exercise balance. But remember: these five exercises are perfect for breaks between mobile, desktop, and tabletop gaming.

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And, if you still feel like it's too much to keep up with, there are always alternatives such as Wii Fit, Xbox Kinect, and PlayStation Move. Games like Dance Central, Wii Sports, Just Dance, Arms, and Sports Champions are all games that help you get your exercise on.

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Take some time to play these types of games every now and then, and your lack of exercise will be a problem of the past.

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Do you think that you'll be trying these out any time soon?

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Mountain Climbers

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This one should bring back memories from your middle school gym. But mountain climbers are probably one of the quickest mid-game exercises to complete.

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You start in the push-up position. Make sure that your arms are completely straight and directly beneath your shoulders. If your body is forming a straight line from your shoulders to your ankles, you're doing it right.

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Next, you're going to squeeze your abs, lift one foot off the floor, and bring your knee up toward your chest. Keep your body in as straight a line as you possibly can. Lastly, you'll return to the starting position and repeat each step with your opposite leg.

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Do about 10 reps, and you'll be good to fight demons with your broad sword just in time to save your comrades.

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Squats

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This is probably one of the most difficult exercises to master, that is if you want to do it correctly. (That's why there's a video, wink, wink.) 

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To properly do a squat, you want to spread your feet apart. Make sure that you're knees don't go over your toes and that your chest is up. 

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Stretch out your back so that there are no bends along your backside -- but don't overdue it because it could cause strain. Also, make sure that you align your thighs with the floor. You want to make sure that your butt is far back. After all, it would suck to injure yourself.

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It helps a lot if you inhale into the squat and exhale when you stand up. 

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Lastly: never, ever, lift with your glutes. It's just not a good idea. 

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The best thing about this exercise is that you can do it in sets of three or more, meaning you won't miss out on a thing if you're exercising in the middle of a load screen. 

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Great, right? 

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Superman

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Named after one of our favorite DC Comic superheroes, the Superman is an exercise that works out your arms, shoulders, legs, glutes, and core -- pretty much everything you need to function on a day to day basis.

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It also tones your back, providing relief for people like me who have back pains.

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To complete this exercise, you're going to need to lie on your stomach with your arms stretched out straight and your legs straight back. Next, you're going to lengthen your body, tuck in your tailbone, and lift your arms and legs at the same time.

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Hold this position for 10 seconds and repeat until your loading screen disappears.

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Bicycle Abs

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As the name suggests, this workout is all about your abs. 

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To do this one, you must lie on your back with your hands behind your head, lift your legs and feet, and make sure that your knees are bent to a 90-degree angle. Next, lift your head and shoulders slightly off the mat. Rotate your torso so that your left shoulder moves toward your right knee. Extend and lower your left leg.

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Be sure to alternate sides for a total of 10 reps per side. By the time that you're finished, you'll feel better about eating pizza and guzzling down soda -- plus your game will be finished loading.

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Power Push-Up Plank

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This first exercise is super simple and is called a power push-up plank. It only takes about one minute to do, which makes it perfect to do during breaks or long loading screens.

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You begin by standing with your feet slightly wider than your shoulders, like in the top left picture. Then you squat down and place your hands on the floor in front of your feet. You're then going to jump back into the plank position -- just like in the middle picture. Make sure you keep your body lengthened. Then, tighten your abs and hold for a count of eight.

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Lastly, you're going to do two push-ups. Try to do them on your toes (like the picture at the bottom), and if you can't, your knees make a great alternative. Make sure to jump or walk with your feet toward your hands. Return to a low-squat position on your feet, and then stand up.

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Repeat each of these steps four times. By the time you do this, that pesky load screen will be long gone, and you would have gotten in a great ab day!

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Gaming all day can be a blast, but when your game starts to lag, your mind starts to drag. So, what can you do about it? Well, in today's day and age, health seems to be the epitome of conversation. Between random diets and the obsession with exercise equipment, it's hard to get away from it. Instead of fighting the movement, why not join it?

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When your screen starts to slow or you need a break from the noob who keeps fragging you around every corner, try these 10 exercises to keep you fresh and in the mood for gaming.

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Top 5 two-button fighting games https://www.gameskinny.com/hormg/top-5-two-button-fighting-games https://www.gameskinny.com/hormg/top-5-two-button-fighting-games Sun, 13 Sep 2015 13:30:01 -0400 Clint Pereira

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1. Divekick (PC and console)

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This is a deceptively complex game. There are evasion maneuvers, trajectory changes, counters, fake-outs. There are strategies for offensively playing and calculating the angles of the fighters' kicks, and there are strategies for playing defensively and using special moves to win by timeout. And that's just scratching the surface. Truly, an inspired two-button fighter.

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We've got some great guides for it, too. Check out our kick meter and special moves guides.

What two-button fighting games do you think deserve a spot on this list? Let me know in the comments!

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2. Wii Sports and Wii Sports Club Boxing (Wii and WiiU)

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Punch, punch, punch! Though the Wii remotes may not be sensitive enough to give a realistic feeling of boxing, this is the closest you can get as far as video games go. Honestly, I'm surprised this isn't a genre in itself.

