Category Archives: WiiU

‘Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, iOS Publisher Disney Interactive Studios Developer Avalanche Software Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 The fusion of video game products and collectable toys has been a financial revolution for the gaming industry over the last few years. Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel [...]
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‘Mario Kart 8′ Review

Platform Wii U Developer Nintendo Publisher Nintendo Genre Racing It’s not often you’ll find someone who dislikes Mario Kart, the incredibly successful Mario-racer series that debuted on the Super Nintendo in August 1992. Seriously, think of all the people you’ve ever played Mario Kart with, and you have more than likely played at least once in [...]
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‘Watch Dogs’ Review

Platforms PS3/PS4/360/Xbox One/PC/Wii U (at a later date) Developer Ubisoft Montreal Publisher Ubisoft Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PS4 In this digital age our most valuable information can be found on a variety of social media networks. Major online infrastructures are being hacked, and our most delicate information, such as bank details, passwords and more are ripe [...]
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‘Child of Light’ Review

Platforms PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii UDeveloper Ubisoft Montreal   Publisher UbisoftGenre RPG   Platform Played On PS4 There is an argument to made be made every year that video games can and should be considered art. While it is never certain what game will be able to make that statement year to year, when it does become certain, [...]
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‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ Review

Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, PC Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Developer: Traveller’s Tales Genre: Action Adventure  Platform Played: PlayStation 4 Over the years, Marvel has brought their array of popular comic book characters to the big screen with huge success, turning their properties into well-known box office winners. [...]
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‘Super Mario 3D World’ Review

Platform: Wii U Genre: Platformer Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo I read an interesting article somewhere in the plains of the internet a while ago – one I unfortunately cannot find for the life of me. In it, one of the higher ups of Nintendo, either Shigeru Miyamoto or Satoru Iwata, shared that many fans of the original 2D Mario [...]
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‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’ Review

Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 Xbox One, PC, Wii U Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Genre: Action-Adventure Platform Played: PlayStation 4 Pirates are few-and-far-between in the realm of video games. Even though some have tested the waters on these historic individuals, none have been able to truly capitalise on piracy in a memorable [...]
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Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

Genre First-Person Shooter / Platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC Developer Infinity Ward / Publisher Activision Platform Played On PS4 “Another year, another Call of Duty.” That’s what I usually think to myself every year when the latest title in the mega-popular first person shooter franchise releases. However, I tend [...]
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How to Survive Review

Genre Isometric Survival Action/Adventure / Platforms PC (digital), 360 (XBLA), PS3 (PSN; TBA), Wii U (eShop; TBA) Developer Eko Software / Publisher 505 Games Platform Played On PC (Steam) Killing zombies isn’t something particularly new. Pretty much every genre has – at one point – included these walking corpses, in one form or another. Some [...]
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‘The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD’ Review

Platform: Wii U Genre: Third-Person Action Developer: Nintendo  Publisher: Nintendo When I first booted up The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD on my Wii U, I held two feelings. The first, and expected one, was excitement while the other was jealousy. “Jealousy? Why in the world are you feeling that,” asks a random reader. Well, it’s sort [...]
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‘Turbo: Super Stunt Squad’ Review

Platforms: Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/Wii U Developer: Monkey Bar Games Publisher: D3 Publisher Genre: Skating Platform Played: PlayStation 3 Turbo: Super Stunt Squad is based off of the recently released family movie Turbo, which revolves around a society of snails that have an obsession with racing. Turbo is the film’s main character who has a dream [...]
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‘Rayman Legends’ Review

Platform: Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, PlayStation Vita Genre: Platformer Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier  Publisher: Ubisoft Platform Reviewed On: Wii U Have you ever personally undergone a love-at-first-site moment with a game? If you haven’t, the best way to describe it is there really isn’t a definitive description. Like a loud sneeze in the quietest of rooms, it sneaks [...]
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Splinter Cell: Blacklist Single-Player Review

Genre Stealth, Action-Adventure Platforms PS3 / Xbox 360 / Wii U / PC Developer Ubisoft Toronto / Ubisoft Shanghai (Wii U) Publisher Ubisoft  Platform Played On PS3 Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a welcome return for the franchise to its roots and reminds us that being Sam Fisher is hugely enjoyable. This is very much a [...]
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‘DuckTales Remastered’ Review

Platforms: PlayStation 3/Xbox 360/Wii U/PC Developer: WayForward Publisher: Capcom Genre: Action-Platformer Platform Played: PlayStation 3 Being born in 1991, I slightly missed the DuckTales cartoon craze, and quite sadly, the original 8-bit release of DuckTales on the Super Nintendo in 1989. WayForward and Capcom, however, have now made it possible for a new generation of gamers [...]
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‘Pikmin 3′ Review – The Best Wii U Game Available

Platform: Wii U Genre: RTS (?) Developer: Nintendo  Publisher: Nintendo I always love original and refreshing gameplay where you can’t simply put it into a category because of its unique elements. As the years have passed, finding a game where you question which genre to associate it with is becoming more and more barren in the vast [...]
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