Category Archives: Wii U

Xbox One Finally Beats PS4 In November NPD


It was a long time coming. After Microsoft found themselves getting their butts handed to them on a silver platter in the battle for 1080p, 60fps games as well as falling far behind the install base figures month after month when the PS4 was cleaning house month in and month out, the Micro ‘S’ finally pulled through and scored a win against all odds. Continue reading

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Complete Wii U Walkthrough

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker

One of the games that seem to have silently released onto the Wii U like a group of mafioso types taking over local restaurants and strong-arming the sous-chef into putting more onions in the ravioli, is Nintendo’s own first-party title, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. With the launch of the game on the Wii U comes the inevitable need of a walkthrough for those who find themselves oftentimes stuck or just looking for an excuse to watch a little fat guy who can’t jump, puzzle-solve his way through floating levels in a mystical land. Continue reading

Project CARS Race Control Episode Teaches You How To Race Defensively

Project CARS

Racing isn’t just about winning – I mean, it is about winning, but it’s not just about winning. A lot of it is based on how skillful the driver is behind the wheel and how well that driver can utilize every opportunity to maximize the need for speed and take control of the track like a rubber burning savant. To help players achieve a measure of excellence in the quest for victory, a new entry in the Race Control series teaches racing fan aficionados how to overtake opponents and aggressively defend during a race. Continue reading

Infographic Shows Super Smash Bros Is First Game To Feature Pac-Man, Sonic And Mario

Super Smash Bros

It’s strange but no one seems to talk much about the elephant in the room in the gaming industry at the moment; I mean, it’s pretty obvious there’s a serious topic that needs discussing but it just isn’t happening… at all. The big question is… why? Why is no one talking about it? Well, Shirts is talking about it… that’s right, they’re talking about Pac-Man, Sonic and Mario all being in the same game for the first time ever. Continue reading

Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric Complete Wii U Walkthrough

Sonic Boom

Sonic Boom is due to launch on the Wii U on November 18th but it’s already managed what appears to be deserving review scores that middle out around the 5.0 out of 10 scale. Nevertheless, given the game’s glitches and hang-ups you might need a walkthrough guide to help you get past some segments where you’ll likely to get stuck or have to restart because of an ill-thought-out platforming puzzle. Continue reading

Armikrog Gameplay Trailer Features The Return Of Claymation


Pencil Test Studios really has a serious gem on their hands with Armikrog, the claymation spiritual successor to the Dreamworks Interactive adventure title called The Neverhood. A new trailer leaked online and the developers – instead of going out of their way to attack, silence or censor their audience – went on and embraced the leak. Earlier yesterday morning I was greeted with a press e-mail explaining that they’re just going to go ahead and own the press coming out of the leak instead of trying to condemn or hide it. Well, good on them for taking the high road. Continue reading

Norwegian Gaming Site Admits That Publisher NDAs Are Anti-Consumer

Bayonetta 2

One of the common complaints from people opposed to #GamerGate is that consumers aren’t gunning hard enough against AAA publishers to root out the shady deals between the people who publish games and the people who report on them. Quite naturally, if you can’t see the absurdity in that criticism against a consumer revolt, there’s really nothing I can say to convince you about the ridiculousness of that claim. However, one thing that will get publishers to change is the games media; they have to be willing to come forward about the things that consumers don’t know about and one site has done just that. Continue reading