Category: Wii

Nintendo Direct Shows off Wii U Features and More!

E3 2012

In case you may have been enjoying your Pre-E3 rest and not been paying attention to the interwebs yesterday. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata took it upon himself to give Nintendo fans an advance glance at some of the functionality behind

Wii: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

Skyward Sword Logo

Well it’s been 5 years since the Legend of Zelda has graced a home console and this year brings us the first adventure for Link that is specifically designed for the Wii, how will Skyward Sword stack up in the

Wii: Mega Man 10 (Virtual Console)

Mega Man 10

The blue bomber is back taking down Dr. Wiley and his Robot Masters in Mega Man 10, this time for the Wii. (Originally launched for the Wii via the Wii Shop Channel, but it is now available on XBL and

Wii: Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: City Folk is definitely made for casual gamers. It’s a relaxing, slow paced game made for people who like to collect. That is what you basically do in this game. Collect items and furniture. Collect fish, fossils, and

Wii: Sin and Punishment (Virtual Console)

Sin and Punishment Virtual Console

Sin and Punishment was highly praised when released seven years ago on the Nintendo 64. It seemed destined to become developer Treasure’s next hit classic, but something happened along the path to greatness. For reasons we may never know, the

Wii: Mario Strikers Charged

Mario Strikers Charged

Mario is back for another go around from soccer/football days on the Gamecube. Will this game live up to the hype or flop miserably? That’s for you to read. Released July 30, 2007 Published by Nintendo Developed by Next Level

Wii: Wii Sports

Wii Sports

“It’s more of a tech demo than a game…But that doesn’t mean you’ll have your fill after a few minutes of playing.” Released November 19, 2006 Published by Nintendo Developed by Nintendo ESRB Rating: E for Everyone Reviewed by: Andy

Wii: Wii Play

Wii Play

Wii Play comes packaged with a “free controller” which means the game would cost around £5 or $10 if it was being sold separately. This has to be taken into account when reviewing it because as a full priced game

Wii: Warioware: Smooth Moves

Warioware Smooth Moves

I often wonder how the WarioWare series ever came to be, a collaboration of the most insane mini-games you could ever wish to play all bundled into one package. I can just imagine now, a room full of crazy Japanese

Wii: Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn

Radiant Dawn is set three years after the events of Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. You play as a young woman named Micaiah who’s struggling to restore her country after it was beaten in war and now controlled by cruel