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Justice Beaver Reaches Funding Goal; New SNES Title Expected June 2015 with Wii U Version Possible

January 29, 2015, 8:36 pm | news | 0 comment(s)

Justice Beaver is an interesting game, if only for that fact that it's a new SNES game being made in 2015 in cart form. The icing on the retro-cake is that the game

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Antipole DX Will Change Your Gravity on 3DS and Wii U eShop

January 26, 2015, 10:05 pm | news | 2 comment(s)

Antipole was an interesting game for the DSi, but went majorly under the radar due for whatever reason. Developer Saturnine Games has decided to bring this game back, but with upgraded graphics and

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The Future for The Legend of Zelda Remakes

January 26, 2015, 10:19 am | article | 11 comment(s)

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

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15 Wii Games That Deserve A Second Chance On The E-Shop

January 23, 2015, 4:08 pm | article | 26 comment(s)

What are some Wii games that deserve a second chance on the Wii U eShop? Let's take a look.

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90s Arcade Racer Gameplay Emerges

January 23, 2015, 3:40 pm | news | 5 comment(s)

90s Arcade Racer is a homage to the arcade racing games of, well, the 90s obviously. Games like Daytona USA owned the arcade scene during this time, and helped create the peak of the

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This Week's North American Download: Punch-Out!!, Citizens of Earth, Midnight and more

January 22, 2015, 8:52 pm | news | 1 comment(s)

Punch-Out!!, Citizens of Earth and more in this week's Wii U and 3DS North American download.

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Wales Interactive to Use "Wii U's Capabilities" in Soul Axiom

January 22, 2015, 7:03 pm | news | 2 comment(s)

Master Reboot from Wales Interactive stuck out on the eShop like a sore thumb, but in a good way. In the land of 2D platformers, Master Reboot was a first person adventure game

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Former Ubisoft Developers Bringing "Izle" To Wii U In 2016

January 22, 2015, 3:50 pm | news | 2 comment(s)

A new title has been announced for the Wii U: "Izle." Coming in 2016, "Izle invites its players to build their own world by summoning the power of the gods and terraforming a variety

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Maze Review for Wii U

January 21, 2015, 9:23 pm | review | 3 comment(s)

Treefall Studios got off to a rough start with their first game, The Letter. It scored a 14 out of 100 on Metacritic. But it is time for the indie studio to have

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TreeFall Studios Announces Several New Games

January 18, 2015, 1:28 pm | news | 6 comment(s)

TreeFall Studios may not have constructed a great game with The Letter, but one thing they did manage to gather was people noticing the studio, for better or worse. The Maze seems to

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Indie Title "Super Destronaut" Coming To Wii U

January 17, 2015, 9:36 pm | news | 1 comment(s)

Developer Petite Games has revealed a new Wii U indie title called "Super Destronaut" exclusively for the eShop via Twitter. It is a top down shooter, will run at 60 FPS, and is

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This Week's North American Downloads - Electronic Super Joy, uWordsmith & 3D After Burner II

January 15, 2015, 3:35 pm | news | 0 comment(s)

Out this week: Releasing this week on the Nintendo eShop on Wii U is Electronic Super Joy: Groove City, Family Tennis SP & uWordsmith. For the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS we

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Toss N Go Review For Wii U

January 15, 2015, 1:09 pm | review | 0 comment(s)

Is Toss N Go a worthy budget title, or should we toss it out?

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Double Take: The Brilliance Of Wii Game Downloads - And Why They Might Be A Problem

January 14, 2015, 4:30 pm | article | 30 comment(s)

Wii game downloads are coming to the Wii U, and that's great - but it's also worrying.

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Toon Tanks Review for Wii U

January 13, 2015, 3:07 pm | review | 1 comment(s)

Toon Tanks is about as straightforward as a game can get. There are no flashy visuals or fancy music, no constantly changing elements, and no new ideas. The game simply takes its classic gameplay and

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