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3. Evil Zone (PlayStation)

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Best known currently for being hated by the Best Friends Zaibatsu. But this is my list and I absolutely love this game.

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The game takes fighter distance into account, firing off projectiles at a far range and melee attacks at close range. Throw moves can be used at any range and are called "captures."

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Beyond that, it's mostly a game of rock, paper, scissors. Block beats attack. Attack beats capture. Capture beats block.

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4. Karate Champ (Arcade)

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A revolutionary fighting game created in 1984. The arcade machine cleverly used two joysticks as controls. One was to control movement and the other was to control fighting moves. Karate Champ was ported to the NES, but it played horribly.

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5. Joy Mech Fight (Famicom)

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Released only in Japan, Joy Mech Fight was one of the first fighting games to implement using button combos. Fighting move inputs would include pressing A and B together or pressing back and then forward to launch the fighter forward Blanca-style. The story was similar to Mega Man - you unlocked fighters and made them "good" after beating them with your robot.

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Two-button fighting games are a rare breed. Even back in the olden days of two-button controllers, most fighting games were in the arcades and weren't subject to a console's limitations.

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Still, there are a few out there. And some of them are actually pretty amazing. Here's my list of the best two-button fighters.

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New Super Mario Bros. Wii Sells Over 10 Million Copies in North America https://www.gameskinny.com/ximcz/new-super-mario-bros-wii-sells-over-10-million-copies-in-north-america https://www.gameskinny.com/ximcz/new-super-mario-bros-wii-sells-over-10-million-copies-in-north-america Thu, 20 Nov 2014 12:13:58 -0500 Brian Spaen

Nintendo of America is celebrating a milestone for New Super Mario Bros. Wii. The hit classic on the original Nintendo Wii has sold over 10 million copies in North America.

On Wednesday night, NoA tweeted out a celebratory picture and joked about that being "a lot of penguin suits."

To avoid confusion, let's reiterate that number reflects the amount of copies sold in North America. Over 28.6 million copies have sold worldwide and is the fourth best-selling game ever on the Wii. Wii Sports obviously retains the first spot since it came bundled with the system (82.5 million copies), Mario Kart Wii had the second-most with 35.5 million copies, and Wii Sports Resort had over 32.6 million copies.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii was the successor to New Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo DS handheld. It was the first traditional Mario game to include simultaneous co-op play. Including the original Mario Bros., which had two plumbers fighting each other in the arcade, this was also the first Mario platform game to have four-player multiplayer. Gamers can play as Mario, Luigi, or one of the two Toads.

Just passing its fifth-year anniversary, the classic is still tacking on sales here in North America. What are your thoughts on the game reaching a big milestone in sales?

Image credit: Amazon

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Top 10 Nintendo Franchises https://www.gameskinny.com/9y3q4/top-10-nintendo-franchises https://www.gameskinny.com/9y3q4/top-10-nintendo-franchises Sun, 28 Sep 2014 22:18:49 -0400 Brian Spaen

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1. Super Mario

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Series highlights:

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  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES - 1990)
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  • Super Mario World (SNES - 1991)
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  • Super Mario Galaxy (Wii - 2007)
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What did you expect? Nintendo's favorite plumber is not only their most successful mascot, but it's the most popular. Super Mario titles have sold well and Nintendo has no problems throwing the mascot on a game that may not sell as much, but Mario will spawn title sales.

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Whatever their last names are, both Mario and Luigi deserve getting some props. They've been a part of the Nintendo franchise from the beginning, and it will never dissolve.

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2. The Legend of Zelda

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  • A Link to the Past (Super NES - 1991)
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  • Ocarina of Time (N64 - 1998)
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  • Wind Waker HD (Wii U - 2013)
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What else did you expect? We've barely talked about the top-down action adventure with a hint of RPG elements, but it's exactly what the doctor orders after a long week. The long quests featuring Link are both legendary and unique. While the series has gotten a tad stale with the same names again and again, changing things will help them in the long run.

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Ocarina of Time, the first title on N64, is regarded by some (including me) as the best game ever created. Every title's been a stellar hit, but when the games kick ass, you can easily be talked out of it.

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3. Pokemon

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  • Pokemon Yellow (GB Color - 2000)
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You can't deny Nintendo's most infamous small mascots. It's hard to keep track of them all -- especially since they branched out and don't try to play cross-country games. The original concept of having 150 total monsters and needing to play two games and trade with others playing a different cartridge was ideal -- even though you left with no points.

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There's only one franchise -- Pokemon -- that's sold over 260 million total titles in the franchise.

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4. Mario Kart

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  • Mario Kart 64 (N64 - 1997)
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  • Mario Kart Wii (Wii - 2008)
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  • Mario Kart 7 (3DS - 2011)
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What was played before Super Smash Bros. ruled the college dorms? Nintendo 64's rendition of the Mario Kart franchise. MK64 is widely hailed as the franchise's high point, and the sequels have since kept up with its formula with the music, sounds, and familiar tracks.

