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Nintendo Power lists 42 Wii games which moved 1 million or more copies 

The latest issue of Nintendo Power has a list of all the Wii games which have sold a million or more copies in the US. Number one on the list, is Wii Play with 13.04 million units sold.

Call of Duty: World at War ended up last on the list, but still moved 1.01 million copies.

Here is the entire thing via GoNinteno (via GAF):

  • Wii Play 13.04
  • Mario Kart Wii 10.64
  • Super Mario Bros. Wii 8.36
  • Wii Fit w/ Balance Board 8.15
  • Wii Sports Resort 6.05
  • Wii Fit Plus w/ Balance Board 5.35
  • Super Smash Bros.: Brawl 5.28
  • Just Dance 2 5.09
  • Super Mario Galaxy 4.38
  • Link's Crossbow Training 3.47
  • Mario Party 8 3.47
  • Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 2.82
  • Guitar Hero III 2.76
  • Just Dance 2.71
  • LEGO Star Wars: Complete Saga 2.48
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 2.4
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns 2.35
  • Mario & Sonic at Olympic Games 2.12
  • Carnival Games 1.88
  • Michael Jackson: Experience 1.88
  • Game Party 1.78
  • Wii Fit Plus (Standalone) 1.71
  • EA Sports Active 1.56
  • Disney Epic Mickey 1.52
  • Zumba Fitness: Join the Party 1.42
  • Deca Sports 1.35
  • Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games 1.34
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids 1.28
  • Super Paper Mario 1.27
  • LEGO Batman 1.17
  • Wii Music 1.16
  • Mario Super Sluggers 1.13
  • Cooking Mama: Cook Off 1.08
  • LEGO Indiana Jones: Original Adventures 1.08
  • Animal Crossing: City Folk 1.06
  • Wipeout: The Game 1.06
  • Star Wars: Force Unleashed 1.06
  • Resident Evil 4 1.05
  • Guitar Hero World Tour 1.02
  • uDraw 1.02
  • Rock Band Special Edition 1.01
  • Call of Duty: World at War 1.01

Thanks, D'toid.

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