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Ninterview: Ahmed Bin Fahad Discusses Building the W...
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Soapbox: How The Evolution Of Pokémon Can Unexpecte...
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Review: Kirby: Planet Robobot (3DS)
3 days ago
Feature: Teams and Details Take Shape as The Gauntle...
Fri 20th May 2016
Poll: Do You Want The Rumoured 'MH' Next Generation ...
Talking Point: The Online Reaction to Teddy Together...
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Wii U eShop
Swords & Soldiers II
Affordable Space Adventures
Minecraft: Wii U Edition
Five Ways FAST Racing NEO Isn't F-Zero
6,437 views | Wed 9th Dec 2015
F-Zero Reborn in Hero Mode | FAST Racing NEO
21,458 views | Fri 4th Dec 2015
FAST Racing NEO Speed Comparison
18,645 views | Thu 3rd Dec 2015
Splatoon Luna Blaster Neo Gameplay Showcase 60fps
2,134 views | Fri 30th Oct 2015
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Lost Reavers [Wii U eShop]
225 replies | 2 days ago
3Souls [UPDATE: New Trailer!] [Wii U eShop]
16 replies | 3 days ago
Super Meat Boy [Wii U eShop]
18 replies | 5 days ago
Star Fox Guard [Wii U eShop]
49 replies | 5 days ago
Dragon Fantasy Book II: The Black Tome of Ice is adventuring onto the North American Wii U and 3DS eShops on May 26th! [Wii U eShop]
9 replies | 6 days ago
Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus Discussion ~Cuddling Onto The Wii U eShop On March 31st~ [Wii U eShop]
60 replies | 6 days ago
All Upcoming Wii U eShop Titles! [Wii U eShop]
90 replies | 7 days ago
8-Bit Hero! A Wacky 8-Bit 3D Action-Adventure Title Is Trumpeting Onto The Wii U eShop! [Wii U eShop]
9 replies | 7 days ago
FAST Racing Neo General Discussion OUT NOW! [Wii U eShop]
247 replies | 7 days ago
Feature Finding Top Speed in FAST Racing NEO
"It's been the biggest production for us. We're sure it'll pay off"
Hands On Learning to Enjoy Death in RIVE
Two Tribes isn't cute and cuddly any more
Hands On Aperion Cyberstorm is Bringing a Welcome Slice of Twin-Stick Shooting Action to Wii U
We play, and play, and play, in the score chasing mode
Feature The Biggest Wii U Games of 2015 - Q4 Edition
Goodies to finish off 2015
First Impressions Taking A Shot At Fatal Frame: Maiden Of Black Water
"I like it here...She's calling me."
Hands On Digging Deeper With Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows
An explosive addition
Hands On Popping Wheelies In Pumped BMX+
Becoming the raddest & baddest
First Impressions Digging into Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows
Interview James Hoag on Aiming High With Wii U Platformer Mekazoo
"Our goal is to make the best platformer ever. We want to aim for that."
First Impressions Getting Down with Shantae: Half-Genie Hero
Don’t call it a reboot
Guide 9 Tips for Playing Runbow
Get up and running
Interview Brainseed Factory Discusses Typoman's Origins, Wordy Development and Making Use of the GamePad
"We're very fortunate that Typoman's concept has been well received so far"
Interview Simogo and Dakko Dakko Explain Why Year Walk is "Coming Home" on Wii U
"The GamePad becomes the link between the player and the game."
Talking Point Fatal Frame's Trial Version and Limited Edition Highlight Nintendo's Shifting Approach to Retail
The eShop can be key for smaller retail releases
Interview 13AM Games on Getting Up to Speed With Runbow
"When we go to parties it's always the Wii U out entertaining everyone"
Reaction The Concept of eShop 'Early Access' is Both Exciting and Slightly Terrifying
Tom Whitehead thinks it would be the best of times, and the worst
Feature The Biggest Wii U eShop Games of 2015 - Summer Edition
Plenty of choices
Feature The Biggest Wii U Retail Games of 2015 - Summer Edition
E3 has added some new hits
Feature Our Impressions of the Full Nindies@Home Line-Up
Some delights are on the way
Feature Humble Nindie Bundle - The Developer's Perspective
"I won't pretend I saw it coming, but it does make sense"
Feature Explaining Humble Bundle and What it Could Mean for Nintendo and Nindies
There are many winners
Talking Point The Fragility of Buying Download Games
Download stores have changed what it means to own a game
Editorial The eShop's Pricing Dilemma is the Fault of Many, But Damages Creativity and Risk Taking
More for less isn't sensible or fair