It takes its name from the summer blockbuster, but LEGO Jurassic World let’s you experience the classic Trilogy as well. Older gamers should appreciate its relative faithfulness towards the films, … Read More
This game actually released on the Wii U Virtual Console last summer, but with the 35th anniversary of Pac-Man’s arcade debut still fresh in mind I thought now would be … Read More
Solitaire Dungeon Escape comes to the Wii U from the app store. It’s a port of the full 160 level game (the free version offers 80 levels) and should you … Read More
With the help of three friends, Kirby sets out on his quest to save Dream Land.
Will Kirby be able to save the Dream Land from Dark Matter?
The original … Read More
I won a copy of this new Wii U release via Twitter. Having played it the question is would I have been happy paying $3.99 to download it off the … Read More
Seven DSiWare releases on the same day – what year is this, 2010? The G.G. Series has certainly made its presence felt of late. I wasn’t too thrilled with the … Read More
With the 2015 NBA Finals set to start tomorrow, I thought it’d be as good a time as any to look back on Double Dribble for the NES. It was … Read More
Will you venture down the rabbit hole?
DSiWare had a stiff enough challenge standing out once the 3DS eShop debuted, but in recent years its pulse has become slower than … Read More
On a tiny star somewhere far, far away from earth, there is a very special place known as Dream Land.
When Kirby’s Dream Land arrived on the Game Boy in … Read More
Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition was never on my radar of must-play titles but it’s certainly been my go-to game lately. This … Read More
Explore a world from top to bottom with your pickaxe in hand – or even two, thanks to a nice dual wielding option. Stone Shire gets the exploration down, but … Read More
Blast through the skies in your battle helicopter! Another SEGA arcade shooter has been re-mastered by the devs at M2. 3D Thunder Blade is one more classic addition to the … Read More
Super Dodge Ball is a definite 8-bit classic, yet also something of a hidden gem. It isn’t mentioned enough, at least not when compared to the numerous other NES sport … Read More
While the trailer makes this game appear as some type of runner/cooking hybird, it’s actually a platformer proper, and a surprisingly decent one at that. While it didn’t wow right … Read More
Firmly set in the Space Invaders’ mold, Super Destronaut offers Wii U owners some eShop retro shooting at a budget price. The first thing that’ll probably catch your eye is … Read More
The promise of danger free space travel might make for a good vacation brochure, but the realities are far more hostile, at least in Affordable Space Adventures. Thankfully travelers are … Read More
The latest eShop offering from RCMADIAX, PENTAPUZZLE has you manipulating various shapes to fill in grids. You can slide and spin each piece all around, but everyone needs to be … Read More
While hardly the most imaginative title, Don’t Touch Anything Red is a good indicator of what the game entails. And it delivers on its promise, being a runner where you … Read More
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