Super Toy Cars Review (Wii U eShop): “RC Pro Am Not”

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Remember the days when we were younger, with a room full of toys (unlike today’s era that strictly relies on iPods and iPads), getting creative and using our imagination? A majority of us would love to play with Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars and pretend to race them through an obstacle-filled room. Spanish indie developer [...]

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Wii Sports Club: Tennis Review (Wii U eShop) – “Ace”

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The “#1 best-selling Wii game of all time”, Wii Sports, was a selling point for many to spring to Nintendo’s innovative console. With motion controls being at the heart of the Wii’s experience, Wii Sports enabled a fairly-accurate simulation of a selection of physical activities, including Bowling, Tennis, Baseball, Boxing, and Golf. It was a [...]

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Mighty Switch Force! 2 Review (Wii U): “A Fiery Good Time”

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WayForward has had quite the relationship with Nintendo. Whether it be the 3DS, Wii or Wii U, they have always been fond of bringing their titles to Nintendo’s market. At the Wii U’s launch, WayForward remastered the predecessor in full HD, all hand-drawn, and provided a few extras to the HD edition. Earlier this year, [...]

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Cloudberry Kingdom Review (PS3/360/Wii U): “The Most Sadistically Awesome Platformer”

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Over the course of gaming history, 2D platformers have really become a staple genre that gamers of all kinds can enjoy. Ever since the days of Super Mario Bros. gracing the NES and Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis, we’ve seen a plethora of platformers impact the industry. Within the last half-decade, we’ve seen [...]

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Mutant Mudds Deluxe Review (Wii U): “Getting Muddy Shouldn’t Be This Fun”

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Mutant Mudds was a 2D platformer that released for the 3DS back in 2012 by developer Renegade Kid. Over time, the game has seen a rendition for the iOS and Steam. Renegade Kid has now brought the game to Nintendo’s new console, which is also their first title for the Wii U. While the game [...]

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Kung Fu Rabbit Review (Wii U eShop): “A Charmingly Addictive 2D Platformer”

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The indie title trend continues on the Wii U, this time with an enhancement to a mobile device game. Kung Fu Rabbit is a 2D platformer that was originally released by developers CTools, Cazap and Bulkypix for the iOS and Android devices last year. Developer Neko Entertainment liked the game so much, that they worked [...]

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Toki Tori 2 Review (Wii U): “The Wii U’s Answer to ‘Braid’ and ‘Limbo’”

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Indie titles have become a pivotal element this gaming generation, with numerous exceptional ones that set new ground for both developers and gamers alike. With ingenious indies such as Braid, Limbo, and Journey (just to name a few), it’s hard not to pay attention to unique and fresh titles. In 2001, developer Two Tribes released [...]

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Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2 Review (PS3/Wii U/360): “Strictly For Fans Only”

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In 1983, a Japanese manga called “Fist of the North Star” (also known as “Hokuto no Ken”) was created. The series took off and became a huge hit in Japan, which then received an English localization a few years later. Since then, the series has received a TV series, film and video games to reach [...]

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Puddle Review (Wii U): “Liquids 101″

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Puddle is an indie, physics-based puzzle/platformer that was originally released for the PS3/360 back in January 2012. Since then, it has released for the PS Vita (read our review here), PC, Mac and now, Wii U. Developed by Neko Entertainment, is this a title to help quench the Wii U drought of titles? Puddle has [...]

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Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition (Wii U eShop): “2D Platforming Bliss”

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When it comes to retro-style games, WayForward Technologies has always excelled in providing gamers with unique and memorable experiences. Many remember WayForward with their cult classic franchise, Shantae, while others know them for their recently released Double Dragon Neon, Silent Hill: Book of Memories or my personal favorite title of theirs, Bloodrayne: Betrayal (which was [...]

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