Since the Wii U's release back in November 2012, people have clamoured for it and its sister console, the 3DS to receive new instalments of their favourite franchises like F-Zero (*sigh*), Metroid (I'm not even going to bring up Federation Force for fear of being hunted with pitchforks) and Zelda (too soon?), and many of… Continue reading Star Fox Zero Review: A Return to Greatness?
Hyrule Warriors Legends for the 3DS is an expanded port of the Wii U game; Hyrule Warriors released back in 2014. I very much enjoyed Hyrule Warriors for it's wonderful blend of Dynasty Warriors-style combat and the soul of the Legend of Zelda franchise. Running around and cutting down swaths of Moblins, Deku Babas and other… Continue reading Hyrule Warriors Legends (New 3DS) Review
So it's here and it's adorable! Yoshi's Woolly World has landed on the Wii U and is along the same lines as Yoshi's Island but with the yarn population of it's inhabitants being in danger from being knitted into Shy Guys. You have to save them from almost certain doom! If you picked up the special… Continue reading Yoshi's Woolly Wonder-World
The upcoming Nintendo Wii U exclusive platformer Kirby and the Rainbow Curse/Paintbrush (depending where you live) is hitting the UK market far earlier than Nintendo had originally hinted at. A previous Nintendo Direct presentation had said that the latest Kirby game would be released in the UK in the second half of 2015. However Nintendo have… Continue reading Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, earlier than expected?
Well Nintendo certainly know how to make people happy. While playing the recent Toad mini games in the 3D Mario Land world, I turned to Kuniku and said that I hoped they would bring out a game of the puzzles because that would be a really cool idea. A year later and magic happens. It's… Continue reading Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker