Mario and Sonic at the Olympic games is one of the worst, in fact, the worst title I won for the Wii because of the amount you use the controls.
If you don't keep yourself exercised, you'll die from heart attack in your 40s.
To me, they don't use them enough. Well, I somehow feel occupied with the controls, but I don't feel like I'm doing something that requires skill.
I disgaree with you with Rayman, I absolutely love both of those games, I think it's the only game that offers variety and depth with the controls.
Actually, the game is pretty ok, but about 80%.. no, 90% of the minigames are something either not good enough (like the one where you close closet doors or fly to catch a pighead), or they are direct clones of other games I've already played on my PC someday.
I really liked the one where you hammer the rabbit. I wish it had more options, varieties, missions. I liked the musical stuff too, but there aren't enough songs - they are repeated all the time.
No, what I need is something that is controlled with lots of different and difficult movements, the game which need a lot of practice to make precise wiimote movements, with combos and stuff.. I didn't buy wii to play games I can play on my PC.
As for Godfather - I've tried it. Pretty fun at first, but the game itself is boring. And something I couldn't deal with - it doesn't allow the left-handed controls. So when I actually strike left hand, my character uses the right and vice versa. Not fun.
So I'll check the MoH. As for trauma center, I'm not very fond of slicing people. Might be a good game, but not for me.