List of Wii games with traditional control schemes

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The Wii Classic Controller (left) is designed to be connected to the Wii Remote (right) expansion port.
GameCube ports on the top of the Wii unit

This is a list of released video games for the Wii which allow use of the Wii Remote expansion Classic Controller/Classic Controller Pro and/or GameCube controller. This list does not include games released on Nintendo's Virtual Console as the Classic Controller and GameCube controller can also be used for all Virtual Console games, with the exception of some TurboGrafx-16 games.[citation needed] Many of the games on this list are ports, remakes or sequels of prior generation games, especially ones released for the GameCube itself, or games that were concurrently released on or ported to Sony (PlayStation) and Microsoft (Xbox) consoles, whose primary controllers are typical modern twin-stick gamepads. Some Wii games on this list support traditional controls because they do not utilize the system's signature motion controls at all.

While all Wii models and the Wii U support the Classic Controller, only the original model released in 2006 (RVL-001) supports the GameCube controller because it contains four built-in GameCube controller ports as part of its backwards compatibility with GameCube games and accessories, a feature that was dropped from future models such the Wii Family Edition and the Wii Mini. The Wii U generally does not support the GameCube controller, with only one game, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, allowing it to be used as a valid control setup via a special external USB peripheral that provides four ports for the said controller.[1][2] No other Wii U software, including previously released Wii and Virtual Console titles playable on that system that support such controller, are allowed to utilize that peripheral.[3]

The emulator Dolphin does not require Wii input devices including the Classic Controller. For example, New Super Mario Bros. Wii does not support the Classic Controller for the Wii hardware console, but the game can be played with any gamepad from Dolphin.

List[edit]

