Wii U Archive

  • May Launch Set for Cartoony Teslagrad Successor World to the West

    World to the West, Rain Games’ 3D isometric action-adventure spiritual sequel to Teslagrad (it’s a standalone experience but takes place within the same universe), has received an official launch date of May 5th. It’ll be digitally distributed on PC (GOG, Humble Store, and Steam), PlayStation […]

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  • Battle Princess Madelyn is a Ghouls N’ Ghosts Homage Inspired by Dev’s Daughter

    Causal Bit Games is putting its own unique spin on a Ghouls N’ Ghosts revival in the form of Battle Princess Madelyn, a retro-style 2D action platformer about a young knight princess named Madelyn who, alongside the ghost of her pet dog Fritzy, fights back […]

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  • 2D Teddy Bear Souls-like Aegis: Innocence Defends Dreams on Kickstarter

    Have you ever dreamed of playing a game that would allow you to sword and board as a fluffy, cuddly teddy bear (donning a blue scarf, no less) in a battle to protect its human charge from nightmares? Well thanks to Stasis Soft, your incredibly […]

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  • PAX South 2017 Day One Impressions

    Today was the opening day of PAX South in San Antonio, Texas. This is now my third time traveling to the great city, and I have to say that I’m blown away by how much the gaming event has grown since last year. From huge spectacle-laden […]

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  • Review: Pirate Pop Plus

    Disclosure: A free code for Pirate Pop Plus was provided to VGBlogger.com for review consideration. Throwing back to a simpler time of game design, Pirate Pop Plus by Dadako and 13AM Games is a score chase arcade action game inspired by the classic Buster Bros/Pang […]

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  • Indie Quickie: Mutant Mudds Super Challenge

    What is it and who made it? Renegade Kid’s super challenging sequel to retro 2D platformer Mutant Mudds (and Mutant Mudds Deluxe, which we reviewed here), published by Nighthawk Interactive. What platforms is it on and how much does it cost? It came out first […]

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  • Review: LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    I remember buying the first LEGO Star Wars game over a decade ago and being excited to see a new and unique way of interpreting a movie franchise I had loved through the years. Flash forward through LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, LEGO […]

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  • Review: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

    My love-hate relationship with TT Games’ LEGO series continues with LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, and unfortunately this installment ends up in the hate category. Perhaps hate is a little strong, but I really did struggle squeezing much of any enjoyment out of the game, which I […]

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  • The Legend of Zelda Delayed to 2017, Confirmed for Wii U and NX

    Hey look! It’s Twilight Princess all over again, despite Nintendo’s repeated previous denials. As most gamers and pundits have surmised for some time now, the next Legend of Zelda, originally scheduled to release as a Wii U exclusive back in 2015, has in fact been […]

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  • VGB Feature: Mekazoo Interview with The Good Mood Creators Creative Director Jarrett Slavin

    Inspired by genre classics from the 16-bit era like Donkey Kong Country and Sonic the Hedgehog, Mekazoo is a gorgeous, high energy 2.5D platformer coming up for PC, consoles, and eventually even portable devices from indie developer The Good Mood Creators. As the studio’s debut […]

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