It didn't have to be this way. Not really.
The launch of the first proper third-person 3D entry in the adventures of Samus Aran (as opposed to Metroid Prime's first-person 3D adventures) could have turned out
The votes are in: what have Nintendo Enthusiast staff and readers picked as the top ten Wii games?
To see a game designed for the Wii in 2015 may be a rare thing, but evidently it's still happening. Alternative Software announced today that PSA World Tour Squash 2015 is coming to the Wii
To Infinity and Beyond.
Several weeks ago Prope revealed that the long-in-development Rodea: The Sky Soldier was back and now heading to Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. When the announcement was made, it was revealed that the
Grasshopper Manufacture\'s Goichi Suda (Suda51) has revealed in a new interview that he had originally planned for Sylvia to gun down No More Heroes\' lead protagonist Travis Touchdown at the end of
We break down what makes Metal Face such a phenomenal boss fight.
I remember first playing Resident Evil 4 when it came out, and was immediately enthralled with it. I simply could not stop playing, it was as simple as that. From the moment Leon exited the
The two developers behind recent Wii U exclusive card-battling game Lucadian Chronicles, Fumi Shiraishi and Jams Margaris have spoken about their experience working on Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life As A King in a
Super Mario Galaxy 2 has returned on the Wii U, has it stood the test of time?
If the translations from Famitsu\'s recent feature on Splatoon are accurate, we\'ve been here before. We once again find ourselves wondering if Nintendo will deign to include a fairly standard feature
Recently, many game developers are getting frowned upon due to the unwavering amount of HD remakes hitting the market space, and to a degree, HD remakes may be getting a little out of
What are some Wii games that deserve a second chance on the Wii U eShop? Let\'s take a look.
[Before we announce 2014\'s GOTY, we take one last look back at an unheralded gem that missed out on last year\'s voting.]
In the excitement of last year\'s voting, with the Wii U still having that
Happy birthday to U, misunderstood and under-utilized box.
It\'s hard to believe that it\'s been two years since the Wii U\'s launch. Ah, to go back to the days when we wondered about robust third-party support,