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Tiny steps forward — Pikmin 3 review

by 9 months ago

It’s been a long time since we’ve gotten a proper sequel to Pikmin -- about ten years, in fact. Pikmin’s unique take on real-time strategy games -- featuring diminutive plant …

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Ready your flippers — Star Wars Pinball review

by 9 months ago

Zen Studios is clearly a developer who loves their pinball. A few years back, they released Pinball FX on both XBLA and PSN and while it didn’t light the world …

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Challenge accepted — New Super Luigi U review

by 10 months ago

The inaccurately named “New” series of Super Mario Bros. games aren’t exactly known for their innovation or challenge. They’re solidly built games in their own right, but they haven’t really …

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Minigames? On a Nintendo console? Surprise! — Game & Wario review

by 10 months ago

Another year, another minigame collection. Nintendo seems to think that the best way to show off new control methods to an uninformed public is to combine a dozen or so …

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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate review — Wii U

by 1 year ago

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is a glorious game, and quite frankly it's the main reason I have a Wii U sitting on my desk right now. As the latest in …

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A second place finish — Need for Speed Most Wanted U review

by 1 year ago

It's a shame more publishers don't see the Wii U as a viable platform. You don't always have to cram in half-baked modes and functionality into the Gamepad – the …

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Grand Theft LEGO — LEGO City Undercover review

by 1 year ago

LEGO City Undercover carries the weight of the Wii U on its shoulders. It's an unfair position to be in. Other than the odd eShop game or random port here …

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Go with the flow — Puddle review

by 1 year ago

You're just a puddle of viscous goo, minding your own business, when suddenly some dude grabs a cup of you and takes a drink. What do you do? Give up? …

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ZombiU Review

by 1 year ago

At the outset of any console launch, players are likely to be surrounded by a glut of shovelware – ports or half-baked ideas created during the year or so before …

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Call of Duty: Black Ops II — Wii U

by 1 year ago

The Call of Duty brand is synonymous with hard-core gaming. The very name conjures up images of extremely dedicated players who participate online in match after match, honing their skills …

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Transformers: Prime

by 1 year ago

Licensed games get a bad rap. You take a popular intellectual property like a hot summer blockbuster or popular kid's show, throw in some half-baked gameplay concepts, sprinkle in some …

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