YouTube Wii

Here is my list of the Top 10 Nintendo Wii videos on YouTube. Some of these videos have millions of hits, while some are rough diamonds that are ripe for the picking, and could be huge soon…
NUMBER 1 - Why every guy should buy their girlfriend Wii Fit.

The original Wii Fit hula-hoop video that has been viewed almost 7 million times on YouTube. Instant classic and great viral marketing

NUMBER 2 -Baby laughing at the Wii

With 14 million plus views on YouTube this is the most seen video about the Wii. Fantastic laugh!!

NUMBER 3 - Nintendo Wii Tennis W@nker

Pretty rude stuff, shown on a BBC comedy sketch show “The Wrong Door”. This is my tip for the next successful Wii viral video.

NUMBER 4 - Wee Wii Mii - 22-month old video gamer

This kid is better at Wii Tennis than me!! Brilliant!

NUMBER 5 - Rejected Wii Play Games

Games that should be on Wii Play, but then again, they shouldn’t really!!! Funny stuff

NUMBER 6 - Wario Land: Shake It – Amazing footage!

Quite a new video on YouTube, brilliant footage that brings the house down on Youtube. The video below will open in a new window to get the full effects on your screen!

NUMBER 7 - PS3 vs. Wii

TV advert showing the physical differences between Wii and PS3 users. Use your own judgement - I bet the PS3 has a “great personality”!

NUMBER 8 - Wii Fit Parody

Sarcasticgamer.com view on the Wii Fit launch!!! As a Wii Fit fan I must try and defend it, as it’s a little more involved than shown on the sketch. But it is a damn funny sketch!

NUMBER 9 - Wii Accident

Recently broke the 2 million view count on YouTube. One of the first videos showing Wii accidents, pretty predictable outcome, but a good laugh nonetheless!

NUMBER 10 - Johnny Lee: Wii Remote hacks

An excellent demo by Ted.com’s Johnny Lee showing how to use the Wii remote as a digital whiteboard, a touchscreen and a head-mounted 3-D viewer.  Clever dude!

Any YouTube videos that you believe should be on here? Comments are always welcome!

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