Category Archive: Wii U

Wii U Reviews

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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A World of Keflings review for Wii U

No plot? No probl — no, wait, that is a problem.

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Watch_Dogs review for Wii U

Watch Dogs on the Wii U may not have been worth the long wait, but now that it's here, it may be better than you'd expect it to be.

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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker review for Wii U

Look at me! Look at me! It's time for adventure with Captain Toad and Toadette on the Wii U!

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Super Smash Bros. review for Wii U

Your favorite Nintendo mascots battle it out, this time in glorious HD, in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

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Super Smash Bros. Wii U now pre-loading

Pre-order the digital version of Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and start downloading it right now.

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Paper Monsters Recut review for Wii U

When Tearaway and Mario Bros. are your two obvious touchstones, you must be doing something right.

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Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones review for Wii U

You can take the Bastard out of the game, but you can't take the amazingness.

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Skylanders Trap Team review

A fun, fairly unique new addition to the Skylanders series for those who already own an army of figures as well as gamers new to the franchise.

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Hyrule Warriors review for Wii U

Developer Omega Force delivers a love letter to Zelda and Musou fans with Hyrule Warriors.

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