Terraria

Terraria

2016

System
Wii U
Publisher
505 Games
Developer
Re-Logic

7.5

Game Rating

User Ratings: 6

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
8
Genre
Adventure, Platformer, RPG
Release Date

Wii U

  • 9th Jun 2016 (UK/EU)
  • 16th Jun 2016 (USA)
Series
Terraria
Official Site
terraria.org

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Reviews

  • 30

    Wii U eShop / Wii U

    Review Terraria

    Now more complete

    After a half-year wait, Terraria is now also available on the 3DS's big brother system. The handheld release suffered from some annoying issues, mostly related to hardware limitations, so does the Wii U version fare any better? For those who weren't really interested in the game up until this point, Terraria is a 2D sandbox game...

About The Game

Carve out your own adventure in Terraria, a 2D side-scrolling sandbox of infinite possibilities for Wii U. Dig, build and fight as you explore a sprawling fantasy realm that spans vast oceans, icy wastes, dark dungeons and more.

Create and demolish the world as you see fit, using the Wii U GamePad touch screen to reach directly into the world of Terraria and sculpt it with ease. Whether you ascend to the skies in pursuit of adventure or excavate into the deepest depths of the earth, every terrain is brimming with raw materials waiting to be gathered and transformed into limitless creations. Build whatever you imagine with more than 100 different types of blocks, from small dwellings to immense fortresses!

As you explore, you'll discover that Terraria is teeming with all kinds of mythical monsters and behemoth bosses, from armoured skeletons to zombies, sharks, unicorns, and even the Eye of Cthulhu. Craft armour, swords, firearms, traps and magical powers – whatever suits your play style – to fight any foe that stands in your way. You can also create equipment, such as diving gear, rocket boots and even a GPS, to help you get around Terraria's randomly generated landscapes.

Work together with up to eight players online, or gather three friends locally to join you in four-player split-screen multiplayer, and explore this unpredictable but constantly surprising world. Players can dig in using either the GamePad, Wii U Pro Controller, or Wii Remote and Nunchuk. You can share highlights of your escapades on Miiverse and compare your progress with other players on a global leaderboard too!

When your only limit is your imagination, where will your adventures in Terraria take you?