*tch* This is Leon. I've arrived on the Wii U through the Virtual Console, some kind of digital download service. They took a sample of my blood and uploaded it. I've also been injected with a virus, it seems to have changed my reflexes. I can see a green cursor wherever I aim my gun. … Continue reading Resident Evil 4 – Wii on Wii U Edition
Recently EA have spoken in secret about the Nintendo NX and their lack of plans to develop for it. They outlined a bunch of things that Nintendo is required to do in order to be blessed with EA's fantastic library of quality games. To sum it up, they want Nintendo to "provide a market for … Continue reading EA developing for NX – Kimishima’s Konditions
ARROOOOOO!! This game has jumped into the spotlight with the recently announced Twilight Princess HD for Wii U so I thought it was a good time for a writeup. I started replaying this on a whim a few weeks ago and have become completely absorbed in its world. Being such a gigantic game, I haven't … Continue reading Twilight Princess – I’m A Wolf Now
A year before New Super Mario Bros Wii made 2D platformers popular on consoles again, a 2D masterpiece had already been delivered to the system. That masterpiece is Wario Land: The Shake Dimension, also known as Wario Land: Shake It in the USA. That's right, Wario beat Mario to the punch on this one. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Wario Land: The Shake Dimension – Bigger and Smellier
Xenoblade Chronicles has been out for a few years now (depending on your region) and I still listen to the soundtrack almost daily. With almost one hundred well-composed songs brimming with heart and energy, it's incomparable to anything else in music let alone videogames. Many RPG's have large impressive soundtracks and it's a huge strength … Continue reading Xenoblade Chronicles – Doing Music Right
It's a good thing the big April Wuu update isn't out yet, giving me a chance to complain about stuff while it's valid. Let's briefly revisit some of Wuu's non-features, or why I didn't fall for that "trap": never performed that permanent "system transfer" of my Wii data as soon as I got my Wuu. … Continue reading Wii U Wii Mode Audio-Video Mishaps
Whelp, it's already here. On November 18th, the Wii U ushered in a new generation of Nintendo hardware, and I’m very excited. Once again, we have a new controller that will deliver different experiences - but as we all know only niche developers and Nintendo will do something about it. Third parties? Haha don’t make … Continue reading Pietriots Best Of Nintendo Wii!
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Wii U has certainly had a big impact on my gaming world, and getting my first real fix of Just Dance (bundled with the console) is one reason why. I've tried to play this game a number of times and always failed, dismissing it as something that didn't even work. I'm moving the Wii Remote … Continue reading Just Dance 4 – Why Not?
The Wii Remote & Nunchuk was last generation's innovation in violence - still strong today, still better than the competition. This was the method of controlling the last true console Resident Evil experience the world would know: The Umbrella Chronicles. For the previous console cycle, there's a seldom-stated lesson Capcom briefly learned (see RE4:Wii) then … Continue reading Hey U – Give Me Real Controls
It's New to him, at least, and all the game reviews in the world can't take that away. Somehow people are convinced that Mario has nothing to do with new generations of new customers, and bringing smiles to brand new players. Apparently it's all about "ME - the vocal aging gamer who's forced to buy … Continue reading Positive NinPal – New Super Mario Bros
The REGGIE SERIES is BACK, barely ahead of some JRPG that a handful of psychos cried for. NOA REGGIE ignored their grievances, spending his time more wisely by Wii-Playing with himself. It's been more than a year since Wii Play: Motion arrived, and like it or not, it offered a few glimpses of near-future gameplay … Continue reading Reggie Play: Motion – Videos