Check out some new information about DLC in Ubisoft’s upcoming open world action-adventure game!
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An awesome-looking new multiplayer action title has been confirmed for the Wii U eShop, giving gamers another great reason to want to own the console!
Retro City Rampage takes truckloads of ‘80s nostalgia and compresses it into a pixelated city that’s yours for the taking.
Mighty Switch Force! 2 adds new fire-based gameplay elements to try and shake up the original formula, but can it hold a candle to its predecessor? Read on to find out!
Launched last year on PC and other consoles, Sniper Elite V2 will soon be available on Wii U. No word yet if the loads of DLC will come Nintendo’s way as well, but we have reason to believe the outlook is hopeful. Look for Sniper Elite V2 to launch for Wii U this spring…
Nano Assault Neo is fun, challenging, enticing and looks great! A welcome addition (one of the first) to the Wii U eShop!
If you just want one gamers opinion, it’s this; buy Nano Assault on the 3DS, I really believe you’ll enjoy it!
Battle against deadly viruses in the explosive 3D shooter set in a microscopic world.
No, I don’t have a funny little quip to introduce my review. So sorry to disappoint you. I can’t always be funny you know. Just go and read the review, it’s worth it!
Sega and High Voltage have updated the fact sheet for Conduit 2. With several new features and a few revisits to past multiplayer maps, this is shaping up to be an excellent FPS for Wii. General: 21 weapons Online Updates Support 48 kHz audio Fully realized medals and achievements system that yields in-game currency: other player’s achievements can be viewed […]
It’s not revolutionary, but the Conduit is a great first-person shooter designed just for Wii owners. While the game does not turn the genre upside-down, it is innovative in certain areas — for example, it features the most customizable, precise and enjoyable controls of any console shooter created, hands down. Meanwhile, the technology powering the experience is leaps and bounds […]