Out of those ten games, the three I'm looking forward to most, in order, are:
1) Disaster Day of Crisis. I love anything like this. Big scale disaster, battle for survival, etc. I have high hopes for this game, but I'm getting frustrated at the total lack of updates. Not a smidgin of information released for months.
2) Batallion Wars 2. I didn't play the original, and I didn't even know it existed until recently. I don't know much about it, and I don't know a great deal about this game either. But it looks fun, and it will have online play, one of the first Wii games to utilise the Wi-Fi capability of Nintendo's new console. Despite it being number 2 in my list of three, I'm not as certain of getting it as I am of games that I'm not overly-anticipating. Whether I get this or not really is going to depend on my impressions when I wander into town, pick up the game box and look on the back.
3) Metroid 3: Corruption. I'm not a fan of Metroid. I don't mean that I hate it, but that I've never really played it. But the potential of aiming and shooting with the Wii remote excites me a lot, and if it does have online play, I'll almost certainly purchase it.
Out of the other seven games, I'm almost certainly going to get Super Mario Galaxy and Excite Truck, and I'll at least briefly consider Mario Strikers Charged. In fact, out of all six games I've mentioned, Super Mario Galaxy is the only one I'll definitely, without a doubt, get. But I'm just not hand-clappingly excited, probably because I've just completed New Super Mario Bros on the DS and need a while to build up some new enthusiasm for Mario.
The Wii is going to have some awesome games out next year. I expect most, if not all, of these ten titles to sell well, while Animal Crossing Wii and Mario Kart Wii are half-confirmed/rumoured.