Pokemon Omega Ruby review

Pokemon Omega Ruby review

There and back to Hoenn again

Recent years have seen Nintendo struggling to appease their stockholders, not least of which by subjecting the Pokemon franchise to 'annualization' which usually results in games suffering in terms of creativity and quality. Developer Game Freak has largely weathered this problem gracefully, but Pokemon... read more

Cosmophony review

Cosmophony review

When good Dubstep goes bad...

It's been far too long since I've written a review for this site, but hey, I'm back where I belong; reviewing obscure indie games on consoles the public at large couldn't care less about for free! Rhythm games have been making a quiet comeback since the long-forgotten days of DDR, Rock Band, and (sweet... read more

Talking Phrasebook - 7 Languages review

Talking Phrasebook - 7 Languages review

Beats learning languages in school any day

Applications are normally things I tend to avoid on the eShop, even if they are dirt cheap. I had an application on my DSi a few years back calculating how long I slept when I had trouble resting my head to dream about unicorns crashing through mountains of candy. There was another one called Rytmik that is... read more

Cube Life: Island Survival new screenshots

Cube Life: Island Survival new screenshots

Area Effect Announces Izle for Wii U

Area Effect Announces Izle for Wii U

Part action, part adventure, all cel-shaded

Earlier today, Paris based developer Area Effect announced their first title for the Nintendo Wii U, Izle. Developed by Area Effect, Izle is a third person action adventure RPG that will be available sometime in 2016. Set in a desolate world, Izle begins with only a single land mass and tasks players to use... read more

Super Smash Bros. review

Super Smash Bros. review

Punch your way out your nearest game store

The beauty and versatility of handheld consoles has always given us great surprises, especially those coming from Nintendo. My favorite on handheld so far this year has been the excellent Pokemon X/Y, however my all-time favorite surprise (sorry Nintendo fans) has been Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories on... read more

Runbow new screenshots

Runbow new screenshots

Super Indie Connection #2 sale on Wii U

Super Indie Connection #2 sale on Wii U

Snap up a bargain

A collection of indie developers have gotten together and come up with a cool promotion - a Super Indie Connection if you will. It means that if you own any game listed below on Wii U eShop, you can pick up any of the others at a whopping 60% discount. Teslagrad Runner 2 Future Legend of Rhythm... read more

Rock'N Racing Off Road new screenshots

Rock'N Racing Off Road new screenshots

Nintendo Confirmed As Sponsor For APEX 2015

Nintendo Confirmed As Sponsor For APEX 2015

Another positive step for the Smash competitive scene

APEX is a yearly tournament that originated in NYC back in 2008 as a Super Smash Bros. Brawl only tournament. With each successive year, the organizers introduced Super Smash Bros. Melee and eventually the original Super Smash Bros. Many of the greatest competitive Smash players played in APEX at some point,... read more
  • January 9th, 2015
  • Jeremy Kanjanapangka
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Majora's Mask 3D Collector's Edition Contains Skull Kid Figurine

Majora's Mask 3D Collector's Edition Contains Skull Kid Figurine

Pre-orders are now open!

GameStop has released the first image of the upcoming Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D collector's edition. The collector's edition will feature a copy of the game, obviously, and a collectable figurine of the game's antagonist, Skull Kid, and will retail for $49.99 USD. In addition to this collector's... read more

Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut review

Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut review

A trying yet worthy horror experience

Lone Survivor, a two-dimensional survival-horror game, was originally released on PC and Mac in 2012. It then made its way to the PS3 console, and more recently, the Wii U and PS4. Upon release, the game was a critical success, and for good reason. Lone Survivor is a worthy and recommended addition to the... read more

Pyramids 2 review

Pyramids 2 review

More of the same

Pyramids 2 is one of those games that you can just pick up and play during short breaks throughout the day. It's easy to get the hang of, and while you can speed your way through the platformer's early levels, the game picks up in difficulty near the middle stages. You also have the ability to play the... read more

Ackk Studios Rings in the New Year with New Y2K footage

Ackk Studios Rings in the New Year with New Y2K footage

Starting the New Year with a bang!

Ackk Studios chose to ring in the new year by treating fans to a new look at their upcoming Wii U title, Y2K. The developer offered a couple of new screenshots and a new video that offered a walk through of the main street of the city of Frankton. This new glimpse at the game not only lets us see how far... read more

Game of the Year 2014

Game of the Year 2014

As picked by Wii's World staff

Zak Murkin - Mario Kart 8 My game is of the year is Mario Kart 8. Now I know Mario Kart Wii wasn't the most popular Mario Kart game, but I loved it. Mario Kart 8 expands upon everything Mario Kart Wii offered, better graphics, more options, better tracks, fantastic online play and great customization. The... read more

Spikey Walls review

Spikey Walls review

Uh Oh!

Many of the medium's biggest names have inspired their fair share of copycats. Flappy Bird, from which Spikey Walls 'borrows' its inspiration, is a recent example of this. When Flappy Bird entered the public eye at the beginning of this year, it inspired waves of clones on mobile platforms, PC, and consoles.... read more

Bayonetta 2 review

Bayonetta 2 review

Seductive, Smooth and Spectacular!

Despite Bayonetta becoming a relatively successful game on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, developer Platinum Games' somewhat inconsistent track record has led to the long awaited sequel becoming a Wii U exclusive. Though many fans of the original have balked at having to buy the system for this... read more

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker review

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker review

Time for adventure!

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a curious title, first having starred Link from Legend of Zelda and then turning from a side activity in Super Mario 3D World to a short game of its own. While Treasure Tracker is not as fully-featured as it could be, Captain Toad's latest is definitely worth trying. CTTT... read more

KickBeat: Special Edition review

KickBeat: Special Edition review

The zen is with this one

KickBeat: Special Edition blends a rather unique element of martial arts kung fu with rhythm game action. Initially I felt incredibly self-conscious and silly playing as a martial artist kicking enemies to the rhythm of the music, but after spending some time with the game, its charm really came to the... read more

Is Nintendo Making A New Wii U Gamepad?

Is Nintendo Making A New Wii U Gamepad?

Recent commercial may have leaked new GamePad model

It seems some eagle-eyed Nintendo fans may have discovered a new Wii U GamePad model in a recent Japanese commercial for Mario Kart 8. The GamePad is only on screen for a second or two, but it looks slightly different from the current model on sale, hinting at tweaks to the design, and possibly a larger... read more

Poker on the Wii

Read 'em and weep

Titles like World Championship Poker and World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions are a hit on the Wii. Check out poker bonus source, an online guide to playing poker online as well as casino games. The website includes where to play Blackjack with AMEX as well as a variety of payment methods accepted at both poker sites and online casinos.
  • December 15th, 2014

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