How Many Hours People Play Nintendo's Wii Games (Sorry, Donkey Kong)

Never mind what's at the bottom of this barrel, here's a list of 29 Wii games from Nintendo and the amount of hours people play them, per gamer.

(The following stats are pulled from the usage data shared by more than two million Wii users through the system's Nintendo Channel. For more information about how we calculate these total playtimes, check out this week's earlier Wii stats post)

Average Per-Gamer Playing Time For Nintendo's First-Party Wii Games (as of July 1) (Release Dates in Parentheses) Super Smash Bros. Brawl (March 2008) — 68 hours, 51 minutes Animal Crossing: City Folk (November 2008) — 54 hours, 16 minutes Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn (November 2007) – 46 hours, 40 minutes The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (November 2006) — 46 hours, 9 minutes Wii Sports (November 2006) — 35 hours, 47 minutes Mario Kart Wii (April 2008) – 31 hours, 40 minutes Super Mario Galaxy (November 2007) — 27 hours, 37 minutes Super Paper Mario (April 2007) — 24 hours, 13 minutes Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (August 2007) 21 hours, 37 minutes Mario Party 8 (May 2007) — 20 hours, 39 minutes Pokemon Battle Revolution (June 2007) — 20 hours, 2 minutes Wii Fit (May 2008) — 18 hours, 18 minutes Mario Super Sluggers (August 2008) — 17 hours, 39 minutes Excite Truck – (November 2006) 12 hours, 39 minutes Battalion Wars 2 (October 2007) — 12 hours, 23 minutes WarioWare: Smooth Moves (January 2007) — 11 hours, 39 minutes Excitebots: Trick Racing (April 2009) – 10 hours 56 minutes Wii Play (February 2007) — 10 hours, 7 minutes New Play Control! Pikmin (March 2009) – 9 hours, 44 minutes Endless Ocean (January 2008) — 9 hours, 41 minutes Wii Music (October 2008) — 9 hours, 17 minutes Wario Land: Shake It! (September 2008) — 8 hours, 47 minutes Punch-Out!! (May 2009) – 7 hours, 55 minutes Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree (June 2007) — 6 hours, 56 minutes Mario Strikers Charged (July 2007) — 6 hours, 18 minutes New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis (March 2009) – 6 hours, 14 minutes Link's Crossbow Training (November 2007) - 4 hours, 55 minutes Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (October 2007) — 4 hours, 41 minutes New Play Control! Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (May 2009) – No Data Listed


Comments

    Interesting. Does show that people are playign their Wii's contrary to fanboy blathering

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