Wii games
Title Classic Controller GameCube controller Notes ref.
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Yes No [4]
Indonesia Scramble Yes No
A Boy and His Blob Yes No Re-imagining of the plaform game A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia, released on the Nintendo Entertainment System. [5]
Active Life: Explorer No Yes Requires a Mat Controller that connects to GameCube controller ports; unplayable on later Wii models. [6]
Active Life: Extreme Challenge No Yes Requires a Mat Controller that connects to GameCube controller ports; unplayable on later Wii models. [6]
Active Life: Magical Carnival No Yes Requires a Mat Controller that connects to GameCube controller ports; unplayable on later Wii models. [6]
Active Life: Outdoor Challenge No Yes Requires a Mat Controller that connects to GameCube controller ports; unplayable on later Wii models. [6]
AFL No Yes The Game of the Year Edition released in 2012 is the last Wii game released in Australasia to support the GameCube controller. [7]
Amazing Spider-Man Yes No [8]
Arc Rise Fantasia Yes Yes [9]
Arcade Shooter Ilvelo Yes Yes [10]
Baroque Yes No Also for PlayStation 2; international remake of a JRPG of the same title released for Sega Saturn and PlayStation. [11]
Ben 10: Galactic Racing Yes No [12]
Ben 10: Omniverse Yes No
Ben 10: Omniverse 2 Yes No
Bit.Trip Complete Yes No Compilation of the first six games in the Bit.Trip series, with the Classic Controller only being compatible with Bit.Trip Void and Bit.Trip Fate. [13]
Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy Yes No [14]
Bleach: Versus Crusade Yes Yes
Bomberman BlastJP No Yes Also on WiiWare. [15][16]
Bomberman Land No Yes [17][18]
Bust-A-Move Bash! Yes No Classic Controllers can only be used in multiplayer games involving 5 - 8 players, with four players using Wii Remotes and other players using external controllers connected to them. [19]
Call of Duty: Black Ops Yes No [20]
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Yes No [21]
Cars 2 Yes Yes Sequel to Cars, released for all sixth-generation consoles among other platforms. [22]
Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL Yes Yes Features characters from three television series that each had a tie-in game released for GameCube and PlayStation 2 (Codename: Kids Next Door, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Samurai Jack). [23]
Castle of Shikigami III Yes Yes Sequel to Castle Shikigami 2, released for Dreamcast, GameCube and Xbox in Japan and also for PlayStation 2 worldwide. [24]
Castlevania Judgment Yes Yes [25]
Centipede: Infestation Yes No Re-imaging of the original Centipede game. [26]
Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer Yes No All versions of the game allow the player to choose between using motion control or traditional control.
Conduit 2 Yes No [27]
Dance Dance Revolution Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3 Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Dance Dance Revolution II Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Dance Dance Revolution Winx Club Yes Yes Dance Pad Peripheral for GameCube port.
Data East Arcade Classics Yes Yes Compilation of fifteen previously released Data East arcade games.
Densha de Go! Shinkansen EX: Sanyou Shinkansen-hen Yes No [28]
Dirt 2 Yes No [29]
Doctor Fizzwizzle's Animal Rescue Yes No [30]
Dokapon Kingdom Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [31]
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Yes Yes Ported from the PlayStation 2 version of the game. [32]
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [33]
Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo Yes Yes [34]
Dragon Quest: Monsters Battle Road Victory Yes No [35]
Dragon Quest X Yes No
Dragon's Lair Trilogy Yes No
DreamWorks Super Star Kartz Yes No
Earth Seeker Yes No [36]
Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep Yes No [37]
F1 2009 Yes No [38]
FIFA 10 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [39]
FIFA 11 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [40]
FIFA 12 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2.
FIFA 13 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
FIFA 14 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
FIFA 15 Yes No
FIFA Soccer 09 All-Play Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [41]
Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon Yes No Loose sequel to Chocobo's Dungeon 2, released on PlayStation. [42]
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn Yes Yes Sequel to Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, released for GameCube. Radiant Dawn can also utilize existing save data from Path of Radiance. [43]
Free Running Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
Furu Furu Park Yes No [44]
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [45]
GTI Club Supermini Festa! Yes No [46]
Geometry Wars: Galaxies Yes No Based on a minigame that first appeared in Project Gotham Racing 2, released on the Xbox. [47]
GoldenEye 007 Yes Yes Remake of GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64. Several prior James Bond games, published by Electronic Arts, were released on GameCube. [48]
Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters Yes No
Greg Hastings Paintball 2 Yes Yes Sequel to Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball, released for Xbox. A GameCube version of the spin-off Greg Hastings Tournament Paintball MAX'D, released for other sixth-generation platforms in 2005, was planned, but cancelled.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy No Yes Ported from GameCube and PlayStation 2; GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back cover packaging. [49][50]
Groovin' Blocks Yes No [51]
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. Classic Controller icon is not shown on back of North American packaging, GameCube controller icon is not shown on back of North American and European packaging. [52]
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. Classic Controller and GameCube controller icons are not shown on back of North American packaging. [53]
Harvest Moon: Animal Parade Yes No [54]
Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility Yes No [55]
Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
The History Channel: Battle for the Pacific Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [56]
Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013 Yes No The last Wii game released in Japan to support the Classic Controller. [57]
Inazuma Eleven Strikers Yes No
