BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition

BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition

2015

System
Wii U eShop
Publisher
Frogmind
Developer
Frogmind

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 2

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Action, Adventure
Release Date

Wii U eShop

  • 30th Jul 2015, $9.99 (USA)
  • 30th Jul 2015, £10.79 (UK/EU)
Official Site
badlandgame.com

Screenshots (8)

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BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot
BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot
BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot
BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot
BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot
BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot
BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition Screenshot

Reviews

  • 16

    Wii U eShop

    Review BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition

    They're watching you!

    In a dark forest, scarred by alien machinery and steeped in an unnatural silence, a strange, hairy creature bobs awkwardly across the foreground. Without really knowing what to do the player tries out a few buttons, and quickly discovers a way to keep the little furball in the air. After a few tumbles and unfortunate accidents,...

About The Game

BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition builds on the excellence of the original tablet game with completely redesigned and revamped controls, perfected for Wii U- offering full directional control over the game's characters. Levels have also been rebuilt to suit the new control mechanics.

The game's gorgeous graphics have also been given an full-HD 60fps sheen, looking amazing on a big screen. The Wii U version comes with up-to-four-player, local old-school style multiplayer gaming with full support for the Pro controller, GamePad, Motion and MotionPlus controllers. The game includes off screen play for the GamePad and features local achievements and online leaderboards to compare stats with your friends.

The new edition features over 15 hours and 100 levels of single-player story content, 100 co-op levels, and 27 multiplayer deathmatch stages for up-to-four-person old school style-local multiplayer awesomeness.