Another week has rolled past, and we’re eager to find out what’s on everyone’s gaming minds this week. Are you playing something old or new? Let us know all your current gaming delights in the comments section below.
Here’s what we’ve been preoccupied with this week:
- Mario Party 10 (Wii U) – Admittedly it’s great to see Mario and company in HD no matter the occasion, but Mario Party 10 just hasn’t felt as fun as past Mario Party games.
- Super Mario 3D Land (3DS) – I’m a sucker for this game and I’ve been playing through it again on the New 3DS XL. The stereoscopic 3D implementation in 3D Land is top-notch. Absolutely love the Zelda-themed level and its 3D perspective.
Not a lot of personal gaming time in this week, as I’ve been focusing mostly on reviews.
- Proun+ (3DS) – This week I finished up my Proun+ review (check it out here)
- Trine: Enchanted Edition (Wii U) – I also started this game; I loved Trine 2 and am hoping to find just as much joy in the remastered original.
- Pokémon Shuffle (3DS) – I’ve been addicted to this game! I recently caught Mew and am currently working on catching all the other Pokémon Shuffle I’ve missed along the way! So fun!
- Majoras Mask 3D (3DS) – I took a break from this game for a little bit, I didn’t want to beat it too quickly. So I’m currently working on finishing every side quest before I annihilate Majora! ;D
- DK Tropical Freeze (Wii U) – I beat this a while back but me and my player 2 are currently working on collecting all of the Kong letters and puzzle pieces. Halfway there!
- Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) – This may go without saying (I think we all play this weekly) but I’ve been ramping up my efforts to complete everything with three stars – still to achieve this with Mirror Mode though!
- Mighty Switch Force 2 (Wii U) – Bit of a random entry, but this puzzle platformer was on special on the Australian eShop this week, so I am giving it a go and really enjoying it so far.
- Pokémon Shuffle (3DS) – Yet again this little puzzle game has me hooked – just a few games here and there, and now I find myself going back to catch Pokémon I’d previously missed.