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyu 15 Yes Yes [58]
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyu 2009 Yes Yes [59]
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyu NEXT Yes Yes [60]
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyu Wii Yes Yes [61]
Jimmie Johnson's Anything with an Engine Yes No
Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes W Yes No Updated version of Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes, released for PlayStation 2. [62]
Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight Yes No Classic Controller icon is not shown on the back of packaging. [63]
Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Dream Hyper Battle! Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [64]
Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Kindan no Yami no Delta Yes Yes [65]
King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [66]
Kirby's Dream Collection Yes Yes Compilation of six major installments of the Kirby series released on past Nintendo consoles; the last Wii game released in Japan to support the GameCube controller. [67]
Klonoa Yes Yes Remake of Klonoa: Door to Phantomile for PlayStation. [68]
The Last Story Yes No [69]
The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night Yes No Classic Controller icon is not shown on the back of North American packaging.
MLB Power Pros Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2; American localization of the Power Pros series; GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back cover of North American packaging. [70]
MLB Power Pros 2008 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2.
Madden NFL 12 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [71]
Madden NFL 13 Yes No
Mahō Sensei Negima!? Neo-Pactio Fight!! Yes No [72]
Mario Kart Wii Yes Yes Console sequel to Mario Kart: Double Dash, released for GameCube. [73]
Mercury Meltdown Revolution Yes No Also for PlayStation 2 as Mercury Meltdown Remix; originally planned to provide GameCube controller support, but was dropped during development. [74]
Metal Slug Anthology Yes Yes Ported from Neo Geo and arcade games. Classic Controller only supported in the Japanese version. GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back of Western packaging. [75]
Milestone Shooting Collection 2 Yes Yes Includes ports of the games Chaos Field and Radirgy, released for Dreamcast, GameCube and PlayStation 2. Also includes the Wii ports of Arcade Shooter Ilvelo and Radirgy: Noir, which support both traditional control schemes. [76]
MiniCopter: Adventure Flight Yes No [77]
Monster Hunter G Yes No [78]
Monster Hunter Tri Yes No [79]
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2 and Xbox; sequel to Mortal Kombat: Deception, released for all sixth-generation consoles; GameCube controller icon is not shown on back cover of packaging; support for this controller is explicitly stated on the back cover, as well as a startup screen. [80]
The Munchables Yes Yes [81]
Muramasa: The Demon Blade Yes Yes [82]
MX vs. ATV Untamed Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [83]
MySims Racing Yes Yes [84][85]
NASCAR Kart Racing Yes Yes The first NASCAR video game released on Wii, and first on a Nintendo console since NASCAR 2005: Chase for the Cup on GameCube. [86]
NASCAR The Game: 2011 Yes Yes [87][88]
NASCAR The Game: Inside Line Yes Yes The last Wii game released in North America to support the GameCube controller.
NASCAR Unleashed Yes No
NBA 2K10 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
NBA 2K11 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
NBA 2K12 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
NBA 2K13 Yes No
NBA Jam Yes No Second reboot of the NBA Jam series and pseudo-remake of the first game of the original series, released in 1993 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, among other platforms. [89]
NHL 2K10 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [90]
NHL 2K11 Yes No [91]
Namco Museum Megamix Yes No Includes 18 previously released Namco arcade games, including the original Pac-Man, Galaga and Rally-X
Namco Museum Remix Yes No Includes nine previously released Namco arcade games, including Dig-Dug, Mappy and Xevious [92]
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution Yes Yes The first installment of an international follow-up series to the original, GameCube-exclusive Naruto: Clash of Ninja series. GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back of packaging, although support for this controller is explicitly stated there. [93]
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 Yes Yes [94]
Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 Yes Yes [95]
Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles Yes Yes [96]
Naruto Shippūden: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! EX Yes Yes The first installment of a Japan-exclusive follow-up series to the original, GameCube-exclusive Naruto: Clash of Ninja series. [97]
Naruto Shippūden: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! EX 2 Yes Yes
Naruto Shippūden: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! EX 3 Yes Yes
Naruto Shippūden: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! Special Yes Yes
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Yes Yes Reboot of Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit, whose 2002 sequel, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2, was the first game in the Need for Speed series released on GameCube. Developed by Exient Entertainment as a spiritual sequel to Need for Speed: Nitro, with different gameplay mechanics and setting than that of the Criterion Games version released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. [98]
Need for Speed: Nitro Yes Yes [99]
Need for Speed: The Run Yes No [100]
Need for Speed: Undercover Yes Yes Enhanced port of PlayStation 2 version of the game. [100]
Nicktoons MLB Yes No The Wii and Xbox 360 versions of this game both allow the player to choose between traditional control or motion control.
Nights: Journey of Dreams Yes Yes [101]
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Yes No [102]
Opoona Yes No [103]
Pac-Man Party Yes No Classic Controller is only used to play full emulations of Pac-Man, Dig-Dug and Galaga that are included as bonus content.
Pandora's Tower Yes No [104]
Phantom Brave: We Meet Again Yes Yes Enhanced port of PlayStation 2 version of the game; Classic Controller and GameCube controller icons are not shown on the back cover of North American packaging. [105]
