Wii U Reviews
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Olympia Rising seems like your run-of-the-mill, indie-developed game on the Wii U eShop. But closer inspection reveals that this frantic action platformer is a real treat (and a cheap one at just $4.99).
With more time and dedication on Nintendo’s part, Twilight Princess HD could have showcased what a true remake can be.
It’s a great game if you’re looking for word puzzles, and a terrible one if you’re looking for anything else. A game like this isn’t objectively good or bad. If you enjoy word puzzles, look no further.
Fans of the original who don’t mind a challenge will be in gamer heaven, in that Super Challenge will satisfy the craving for more Mutant Mudds content and more difficult level designs.
I had such a dismal time playing Typoman, the end couldn’t come soon enough.
If you can overcome Gemology’s initial difficulty spike, you may uncover a worthwhile experience.
The dream has finally become reality: anyone can build and play their own Super Mario levels!