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Category Archives: Wii U

Star Fox Zero Review Roundup

Star Fox Zero is coming out this Friday, April 22, but ahead of that, reviews for the Wii U game started to show up today. We’ve now collected a sampling of review scores and editor opinions for a roundup to

Watch the Star Fox Animated Short Debut Right Here [UPDATE]

[UPDATE] The livestream is now over. We’ve posted a video of the Star Fox animated short below. You can watch the Nintendo Treehouse presentation of Star Fox Zero and Star Fox Guard at the bottom of this article. The original

Bayonetta, Scalebound Dev’s President Steps Down – Report

The president of Bayonetta and Scalebound developer Platinum Games has stepped down. That’s according to Japanese gaming site Game Business, which reports, according to a translation from Kotaku, that Tatsuya Minami stepped down from his role at the end of

Wii Party U Review

At first glance, Wii Party U appears to be indicative of the brand image Nintendo wants to put forth for its console. You’re supposed to gather together your family or multiethnic group of male and female friends and have a

Just Dance 2014 Review

With the removal of a version number and the addition of a year, Just Dance has finally resigned itself to its fate: a yearly update that’s more song pack than new game. But for a series that hit upon a

Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Review

The Mario & Sonic series has always, and perhaps bizarrely, mixed accessible minigames, topical sporting events, and gaming nostalgia. It’s an odd but enduring mix, one that’s given us Charmy Bee cameos in a stylised re-creation of England’s capital city

Super Mario 3D World Review

Super Mario 3D World is a game of exceptional craft, of painstaking focus on the minute details that are integral to making it feel special. The pace at which you’re thrown from one ingenious concept to the next as perspectives,

Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW Review

Adventure. The word suggests danger, daring, and excitement, perhaps a journey into the perilous unknown. In Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW, you do indeed venture into dangerous realms, but all you find there is unadulterated drudgery.

NES Remix Review

NES Remix is the video game equivalent of a family vacation photo album. If you went on the trip, the snapshots in the album might bring memories of happy times flooding back. But if those photos don’t represent a cherished

Xenoblade Chronicles X – An Open World to Explore

Xenoblade Chronicles X spans five continents, boasting a map much larger than its predecessor, filled with enemies and treasures to discover.

3D Platforming Isn’t Dead – Banjo-Kazooie Successor Yooka-Laylee

With the recent news of Yooka-Laylee’s KickStarter success, Jeremy gets hyped about the return of the golden age of Rare.

Airship: Missing in Action – Super Nintendo Part 1

Subscribe for the latest gaming news Justin and Matt join Peter this week for part one of our look back at Japanese-exclusive Super Nintendo RPG series, including Dragon Quest, Fire Emblem, and Shin Megami Tensei. Airship is available now on

Watch Teaser for Star Fox’s New Animated Short

To mark the launch of Star Fox Zero this week, Nintendo will debut a new Star Fox animated short titled The Battle Begins. While you’ll have to wait until April 20 to see the full thing, Nintendo released a clip

See Mario Football Game Dreamed Up by Fan in Impressive Images

Mario has played a lot of sports in his life, but American football is not one of them. Now, one fan has dreamed up a football game starring the Italian plumber and has created some impressive images to go along

Star Fox Zero Launch Trailer Sets Up Big Battle With Andross

Nintendo has released the launch trailer for Star Fox Zero, which will be available on Wii U this week. The video sets up the game’s story, in which ace anthropomorphic pilot, Fox McCloud, assembles a team to take on Andross,

See Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s Gerudo Valley in Unreal Engine 4

A very talented modder has recreated Gerudo Valley from classic Nintendo 64 title The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time using Epic’s Unreal Engine 4. The results, which you can see in the video below, are absolutely stunning. According to

Star Fox Zero Review Roundup

Star Fox Zero is coming out this Friday, April 22, but ahead of that, reviews for the Wii U game started to show up today. We’ve now collected a sampling of review scores and editor opinions for a roundup to

Dr. Luigi Review

I have had an interesting relationship with Dr. Mario since its birth on the NES more than two decades ago. It was one of a very, very few games everyone in our humble Midwestern house was keen to play: my

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review

There’s something about Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze that’s just a little off. Maybe it’s the way Donkey Kong doesn’t quite land with the firm-footedness you’d expect from a Nintendo platforming mascot. Maybe it’s because, despite the introduction of the

NES Remix 2 Review

NES Remix was a good idea when it launched without fanfare in late 2013 and reintroduced you to some of the greatest gaming moments from the 8-bit era, but NES Remix 2 is even better because it boasts a superior