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The Mario Kart franchise is the second-best selling product under the Mario umbrella with over 100 million copies, topping Madden, Assassins' Creed, and even the realistic racer, Gran Turismo.

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5. Donkey Kong Country

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  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Super Nintendo - 1995)
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  • Donkey Kong 64 (N64 - 1999)
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  • Donkey Kong Country Returns (Wii - 2010)
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The Super Nintendo trilogy was one of the most beautiful looking games in the 16-bit era, and while some didn't love the transition to a 3D platformer, the series ultimately fell to a sudden halt after Rare bolted to Microsoft.

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It made a triumphant return nearly 10 years later on the Wii with one of the hardest remakes in the franchise. DKC Returns will give absolutely anybody fits, even the masters of the original platformer during the SNES era. Even though DK64 has its place in history, it's hard to say this franchise doesn't thrive on its 2D brilliance.

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6. Mario Party

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  • Mario Party 3 (N64 - 2001)
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  • Mario Party 5 (Gamecube - 2003)
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  • Mario Party 8 (Wii - 2007)
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Agreed, there's very few Nintendo franchises as uninventive as Mario Party, but I'll be damned if it isn't one of the most fun. Any game will test the patience of any video game player that truly says they don't get pissed if things aren't going their way in a multiplayer contest.

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Despite just having numbers after the titles, each game does have their own feel and uniqueness that fans will be asking for their favorite at a party. Ever have some buddies over and trying to figure out what to do with a case of beer? It doesn't get much better than a round of Mario Party.

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7. Metroid

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  • Super Metroid (Super Nintendo - 1994)
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  • Metroid II: Return of Samus (Game Boy - 1991)
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  • Metroid Prime (Gamecube - 2002)
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It wasn't the best selling Nintendo franchise, but it featured one of the company's most unique and great games. One of the best platformer titles of all time -- Super Metroid -- is a game that many tried to mimic but couldn't duplicate. Even the jump to a first-person shooter felt comfortable because it didn't feel forced, weird, or much different from the predecessors.

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Metroid deserves to sit next to all the other popular Nintendo franchises. It won't be the first that comes off the tongue, but it may have had some of the best games ever created under the company's umbrella.

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8. Wii Sports

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  • Wii Sports (Wii - 2006)
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  • Wii Sports Resort (Wii - 2008)
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  • Wii Sports Club (Wii U - 2013)
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Not many people would immediately think about Wii Sports as a franchise, but it's one of Nintendo's most successful games in history. The packaged add-on to the Wii console generated so much conversation that the franchise itself has sold over 109 million copies. Wii Sports was essentially a demo of what the Wii could do in its early stages. Unfortunately, the revolutionary machine couldn't do much past it, and gamers preferred the traditional controller over the Wiimote and Nunchuck combination.

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Still, the original five-sport demo was a blast to pop in whenever you were bored, and the sequel was just as fun with the additional games and play modes -- regardless of how simplified they are. Don't tell me there weren't multiple playthroughs of the 3-point challenge in basketball in Wii Sports Resort!

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9. Mario Sports

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  • NES Open (NES - 1991)
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  • Mario Tennis (N64 - 2000)
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  • Mario Super Sluggers (Wii - 2008)
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Realistic sports are a blast to play, but sometimes it's fun to add a little bit of craziness to it. Midway had the infamous NBA Jam and NFL Blitz titles, but Nintendo added their own spin with their most popular mascot and his friends. From the NES to the Wii U, Nintendo has always had a wide variety of sports titles featuring the plumber.

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Just trying to narrow it down to three titles is next to impossible. Outside of a solid football title, a popular North American sport, if there's any sport that you want to enjoy on a Nintendo console, a game with the mustached mascot will generally exceed expectations.

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10. Super Smash Bros.

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  • Super Smash Bros. (Nintendo 64 - 1999)
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  • Super Smash Bros. Melee (Gamecube - 2001)
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  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii - 2008)
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Who knew that putting Nintendo mascots in one big four player brawlfest would have become so popular? The series kicked off with the insanely fun N64 debut, but the series hit its high point with SSB: Melee, a game that ruled dorms and parties throughout the turn of the millennium and partly why the Gamecube was as successful as it got. For a series that just has three titles, selling over 22 million copies is a true testament to how fun the game is.

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There's nothing quite like Nintendo franchises in the video game industry. It's why the Japanese giant continues to publish on their own systems -- there's a huge variety of games that simply can't be found on other consoles or the PC.

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The reason for why the rankings are as they are is a combination of popularity, sales, and the historic value of the series. Each of these franchises own a piece of history that will be stored in Nintendo's vault and be treasured for the rest of time. Generations will pass, and with each new one that comes, they'll get to admire where not only it all began, but the legendary chapters since.

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Enjoy a ranking of the best 10 Nintendo franchises of all time, and debate which you think should be higher or lower on the chart, or if you believe a franchise has been left out.

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