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The smash hit for mobile platforms makes its way to the Wii U.
This indie platformer brings the cheekiness, but also brings some unwanted frustrations.
While Tilelicious challenged our minds, we also experienced quite a bit of frustration due to its confusing presentation.
Check out our full review of the Nintendo 3DS version of Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars…
One game, two sticks, three ships, thousands of points.
Kirby’s latest adventure is not your typical platformer. Can the Wii U do our pink friend any justice? Read on for my thoughts on the newest title in the Kirby franchise!
Are you a squid or a kid? Honestly, it doesn’t matter. What does is whether Splatoon shines or just goes splat. Find out in our full review!
Affordable Space Adventures provides a fantastic multiplayer experience that goes head-to-head with anything Nintendo itself has put out on the system thus far.
All the mining and crafting in Cube Creator 3D will seem familiar, but it works much better as a brick-building sandbox than as a survival-adventure game.
Code Name S.T.E.A.M. is a flashy new game from the creators of Fire Emblem, but a number of issues prevent it from being a must-buy 3DS title.
The fourth entry in the Pokemon Rumble series benefits from a free-to-play model, but that doesn’t save its mediocre gameplaly.
Barry, Mike, and Steve got a chance to play Trine: Enchanted Edition on Wii U. Check out their discussion-based video review.