80 Minutes of Nostalgic Nintendo Wii Games Music

I’ve been wanting to do a Console-themed mix for a while. Here’s a bunch of songs that will remind you of the glorious Wii era. Well, glorious to me at least, as it was my first Nintendo home console and has some of my all time favorite games and memories. #Nintendo #Wii

Track list:

0:00 New Super Mario Bros. Wii- Staff Roll
3:18 Daisy Circuit – Mario Kart Wii
5:38 Mii Plaza – Nintendo Wii
7:57 Honeyhive Galaxy – Super Mario Galaxy
9:49 Main Menu – Mario Kart Wii
11:54 6 PM – Animal Crossing: City Folk
13:43 Main Theme – Wii Sports Resort
16:18 DK Summit – Mario Kart Wii
18:29 Beach Overworld – New Super Mario Bros. Wii
20:16 Step: The Plain – Super Smash Bros. Brawl
22:12 SD Card Photo List – Photo Channel
24:28 Luigi Circuit – Mario Kart Wii
26:38 Mario Stadium – Mario Sports Mix
29:19 Knight’s Academy – The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
31:08 Starship Mario 1&2 – Super Mario Galaxy 2
33:57 11 AM – Animal Crossing: City Folk
35:59 Main Theme – Wii Play
37:45 Beach Bowl Galaxy – Super Mario Galaxy
40:50 Title Theme – New Super Mario Bros. Wii
41:52 Wii Shop Theme – Nintendo Wii
43:37 Bowling – Wii Sports
45:32 Title Theme – Mario Kart Wii
47:32 Tough Enemy – Mario Party 9
49:05 Kakariko Village – The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
51:08 World 1 (Plains) – New Super Mario Bros. Wii
52:40 Yoshi Star Galaxy – Super Mario Galaxy 2
54:43 Island in the Sky – The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
56:28 Trophy Gallery – Super Smash Bros. Brawl
58:44 Desert Overworld – New Super Mario Bros. Wii
1:00:51 Main Theme – Wii Sports
1:03:04 The City (Day) – Animal Crossing: City Folk
1:04:48 Title Screen – Super Mario Galaxy 2
1:06:40 Rainbow Road – Mario Kart Wii
1:09:11 Main Theme – Wii Music
1:10:57 Ordon Village – The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
1:12:37 Comet Observatory 1&2 – Super Mario Galaxy
1:14:49 Forest (World 5) – New Super Mario Bros. Wii
1:16:17 Staff Credits 1&2 – Mario Kart Wii

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44 Replies to “80 Minutes of Nostalgic Nintendo Wii Games Music”

  1. Something Roo

    I don’t care what’s popular at the time when I get kids. I will still have my Wii by then and I will let my kids play this ancient console. Even if it kills me to get it repaired some how.

  2. Pavrogold

    The Wii Sports Resort theme brings me back too many good memories. Living an endless summer, sitting on the carpet, playing again and again swordfight, flight… I had a lot of Miis and I used to make stories with them and the sports. They had friendships, enemies, rivalties… It's a shame I would not be able to enjoy videogames the same way. I wish I had played Breath of the Wild with that mentality.

  3. Shadow Sheep

    I didn't have many Wii games as a kid, the only ones I really played were Animal Crossing, Skyward Sword, and Brawl, but I logged hundreds of hours into each of them

    Still wish I had gotten Super Mario Galaxy though…..

  4. MidknightMasquerade

    What a wonderful idea! This certainly had me reflecting on all of my favorite gaming memories from when I first got my Wii. Such a special time. Thank you for creating this for us all! If you continue to do this in the future, I had two little suggestions: having the picture shown on-screen reflect the track currently playing would be beneficial (although tedious for you, I'm sure), and including a list of the songs and when they play in the description would be massively helpful! There were a few tracks on here I was unfamiliar with, but didn't know how to figure out what they were or where they came from, unfortunately. I wish you all the success in the world with your Gamecube mix! 🙂

  5. The Gaming Chicken

    I remember when I first got my Wii. My cousin had one for ages and I really wanted one. I still consider the Christmas I got it the best Christmas I've ever had to this day, not because of the quality of present, but because of the meaning it has to me. Still have that Wii to this very day.

  6. Help Me

    I was shook when the mii music came on I just remember making my whole family and when someone would come over I'd make them a mii and then playing wii sports on a snowy day with my sisters with some hot chocolate and dominating everyone at bowling and when my cousins would come over and we'd play the wii and play guitar hero AMJSJHFN I miss when everything was good

  7. Crystal Sorcerer

    I grew up with The Legend of Zelda and Super Smash Bros Brawl. In fact, Brawl was the first game I ever played. It's… so weird to think that was 10 years ago when I first picked up the game. When I hear the music, my brain just floods my mind with memories. If I had to some up my childhood with 1 word, it'd be Nintendo. My dad bought me a lot of games: Kid Icarus Uprising, Mario Kart Wii, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Bakugan Battle Brawlers, and that's just to name a few. I think everyone here can agree that these were what made us who we are. Whether you like Mario more than The Legend of Zelda, you have a special place in your heart for Nintendo games. I hate it when people say Nintendo games are for children, because its simply not true, but at the same time, it is. They're simple and sweet, but they have given us so many experiences, that they've evolved from just being a game; they're collection of memories that reminds us that it's OK to play them because it's special, and I wish more people would give Nintendo credit for that.

    Ordon Village is the best song here btw

  8. BerndSchleier

    I don't want to be the bad guy and i love almost all of your music videos but this one is bad. It should be all about the wii games and not about Mario, Mario, Wiisports, Mario, AC/Zelda, Mario… the wii had so many great games that should be included in this video instead of 10times the same games. For example Prime3/Trilogy, Xenoblade, LastStory, DKCR, NMH, Madworld, MH3, Kirby, RaymanOrigins, PaperMario just to name a few. Please try to improve when making a GC video and/or make a second wii video.
    Continue your great music videos!

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