In an effort to make video games more accessible to everyone, Nintendo released the console alongside titles like Wii Sports and Wii Fit, which seemingly catered to everyone else who wasn't an 18-32 year old male. Unfortunately, this move may have opened the floodgates for wave after wave of low-quality titles, aka shovelware.
Monster Trux Offroad, Puppy Luv, Neighborhood Games...it definitely begins to look like the Wii became the de facto choice for some of the laziest attempts by developers hoping to make a quick buck off of unsuspecting buyers.
At this point, detractors may be asking themselves if the Wii had any titles that appealed to core gamers. Well...
I literally could go on and on, but this is not meant to be an exhaustive list of awesome Wii games. In short, anyone who discounts the Wii simply based on its admittedly large library of shovelware is missing out on some of the most iconic and enjoyable titles ever released, all of which are optimized for the Wii's motion controls.