A look at a Wii karaoke game form the least days of the console.
A look at Nintendo's update of the classic game.
A look at Platinum Games unique Wii U action game.
A look at the Wii U's conventional controller alternative
While no longer a Wii U exclusive, this is still a game you'll want to play on the Wii U.
A look at the lastest game in the Splinter Cell series.
A look at the Wii version of a puzzle game that has come to the Wii and Wii U.
A look at Nintendo's Wii U drawing app.
A look at WayForward's Remake of the Capcom Classic.
A look at a unique Wii U party game.
A look at the re-imagined racing game.
A look at a platformer most notable for its unusual design approach.
A look at Disney's latest movie tie-in game for the Wii and Wii U.
A look at the third entry in the brilliant series.
Earthbound comes to the Wii U's virtual console.
A look at how Zen Studios melds pinball and Star Wars.
Desmond is back with a new ancestor and a lot more trees.
A look at Nintendo's latest mini-game collection.
A look at the latest Guitar Hero game.
Remember "WarioWare: Smooth Moves," the game that involved playing a series of fast-paced microgames with the Wii remote? Well, replace “Wario” with “Spongebob”, replace “microgames” with “nanogames” and replace “Wii remote” with “uDraw Tablet” and you have "Spongebob Squigglepants," a shameless WarioWare clone that manages to be almost as entertaining as its inspiration.
A look at the Wii U port of a 3DS game.
There is as much to admire as condemn about Ubisoft's Frustrating, Fascinating Zombie Game.
A look at the Wii U port of the second Sniper Elite game.
Should the new GoldenEye 007 for the Wii have simply ported the design of the original 1997 classic N64 game of the same name, or was it better to create a new game with more up-to-date gameplay? I don’t know, and more importantly, I don’t care.
Resident Evil returns to its zombie-in-mansion roots.