Reviews: Super Mario Maker Review

Thursday, September 17, 2015
Before we get into the review, I wanted to say something that doesn't factor into the review score, but I felt should be mentioned.  I think Super Mario Maker is the wrong game to come out nearly 3 years into the Wii U's lifespan.  This is the kind of game that should have been a launch title, demonstrating excellent Gamepad usage while...

Reviews: Runbow Video Review (Wii U)

Runbow Review Wii U
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Chances are if you have been following the Nintendo indie scene, you have most likely heard of Runbow. Personally, I tried out the demo during E3 and had a blast with it. Needless to say, I was kind of excited to get my hands on it. Not to mention, the game was boasting a variety of characters from other indie titles so of course I was looking...

Reviews: Legend of Kay Anniversary Review (Wii U)

Legend of Kay Wii U Review
Saturday, August 8, 2015
The most important thing to preface this entire review with is the fact that this is a Playstation 2 game that's been remastered. It comes from an older time. So, does Nordic Games' remaster come as a pleasant surprise or is it really still just an old, aged game with a shinier coat of paint on...

Reviews: Splatoon Post-Update Video Review – How Much Has the Game Changed?

Splatoon Re-Review
Thursday, August 6, 2015
Hey everyone, Haedox here with my Splatoon post-update video review. The first piece of business I want to address is that yes, I feel I was a bit too negative with my Splatoon launch review. I want to make it explicitly clear that I do not hate the game, I actually find it to be pretty fun. I won’t deny that it is a pretty solid game, running...

Reviews: Adventures of Pip Video Review (Wii U)

Adventures of Pip Wii U June 11
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
From my understanding, the excitement around the newly released indie title, Adventures of Pip, has been pretty outstanding. What began on Kickstarter with a goal of 40 thousand dollars quickly became a huge success, exceeding that goal by about 26 thousand dollars. Sure it’s not Yooka-Laylee levels of success, but it’s still success...

Reviews: Splatoon Review (Wii U)

Splatoon Controller Layout
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Splatoon, Nintendo’s newest IP has stirred up plenty of hype over the last few months. Although avoiding the cringeworthy commercials on TV may be a hassle, the hype surrounding the upcoming title will definitely allow players to experience the game in its full glory when it’s released on May 29th. Well, was Splatoon worth our time? Let’s...

Reviews: Splatoon Video Review (Wii U)

Haedox Splatoon Review
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
So… Splatoon. This was my number one most hyped game for this year and when I first downloaded the game, it felt… surreal. I had been anticipating this title for what seemed like years, and it was finally on my Wii U. And that’s why when I finished the single player campaign and played the multiplayer for 20 hours, I felt… really, really...

Reviews: Affordable Space Adventures – Video Review (Wii U)

Affordable Space Adventures Review
Monday, April 6, 2015
Our friend Haedox recently reviewed Affordable Space Adventures on the Wii U. Coming out on April 9th, 2015, Affordable Space Adventures allows players to explore beautiful and mysterious parts of space on a budget. Check out Haedox's review below: Enjoy all the thrills and excitement of space...

Wii U Reviews: Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Pre-Loading
Friday, March 6, 2015
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is a 2D platformer strictly speaking, but not really in a traditional sense. Instead of jumping, the player guides a rolling Kirby via rainbow-laced ropes created by a quick flick of the Wii U stylus. As such, you influence the pink puffball's path rather than having direct control, so while there's no jumping per se,...

Reviews: Costume Quest 2 Review (Wii U eShop)

Costume Quest 2 Wii U eShop
6Grimmer Than "Fandango"
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Costume Quest 2 is Double Fine's take on games like Earthbound and Paper Mario, but wrapped up in a tiny, easy to consume form. Sadly, not all good things come in small packages. While there are traces of a enjoyable RPG there, this fun-sized bar of a game leaves you wishing you had a full-featured RPG instead. While Costume Quest 2 literally...