If you own a Wii U, you absolutely owe it to yourself to pick up Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker.
Wii U Game Reviews
As a seasoned veteran of the series from the very beginning, believe me when I tell you that Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is the pinnacle of Smash.
Just when you thought there was nothing else that could be done to ruin the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise even more than its previous incarnations, all it took was a Big Red Button.
Not too long ago, the world took note of the philosophical query, “What does the fox say?” Now, thanks to Ubisoft’s Just Dance 2015, we work as a community to dance out the answers to such important mysteries.
Bayonetta 2 is the perfect game for people who just want to sit down, take up a controller, and beat the ever-living snot out of enemies for hours at a time.
Hyrule Warriors lives up to its expectations by having as many nuances and tropes from the Zelda series attached to it as it can, but after the fog of nostalgia clears, the game is found to have its fair share of shortcomings.
With its mix of explosives, power-ups, and frantic multiplayer, the source of inspirations for Bombing Bastards is clear.
It's the third lap. You're in first and Luigi's hot on your tail. Your item? A banana peel. The finish line is mere meters away when Luigi slips in behind you to draft his way to victory.
Stick It to the Man is so much more than random insanity— it's also a delightful point-and-click-style adventure game draped in the wrappings of a platformer.
Lately, many hardcore gamers have accused Nintendo of being too coddling to its fanbase. "Where have all the challenging games gone?" they demanded. While Nintendo seems content to continue mostly producing games that place accessibility over challenge, they did fire back with a resounding answer: "You want a challenge? Fine. Here's Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze." And what a frosty challenge it is.