Pitfall: The Big Adventure No Yes Port of Pitfall: The Lost Expedition, released for all sixth-generation consoles.
Power Punch Yes No [106]
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [107]
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [108]
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [109]
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Yes No Also for PlayStation 2.
Puyo Puyo 7 Yes Yes [110]
Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary Yes Yes [111]
Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary Yes Yes
Radirgy: Noa Yes Yes Sequel to Radirgy, released on Dreamcast, GameCube and PlayStation 2. [112]
Rayman Origins Yes No [113]
Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition Yes Yes Ported from GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Windows PC versions of the game. The GameCube controller can be used if no external attachments are connected to the Wii Remote. [114]
Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil Yes Yes Ported from GameCube version of the game [115]
Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil Zero Yes Yes Ported from GameCube version of the game [114]
Retro City Rampage DX+EU Yes Yes Also on WiiWare. The last Wii game to support either traditional control scheme, simultaneously with Shakedown: Hawaii.
Rugby League 3 No Yes Sequel to Rugby League 2, released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The previous two installments, released during the sixth generation era, were not available on GameCube. [116]
Rune Factory Frontier Yes No [117]
SD Gundam Gashapon Wars Yes Yes
SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2; compilation of 16 games ported from Neo Geo; GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back cover of North American packaging. [118]
Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love Yes No Ported from PlayStation 2 version of the game [119]
Samurai Shodown Anthology Yes No Also for PlayStation 2; compilation of the first six Samurai Shodown games, released on legacy systems including the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, PlayStation and Xbox. [120]
Samurai Warriors 3: Xtreme Legends Yes No [121]
Samurai Warriors 3
Sengoku Musou 3 MoushoudenJP
Yes Yes [122]
Scooby-Doo! First Frights Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [123]
Sega Superstars Tennis Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [124]
Sengoku Basara 2 Heroes Yes Yes Ported from PlayStation 2 version of game. [125]
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes Yes No
Shakedown HawaiiEU Yes Yes The last Wii game to support either traditional control scheme, simultaneously with Retro City Rampage DX+. [126]
Shiren the Wanderer Yes No Console sequel to Shiren the Wanderer 2, released on the Nintendo 64. [127]
Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Yes Yes Sequel to Sin & Punishment, released on Nintendo 64 and later ported internationally to the Wii Virtual Console, which is played with traditional controls. [128]
The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces Yes Yes Gameplay is based on the Ace Combat series, released primarily on non-Nintendo platforms and operated with typical pad controls. [129]
Skylanders SuperChargers Racing Yes No Classic Controller icon is not shown on the back of packaging; the last Wii game released in North America and Australasia to support this controller.
Sled Shred featuring the Jamaican Bobsled Team Yes No [130]
Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Yes No [131]
Sonic Colors Yes Yes [132]
Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity No Yes Also for PlayStation 2; sequel to Sonic Riders, released for all sixth-generation consoles; GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back cover of Western world packaging. [133][134]
Sonic Unleashed Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [135][136]
Sonic and the Secret Rings No Yes Party mode only; GameCube controller icon is not shown on the back cover of packaging. [137]
SpeedZone
WheelspinEU
Yes Yes Traditional gamepads are semi-mandatory for games involving 5 - 8 players, with four players using Wii Remotes/Wii Wheels and other players using Nunchuks or other controllers. [138]
The Spiderwick Chronicles Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [139]
SpongeBob's Truth or Square Yes Yes [140]
Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary Edition Yes Yes Port of a compilation originally released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. [141]
Super Robot Taisen NEO Yes No [142]
Super Smash Bros. Brawl Yes Yes Sequel to Super Smash Bros. Melee, released for GameCube. [143]
TNA Impact! Yes No Also for PlayStation 2. [144]
Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime Yes No
Taiko no Tatsujin Wii Yes No
Tales of Graces Yes No [145]
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of HeroesJP
Yes Yes [146]
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Yes No
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2; developed by Game Arts, primarily responsible for early development of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. [147]
The Amazing Spider-Man Yes No
Tetris Party Deluxe Yes No [148]
Toshinden Yes No [149]
Tournament of Legends Yes No [150]
TrackMania: Build to Race Yes No [151]
Twinkle Queen Yes Yes [152]
Ultimate Party Challenge No Yes Requires a Dance Pad Peripheral that connects to GameCube controller ports; unplayable on later Wii models. [6]
Ultimate Shooting Collection Yes Yes Includes ports of the games Chaos Field and Radirgy, released for Dreamcast, GameCube and PlayStation 2. [153]
Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga Yes No [154]
Victorious Boxers: Revolution Yes Yes Sequel to Victorious Boxers 2: Fighting Spirit, released exclusively for PlayStation 2. [155]
Walk it Out Yes Yes Dance Pad peripheral for GameCube port.
We Dance No Yes Requires a special dance pad that connects to GameCube controller ports; unplayable on later Wii models. [156]
WWE '12 Yes Yes [157]
WWE '13 Yes Yes [158]
WWE All Stars Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2.
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [159]
WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011 Yes Yes Also for PlayStation 2. [160]
Xenoblade Chronicles Yes No [161]
Yatterman Wii: Bikkuridokkiri Machine de Mou Race da Koron Yes Yes [162]
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Wheelie Breakers Yes No [163]
Zangeki no ReginleivJP Yes Yes

