Wii U Reviews

More Like Miko Mold: Miko Mole review

by 3 months ago

I went into Miko Mole with a bit of optimism. “Hey, it’s a new game. That’s never a bad thing, right?” Big mistake. Maybe the graphics should have tipped me …

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Steampunk’d: Teslapunk review

by 6 months ago

There’s nothing that brings me back to the 90s arcade era quite like the bullet hell genre. Pumping quarters to defeat blisteringly fast bosses all while memorizing patterns and avoiding …

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Hunger pangs: Pirate Pop Plus review

by 8 months ago

Looking back at the arcade games I played as a kid, I’d have to put Dance Dance Revolution and Magical Truck Adventure as my all-time favorites. (Look that second one …

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Classic gameplay, new twists: Axiom Verge review

by 10 months ago

Axiom Verge, like a lot of retro-style indie games, wears its inspirations on its sleeve. Both the visuals and the core run-and-gun combat are incredibly reminiscent of the Metroid franchise, …

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Dare to dream in anime — Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE review

by 1 year ago

It’s hard to imagine a game like Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE existing even just a few years ago. Born of two franchises, stewing in the rampant fandom surrounding the Persona …

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Complications on Corneria: Star Fox Guard review

by 1 year ago

Star Fox Guard presents a concept that sounds great on paper, but seemingly loses something along the way. Capitalizing on the touch input and two-screen experience of Wii U sounds …

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A recycled reunion: Star Fox Zero review

by 1 year ago

Star Fox Zero is the purest entry in the series in nearly two decades. Ditching on-foot sequences and overly complicated plotlines in favor of the excellent ship combat, Star Fox …

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It’s super effective! — Pokkén Tournament review

by 1 year ago

The fighting genre often feels like one of the most intimidating game types of all. Despite a relatively simple concept, deep mechanics, steep learning curves and intense competition can make …

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A lasting legend — The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD review

by 1 year ago

The original Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is very much a product of its time. Created with an art style designed to look gritty and mature after early fan backlash …

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It’s fun to get lost – Xenoblade Chronicles X review

by 2 years ago

At long last there’s a game that fully legitimizes my ownership of a Wii U. And I’m not talking about some Mario Bros. spin off, I’m talking about Xenoblade Chronicles …

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The devil’s in the fine print — Typoman review

by 2 years ago

Typoman is a game about the power of the pen, the strength that words have, and what can happen to a society when that right is controlled or tampered with. …

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Room and bored — Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival review

by 2 years ago

Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival shares many similarities with traditional Animal Crossing games. It’s serene, slow-paced, and lighter, much like its life-sim roots. More importantly, the game puts little focus on …

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