From the monthly archives:

March 2011

Lost In Shadow: Lost in Translation?

March 18, 2011

One thing I’ve been impressed with since I purchased my Wii is the ability for game developers to take an age-old, simple concept, like the platform game, and manipulate it into something new and exciting just by putting sort of a fresh spin on it. While the Lost in Shadow Wii game does take some […]

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You Don't Know Jack for the Wii

March 17, 2011

Makes Screwing with Your Friends Even Funnier! You Don’t Know Jack has been one of my favorite games for a long time, and is easily, in my opinion, the only trivia-based video game ever released to actually “get it.” My siblings and I would gather around a computer keyboard for hours, doing our best to […]

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Wii De Blob 2 Splashes Color on Your Wii

March 16, 2011

The original De Blob for Wii was a game I never got a chance to play, despite the assurances of friends that it was a lot more exciting than the colorful exterior let on. Looking mostly like a kids game, that box did little to convince me there was a smart, enjoyable platformer inside, and […]

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Nerf Wii Remote: A Match Made in Heaven

March 15, 2011

There’s a general consensus out there that the Wii is a kids system, and as such, the console has been flooded with games geared toward the younger set, usually with accessories to match. While this makes for a lot of shoddy titles and hardware being made for the system, nostalgic gamers will be happy to […]

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Wii Rango Shoots and Misses (Just by a Little)

March 12, 2011

Games based on movies, especially kids movies, are really a mixed bag when it comes to quality. You’ve got your great titles, and then you’ve got some that just don’t come up to par. The Wii Rango game is somewhere in the middle. There is a distinct feel to the game that tells you the […]

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