Tag Archives: WiiU

Super Smash Bros Release Window and New Details

For many WiiU owners, Super Smash Bros is a must have game. Unfortunately for them, Nintendo has seen fit to keep the game underwraps, only teasing out little scraps of information here and there. Thankfully, that tactic was put aside … Continue reading

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Indie Game Update: Shovel Knights and Firewatchers

A couple of higher profile indie games have revealed some news this week so lets have a look at what was announced. Shovel Knight, from the good folks over at Yacht Club Games, is a game that I’ve been on … Continue reading

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Community Post #7: The Duck’s Top 5 Mario Levels

Community week comes to an end today. But before we say goodbye to the red plumber, we have one more community post to get to. The Duck of Indeed is here today to shed some light on his top 5 … Continue reading

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Community Post #6: Mario, You Lead and I Shall Follow

We’re nearing the end of Community Week but before we officially close the curtain there’s still a couple of Mario posts we need to get to. Today’s offering comes from Cary from Recollections of Play. With the month of February … Continue reading

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Community Post #5: Mario, The Innovator

It’s a new day and a new community post for you to enjoy! Today’s entry comes from…well…actually, it’s my day so what’s below is my contribution. I’m going to be taking a closer look at Mario’s legacy to the platforming … Continue reading

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Community Post #4: Mario, the Great Peacemaker

We’ve reached the midway point in our community post week long celebration for everyone’s favorite plumber: Mario. Today we have a new post from Sam over at Cheeese Toastie and Video Games. With the month of February coming to a close … Continue reading

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Community Post #3: The World’s Most Talented Plumber

Day 3 rolls on with a new post from Niall over at Niall’s Ramblings with his take on what makes the Mario franchise so compelling. With the month of February coming to a close (so quickly?), the gang and I over at … Continue reading

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Community Post #2: A Mario Level for Every Player

With the month of February coming to a close (so quickly?), the gang and I over at United We Game are doing something special to close the month out with a bang. Through out the week, various writers (including myself) are … Continue reading

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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Impressions Or How The Franchise Won Me Back

Assassin’s Creed has always held a soft spot in my heart. Bringing historical fiction in line with engaging gameplay is one of the many reasons why I love this franchise. Being able to set foot in places you only read … Continue reading

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Aliens Invade The Call of Duty World with “Extraction”

Here’s something I never expected to write: Aliens are coming to Call of Duty. That’s right, Infinity Ward is adding a new “Extraction Mode” to the upcoming Call of Duty Ghosts which treads closely to the very popular Zombies mode … Continue reading

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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Season Pass Detailed

Ubisoft announced last week that their upcoming pirate inspired game, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, will also have a season pass available for players who want to get a discount on the game’s upcoming DLC. And yes, you’re right, that … Continue reading

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Rayman Legends Impressions – Putting Mario On Notice

Coming from the NES era of gaming, I’m a sucker for good platformers and Rayman Origins definitely scratched that itch for me back in 2011. I was floored with the beautiful world, catchy music, and rock solid platforming controls. I … Continue reading

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UbiArt Framework Branches Out With Valiant Hearts: The Great War and Child of Light

One of the big reasons why Rayman Origins and Legends are so enjoyable is because of the gorgeous engine powering both games bringing the vibrant and lush environments to life. Known as the UbiArt Framework, it almost like designers are … Continue reading

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Tactical Assist: Splinter Cell Blacklist – Spies Vs Mercs Tips and Tricks

Spies vs Mercs is a beloved game mode that took some time off but has since returned in the recently released Splinter Cell Blacklist. This cat and mouse style multiplayer is pretty different featuring one team as spies in third … Continue reading

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Revealed and Detailed

Not fit to break with tradition, Activision held their annual spectacle event for the multiplayer side of Call of Duty. This year’s version, known as Ghosts, is especially important to them as the new wave of consoles will be coming … Continue reading

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