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Review: Pikmin 3 (Wii U)

Nintendo kept us waiting for the third instalment of their odd, genre bending adventure-strategy game. Pikmin 3 recently landed on the Wii U around the world, however has the wait been worth it? The main adventure mode is single player

Review: Urban Trial Freestyle

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to demo Urban Trial Freestyle, from Tate Multimedia.  Urban Trial Freestyle is available now via the 3DS eShop for $5.99.  For me, there was an immediate flashback to Excite Bike, and that alone made

Review: Zen Pinball 2

Zen Studios has already delivered pinball joy to the Nintendo 3DS with Zen Pinball 3D and now they grace the Nintendo Wii U with fine-tuned pinball goodness. The first thing to mention about Zen Pinball 2 is it breaks the

Review: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy strikes a sweet chord

Part parody and part shrine, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is a must-buy for FF fans and a solid rhythm game for everyone else. Its gameplay is simple but challenging, unlockable content pours down in buckets, and — most importantly — it

Review: Mario Tennis Open serves up fast, addictive court action

Mario Tennis Open is a truly fun, hard-to-put-down game full of the charm and excellence you’d expect from Nintendo and Camelot. Its pick-up-and-play nature and smooth, fast online modes make it a perfect anywhere-anytime title. There’s a rhythm to single

Review: Ketzal’s Corridors might be the most thrilling puzzler you’ve ever played

The 3DS eShop keeps serving up amazing Nintendo originals, and Ketzal’s Corridors is a gem. Pushmo now has serious competition for best original puzzle game on 3DS, though the only things the two have in common are quality and charm.