The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Review

For almost 20 years, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been the benchmark Zelda game. Today, that benchmark has changed. Challengers have fought for the crown, but never has a Zelda game done so much right and change so much.

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EDGE Awards The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 10/10

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The latest edition of respected UK video game magazine EDGE magazine contains the first review of the long-awaited The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U.

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Round Up: Unravel PS4 Reviews Reveal EA’s Epic Yarn

Yarny, the now iconic Unravel protagonist, stole hearts at E3 last year – and he’s about to, well, unravel his inaugural yarn on your PlayStation 4. EA opted not to send us this one, so you’re going to have to make do with other assessments until we post our own.

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Round Up: Push Square’s September 2015 Reviews

September seemed to race by, and not just because we abandoned our posts to play some games at EGX 2015, either. As they say, time flies when you’re having fun, and there was certainly some enjoyment to be had with last month’s release schedule.

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Knytt Underground review

There’s a meditative quality to this game. Despite concerning a pilgrimage, it contains almost subliminal dialogues on technology, narrative and, most of all, faith, which lend it a stillness that… Wait. Sorry, but did that fairy just call someone an “anus”?

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Super Mario 3D World (Wii U) Review

It finally happened, it took a nearly a year but there’s a game that you have to own a Wii U for. Super Mario 3D World finally gives everyone an excuse to pick up a Wii U.

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Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review

Impressively, Nickelodeon’s current TV adaptation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles packs the action necessary to wrangle in a  younger audience while also being witty and well-written enough for older fans who enjoyed the Turtles almost 30 years ago.

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Rayman Legends review

Rayman Legends is a wormhole, whisking Wii U owners back to November 2012 and a time when Wii U: The Incredible Promise had yet to make way for Wii U: The One Third Parties Don’t Like Any More.

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Disney Infinity (3DS) Review

It’s common practice for game publishers to secretly release a handheld version of a big multi-platform game and have it escape the eyes of the media and consumers. When this happens, you know there’s something fishy going on and the rules haven’t changed here for Disney Infinity.

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Pikmin 3 (Wii U) Review

Shigeru Miyamoto is most probably best known for creating franchises in the likes of Donkey Kong, Mario and Zelda. But there’s another franchise that’s often left out of the conversation which deserves as much respect and devotion as the others. That is, of course, the Pikmin franchise.

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