Fractured Soul (3DS eShop) Review

After being in development for nearly eight years, Fractured Soul has finally arrived. Created by Melbourne-based developer Endgame Studios and calling the 3DS eShop home, Fractured Soul is a 2D platform game with a twist.

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Mario Kart 8 Scores 89 On Metacritic

The reviews for Nintendo’s long-awaited Mario Kart 8 have already come pouring in. Mario’s latest karting adventure has received an average review score of 89 on Metacritic, based on 34 reviews.

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Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) Review

If there’s one thing that I ever worry about with Mario Kart, it’s that there’s only ever one game per console. We get multiple Mario, Pokemon and Zelda titles, but Mario Kart? That’s a one per generation deal. It has to be good.

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Mario Kart 8 Review

It’s hard to believe there have been only eight main entries in the 22-year-old Mario Kart series. But considering Nintendo focuses its efforts on releasing one new title per system, it’s easy to see why the long-running kart-racing franchise still stands strong today.

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Child of Light (Wii U eShop) Review

Many role playing games, especially turn based ones, have a bad rap today as being antiquated and refusing to move on to more action based schemas. With the advent of games like Kingdom Hearts, the benefits of a more action orientated gameplay design are pretty obvious.

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Watch Dogs review

Thanks to CTOS, a network that controls almost every bit of computer technology within Chicago’s limits, Watch Dogs presents you with the smartest city in the world. It’s just as well, because its citizens need all the help they can get.

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Mario Kart 8 review – Nintendo’s classic is masterfully remodelled

Against the odds, Nintendo seems to have perfected a model of perpetual resurgence. While Xbox and PlayStation host the industry’s blaring blockbusters, Nintendo’s focus has turned inwards to its established roster of stars – none more so than dinky titan Mario.

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Mario Kart 8 review – the best drive ever?

It is hard to remember a time before Mario Kart. It has been there for over twenty years, with one instalment per Nintendo platform, as regular as clockwork.

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The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Review Round-Up

Sooo looking forward to this 🙂

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wind_waker_hd_zelda_wallpaperReviews of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD are starting to pour in. The game, which is a high-definition remake of Nintendo GamCube title The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, has already received critical acclaim from a number of critics. Read excerpts from some of the published reviews of the game below:

Eurogamer: “Just like its young hero, The Wind Waker is crisp and energetic, spirited and soulful, just a little bit wayward – and it hasn’t aged a day.” 10/10

IGN: “If you’ve never braved this amazing seafaring adventure, the Wii U version offers the definitive way to experience a charming story that’s both charming and elegant.” 9.8/10

NowGamer: “Wind Waker HD brings with it a selection of improvements and tweaks to make it a prettier, more enjoyable game that newcomers and fans – even the most diehard – will find appealing.” 9.0/10

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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review

Excellent! Gotta say, I’m loving playing it…hope there’ll be more games Luigi games released throughout the year.

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luigi's_mansion_dark_moon_box_artStep aside, Mario. It’s Luigi’s time to shine.

Way back in 2001, Nintendo released Luigi’s Mansion for the Nintendo GameCube. Over a decade after the original game’s debut, a sequel, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, known as Luigi’s Mansion 2 outside North America, was finally released. Was the excruciatingly long wait worth it?

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon starts with the goofy and very talkative scientist Professor E. Gadd studying friendly ghosts in Deepshade Valley. The Dark Moon, which hangs in the not-too-distant black sky, is shattered by the scary King Boo. After it shatters, the ghosts in the area immediately begin to behave mischievously and uncontrollably.

Meanwhile, our hero Luigi is sitting at home, minding his own business, taking a nap, when suddenly, Gadd appears on his TV screen and forces Luigi to his bunker, via teleportation. Gadd quickly tells Luigi of his predicament and the Dark Moon. Without…

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