Top Ten: Nintendo WFC Games

From brawling to puzzle solving, we look at the games that made the most of Nintendo WFC.

By Jon Stevens. Posted 05/13/2014 11:00 3 Comments     ShareThis

On May 20, Nintendo WFC will be retired for good, and with it all the online features of Nintendo games on both Wii and DS will disappear. This is made all the worse by the fact that many of those games made great use of the service, with Nintendo quickly showing that it knew how to handle this broad new frontier. Some games saw great innovation, while others simply gained a few fun, new features.

Read on to see the games that made the best use of online functionality…


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3 Responses to “Top Ten: Nintendo WFC Games”

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    excaliburguy says...

    Sorry, but you can’t make a “Best of WFC” without Monster Hunter.

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    • 1 points
      Kevin Knezevic says...

      We’ve excluded Monster Hunter from the list (and from our poll) since it technically used Capcom’s servers for online play and not Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, but there’s no doubt that it was easily one of the most ambitious and addictive online games on any Nintendo console. ;)

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      Jon Stevens says...

      Yeah, there was a number of great third party games that would have made the list if it had been open to all games with online play.

      I agree with you though. I plan on getting Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate as part of the Mario Kart promotion in a couple of weeks!

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