Really Entertaining games for a 10 year old.

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by kazekun, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. kazekun

    kazekun GBAtemp Regular

    Nov 11, 2009
    Alright, i have younger brothers, one of 15 and one of 10, last week i ordered a psp for me, and my 15 year old brother, needless to say, the younger one will be a bothersome [​IMG] , to avoid that, i decided to put a ton of games on my Wii for him to get entertained for as long as i can keep him, i have all the wii good games alredy from popular franchises, so he has played them all, the ones i alredy got for him atm where, Ben10, Green Lantern, Spore Hero, Tenchu shadow assassins, cars 2, spyborg, and olympic games mario /sonic, so [​IMG] any sugestions of kind of kid games that would keep him busy? (Also keep in mind, he dislikes shovelware, he gets bored to fast of simple or repetitive games, and he plays games better than your average gamer XD being it that he has beaten games like deadspace, and resident evil)
  2. Taleweaver

    Taleweaver Storywriter

    Dec 23, 2009
    Erm...considering he plays franchises like deadspace and resident evil, I don't think there is much on the wii that can still shock him. [​IMG]

    You haven't said which kinds of games he likes (though I bet he'll pop up if I mentioned "house of the dead: overkill"...even though that's rather repetitive [​IMG] ). Music games can be a good timewaster (yes, you'll need the guitar). For deep gameplay, monster hunter tri is probably a safe bet. Or maybe metroid prime trilogy.

    I know the above aren't exactly kiddy games, but sounds like he is that age in which he doesn't want to play those games (I'd almost say "you can use kirby epic yarn as a way to punish him if he misbehaves [​IMG] ").
  3. ganon45

    ganon45 Member

    Jun 14, 2011
    United States
    Resident Evil? Seriously?
    I don't think he'd mention it being for a 10 year old if he wasn't seeking suggestions for games that are more kid appropriate..

    1. Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure
    2. Super Paper Mario
    3. Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
    4. Muramasa: The Demon Blade
    5. Little King's Story
    6 Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
    7. Metroid Prime 3. It has a gloomy feel to it and has a Sci-fi like storyline, but nothing too over the top. You can check out videos on it at Gamespot to make sure it up your alley
  4. TheDreamLord

    TheDreamLord GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Jun 8, 2011
    Smash bros brawl [​IMG] its a very hard game when it comes to subspace [​IMG] And my sis loves it (shes 6) i know shes young but my parents dont see whats wrong ssbb lol jjust give it a try [​IMG]

    Posts merged

    im a serious gamer and i love kirby's epic yarn [​IMG]
  5. kazekun

    kazekun GBAtemp Regular

    Nov 11, 2009
    Apart of Zelda and Paper mario those others there didnt kept him busy long [​IMG] he did enjoy monster hunter tough, guitar hero games would be imba to entertain him, less the part i would have to buy the guitar wich i dont want yet [​IMG], super smash he alredy played and replayed several times, and house of dead overkill is a good game to put him playing, sure he will enjoy, about the type of games he like, well, he likes everything that you guys like basicly, he isnt a picky gamer, any game he enjoys he plays, i think tought he isnt very interested in 1 person shooters, but even tough he plays out of everything he still seems to be charmed by more childish games, like lego franchise (wich i have and he beaten all), sponge bob, ben 10, those kinda games, i think the games that can keep him better entertained are the ones with a good gameplay basicly, he seems to enjoy mostly adventures kinda games.
  6. chop

    chop GBAtemp Fan

    Apr 14, 2010
    Okami and de Blob should be worth a look
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