WiiWare[edit]

WiiWare (discontinued) games

WiiWare
Title Classic Controller GameCube controller Notes ref.
And Yet It Moves Yes No [164]
Arkanoid Plus! Yes No [165]
Art Style: ROTOZOA Yes No [165]
Bejeweled 2 Yes No [165]
bittos+ Yes No [165][166]
BIT.TRIP VOID Yes No [165]
BIT.TRIP FATE Yes No [165]
Blood Beach Yes Yes [165][167]
Bomberman Blast No Yes Also sold retailJP [15][16]
Bubble Bobble Plus! Yes No [168][169]
Bust-a-Move Plus!
Puzzle Bobble Plus!PAL
Puzzle Bobble WiiJP
Yes No [165]
Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth Yes Yes [165]
Cave Story Yes Yes [170][171]
Chronos Twins DX Yes Yes The GameCube controller can be used by pressing its A Button at the title screen while a Wii Remote with a supported external attachment is assigned to the player. [165]
Contra ReBirth Yes Yes [165]
Dr. Mario Online Rx Yes Yes [165][172]
Dracula: Undead Awakening Yes Yes [165][173]
Dragon Master Spell Caster Yes No [165][174]
Driift Mania Yes No Classic Controllers can only be used in multiplayer games involving 5 - 8 players, with four players using Wii Remotes and other players using external controllers connected to them. [165][175]
FAST - Racing League Yes No [165][176]
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Yes No [165][177]
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King Yes Yes [165][178]
Gradius ReBirth Yes Yes [165][179]
High Voltage Hot Rod Show Yes Yes [180]
La-Mulana Yes Yes [181]
Mega Man 9 Yes No [165]
Mega Man 10 Yes No [165]
Military Madness: Nectaris Yes No [165]
Mr. Driller W Yes No [165]
Pirates: The Key of Dreams Yes No [182]
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad Yes Yes [183]
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad Yes Yes [183]
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad Yes Yes [183]
Pokémon Rumble Yes Yes [184]
Pole's Big Adventure Yes Yes [185]
Retro City Rampage Yes Yes Also sold retailEU [186]
Rush Rush Rally Racing Yes Yes [187]
Shootanto: Evolutionary Mayhem Yes No [165][188]
Toki Tori Yes Yes [189][190]
Viral Survival Yes Yes [165][191]
Water Warfare Yes No [192]

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