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Old January 29th, 2013 (8:46 AM). Edited January 29th, 2013 by Spinosaurus.
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IMO, the three (or, four) must haves are:
-Rhythm Heaven Fever (Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise in Europe)
-Mario Galaxy 1 and 2
-Donkey Kong Country Returns

But I absolutely recommend all of these as well:
-Punch Out!! (Hard, and has a nice arcade feel. It's basically boxing without footwork: Good countering, reflexes and reactions are all you need. Title Defense mode is brutal, but it's where the game shines. Get if you want a retro styled game that is unforgiving. Has amazing animations.)
-Wario Land: Shake It!/Shake Dimension (Good off beat platformer. A bit on the easy side, unless you go for the challenges, and the level design shows it's juice when you try go for them. Gorgeous game, feels like playing a cartoon.)
-Warioware: Smooth Moves (So much content and one of the best uses of the Wiimote.)
-Zack and Wiki (Excellent point and click adventure with fantastic puzzle designs.)
-Little King's Story (The most charming game of the generation imo. It's an RTS, a lot like Pikmin, but more strategic.)
-Another Code: R (If you're in Europe.)
-Trauma Team (If you're in the US.)
-Metroid Prime 3
-Trauma Center
-Zelda: Skyward Sword (for the combat. game has too much filler, but if you can tolerate those then absolutely.)
-New Play Control: Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (if you can get the Gamecube version with the bongos, though, then get that instead. Or double dip since both are pretty different.)

And if you missed out on the gamecube: The two must haves from that system are F-Zero GX and Smash Bros Melee. You can find both cheap enough online.

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