Nintendo Wii

Winter Stars for Wii: Review shows frustration

What better way to spend your time this festive season than playing a few winter sports in the comfort of your own warm home. Winter Stars for Wii involves many of those great activities played out during the snowy season. In an article by Nintendo Universe, this game’s review shows frustration so we wanted to know the reason behind this. You start off as Jake Otis skiing downhill and end up suffe... »

Get Up and Dance review for Wii and PS3

Why just sit around gaming all the time when you can just Get Up and Dance? You could always sit back down and get more information about why you would even contemplate getting up in the first place let alone throw a few shapes. We have a review on Get Up and Dance for the PS3 and the Wii that might make you think about your next dance move. AZCentral has let us in on their impression of Get Up an... »

Back to the Future: The Game – reviewed for Wii

Race into different time dimensions with that faithful old Delorean once again with Back to the Future: The Game and get an overall impression with a review for the Wii. With five game episodes all contained in one game Blogcritics thought that the Wii limitations were quite harmful to the game itself, although the entertainment comes by way of storyline keeping much in line with the movie trilogy... »

Zelda: Skyward Sword stands out from crowd

The Nintendo 3DS and Wii needed to see good sales figures for two of their biggest game launches this year, and they did not disappoint. The first of the two is Super Mario 3D Land, but it was Zelda: Skyward Sword that stood out from crowd in terms of sales, which isn’t bad for a 25-year-old series. USA Today reports that sales for the latest Mario were the fastest of from the franchise yet, selli... »

Fishing Resort: Pure Wii fun – review

Other than the introduction of games like the new Legend of Zelda the Wii console has been taking a bit of stick lately and we are concerned as to how the Wii could be taken out of the darkness and back into the light. In a review by Gaming Blend, we had the chance to see what their opinion was on Fishing Resort for the Wii. Their initial response was that it’s not a bad game and quite enjoy... »

Skyward Sword: Visually walkthrough the story

There is a deep history when it comes to Legend of Zelda, as it’s now a quarter of a century old. However, the franchise has not lost its charm, which is clear to see in the latest game from the series, Skyward Sword. To give you a greater insight into the game there is nothing better than a visual walkthrough to help explain the story. We have four videos to view, but these are just a handful of ... »

Horizon Riders for Wii: Review

Dust off your Wii Balance Board and enjoy the ride with Horizon Riders for Wii. Choose from four fighters and compete in 12 missions in a game that could make you realize how fun the Balance Board can be, or it could be a reason to search for another game. We wanted to see what the views are on this from a critic’s perspective, and whether this is a hit or miss. In a review by Wiiloveit, the idea ... »

Zelda: Skyward Sword – The perfect scored review

Out of the many comments given on Zelda: Skyward Sword, many have been well received and we have written a few posts concerning its release and what is involved. There have been many great reviews of late so it looks like Zelda is going to be a big hit. It’s rare to find a game that gets a perfect review so we thought we would run you through one that is showing Zelda as a real success. iNintendo ... »

Zelda: Skyward Sword treasure and quests

With The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword now being released in Europe and the US, we thought we would have a little look at the treasure and quests within the game. Overall the game has been getting some decent reviews, which shows that there is still life left in Zelda yet. There is a huge amount of treasures to look out for in Zelda: Skyward Sword; once collected these can then be used to upgrade... »

House of the Dead Overkill: Review of gore in Extended Cut

Blood and guts are the main course of this gore infested version of The House of the Dead: Overkill. With new redone High Definition cutscenes and levels, although still identical to the Wii version. There are two new exclusive levels not included in the original Wii release title, Naked Terror and Creeping Flesh, serving as a back-story in the main game featuring Varla Gunns and a new female char... »

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