Despite comparable sales and solid performers though, profits are down.
Mad politicians, amazing space adventures and magical journeys with Yarny. It’s all the games of February, right here in one convenient post.
Get a good look at eight minutes of Twilight Princess HD footage running on the Wii U, including the heroism of Link saving stray cats.
The mystery behind The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess’ Amiibo locked dungeon has been solved, and the truth is a little less exciting.
Fast Racing NEO wears its F-Zero inspiration on its sleeve, and manages to fill the void left by that series conspicuous absence. As its name suggests its fast, but it’s also clever, beautifully designed, challenging, and above all, fun.
You name it, 2016 has it. From action to fantasy, prepare for a bumper year of games that’ll have your fingers blistered with joy.
Mouldy sandwiches! Flat coke! A two-week old portion of Lasagna that has developed sentience and sounds suspiciously just like Brian Blessed! Yessir, the Oscars can kiss our flattened asses when it comes to presentation. And in case you missed out on the Lazygamer Awards this week, here’s the complete wrap of it. In video form! And words!
It hasn’t been the best year for great games on the Wii U – but Xenoblade Chronicles X makes up for that.
Nintendo’s little console may be struggling a bit, and it certainly hasn’t had the strongest or most robust lineup this year – but that doesn;t mean that it isn’t home to some of the best games available not just on the Wii U, but on any system. Which though, is the best?
2015 may not have had as many shooter games saturating the market as before, but those that did make it, were pure quality. Of course, only one shooter game could be crowned king. And the winner is…
There is, in general, very little for Wii U owners to be excited about. Thankfully, there’s some reprieve for Wii U owners starving for something not just good, but great to play on their systems. And it comes tomorrow – in the form of Xenoblade Chronicles X.
Once again, Xenoblade seems like a damned good reason to own a Nintendo machine. Here’s what critics have to say about the Nintendo-exclusive JRPG from the masters at Monolith Soft.