Category Archive: Wii U

Wii U Reviews

The Bridge review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Wii U

Ever wonder what it would be like of M.C. Escher had designed video games? Wonder no more.

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The Swindle review for PS Vita, PS4

Crime just doesn't pay.

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Legend of Kay Anniversary review for PS4, Xbox One, Wii U

The underrated 3D platformer celebrates its 10th anniversary with an HD release. It's a shame that the same drawbacks that plagued the original release still exist.

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LEGO Jurassic World review for Xbox One, PS4, Wii U, PC

LEGO Jurassic World is a lot of fun, provided you're not feeling a bit burned out by the Traveller's Tales LEGO formula.

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Badland: Game of the Year Edition review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One

When "Game of the Year" isn't just a description, but a statement of intent.

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Adventures of Pip review for Wii U

Can a lone pixel save the kingdom?

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Splatoon review for Wii U

This colorful family friendly team based shooter is enjoyable, but lacks a couple standard features in the multiplayer aspect that would've helped knock the title out of the park.

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Ultratron review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Wii U

Nostalgia is a powerful thing…or, at least, that's what Ultratron's makers are banking on.

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Cosmophony review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

A maddening, frustrating, trippy feast for the senses.

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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse review for Wii U

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse marks the first Kirby title to be released on the Wii U, and it's also a remarkably great follow-up to the fantastic Canvas Curse.

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Nihilumbra review for PS Vita

A little Limbo, a little Stealth Inc. and a heavy dose of Dokuro add up to make an inspired platformer.

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uWordsmith review for Wii U

You can't spell "bad" without uWordsmith.

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Citizens of Earth review for PS4, PS Vita, PC, Wii U, 3DS

Citizens of Earth is a proper throwback to the stranger RPG's of yesteryear.

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Chariot review for Wii U

A dead king still needs his treasure.

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