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While it may be more of an extension of Monster Hunter 4 than its own completely unique experience, it certainly does a good job of outshining its predecessor and carving a spot as another must-have for fans of the series. Generations will be the go-to game for most of the online community for a long while now, and that alone is a justifiable reason to pick it up.
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.
Word Puzzles by POWGI would have benefited from a more interesting presentation on almost all fronts, but it does offer a huge variety of word games that will appeal to anyone interested in the genre.
A highly enjoyable, yet bone crushingly hard title, that continues from the end of the 2012 original and laughs at your defeats. Voilà, you have Mutant Mudds Super Challenge!
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.
Ignoring the camera and platforming issues, the core gameplay in The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and His Square Mind can add up to a satisfying experience for anyone starved for a puzzle game.