3 years ago, Capcom reinvigorated its immensely popular Monster Hunter series with the arrival of Monster Hunter Tri on the Nintendo Wii. The game was met with lots of enthusiasm by fans and critics alike, but it wasn’t perfect. Crippled by a couple of annoying flaws, the game frustrated many players by coming so close to perfection. Here we are, 3 years later, and Capcom is finally ready to bring this perfected remastered version of its game in the form of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate to ...
Rollercoaster Tycoon. That used to be one of my favorite games. I spent hours upon hours building a theme park, managing resources, building up a loyal base of customers, and creating cool rides for them to try out. The simple yet addictive mechanics of a resource management game are just flat out appealing to me, and while I’m aware that Funky Barn on the Wii U is aimed at a younger audience, I still wanted to give it a try. If I could describe my experience with Funky Barn in one ...
*Note: Given the nature of the Wii U port, this review is the same as it was for the PS3 version, with two added paragraphs about the Wii U-exclusive features. If that’s what you’re looking for, scroll down to the end of this review. Maybe it’s just me, but when I hear the words “three years of development” coming from a developer, I usually take it as a good early sign of quality. There’s something about it that feels just right. While one year or less ...
Here we are! Wii U has arrived! What does that mean? It means we can all enjoy a new dose of Wii Sports with the family, of course! Wait. What’s that? What do you mean Wii Sports U isn’t bundled with the console? That’s right, folks, no Wii Sports for us this year. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy another cartoony and friendly sports compilation for our brand new systems. Ubisoft has decided to release ESPN Sports Connection to show off Wii U’s ...
Spinning out of the Rayman series, the various games bearing the Rabbids characters have been built around a multiplayer atmosphere. The first Rabbids game to hit the Wii U, Rabbids Land, is no exception. Taking inspiration from the Mario Party franchise, Rabbids Land is a board game video game that pits players against one another in competitive games in an effort to win the overall game. Unfortunately, where the Mario Party series features an incredible amount of variation both in playing ...
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