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Archive for Category: Wii U Game Reviews

Roving Rogue Review: A Rogue Rogue’s Roving Rules

/ Jul 8th, 2015 Do you ever wish you knew the end of a story while you were halfway through? Do you peak 0 comments continue reading >>

Adventures of Pip Review: Life of Pi-xel

/ Jul 1st, 2015 Sorry, the princess is just not that into you. What would you do if everyone you were trying to 0 comments continue reading >>

Affordable Space Adventures Review: Astrotourist

/ Apr 16th, 2015 The Wii U has struggled since its launch to justify the usefulness of its GamePad. Unlike Nintendo’s prior motion 0 comments continue reading >>

Mario Party 10 Review: X Gon Give It to Ya

/ Mar 25th, 2015 Mario Party has gained popularity for providing the competitive fun of a board game with the added bonus of 0 comments continue reading >>

Teslagrad (Wii U) Review

/ Sep 22nd, 2014 The puzzle-game Teslagrad, developed and published by Rain Games, is now available for Wii U and serves as an 0 comments continue reading >>

Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) Review

/ Jun 4th, 2014 Mario Kart 8 has finally pulled up to the starting line. Exclusively on the Wii U, Mario Kart 8 1 comments continue reading >>

Blok Drop U (Wii U) Review

/ May 6th, 2014 Blok Drop U–published and developed by RCMADIAX for the Wii U–is exactly what it sounds like: a puzzle game 0 comments continue reading >>

Game & Wario (Wii U) Review

/ Feb 20th, 2014 The mini-game bonanza Game & Wario, developed by Nintendo SPD/Intelligent System and published by Nintendo, serves up a fair 0 comments continue reading >>

Nintendo Land (Wii U) Review

/ Jan 7th, 2014 Nintendo Land is a multiplayer party game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii U. The objective of 0 comments continue reading >>

Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know! (Wii U) Review

/ Dec 6th, 2013 Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know! was developed by WayForward Technologies (with help from Adventure Time 0 comments continue reading >>