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Trials Fusion Review

on Fri, Aug 1, 2014 | By Simon Smith

There is a certain level of skill and frustration that is created as a result of the  Trials games, and its easy enough to say that it is probably what brings people to purchase them time and time again. We can be happy in knowing that the latest game in the franchise is just like those of the past and remains just as...

Score: 8

Could Call of Duty Advanced Warfare be coming to the Wii U?

on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 | By Simon Smith

You know what it seems stupid that after all these years of Activision providing Nintendo players with Call of Duty games that seems to be coming to an end. I understand franchises like Battlefield by EA games ignoring the Wii U because they have never really supported Nintendo platforms at all with that particular franchise...

New Nintendo Direct/ Hyrule Warriors Direct coming Monday

on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 | By Simon Smith

We knew there was going to be a new Nintendo Direct eventually however I was expecting that we would see one that talks about multiple games including a release date for Super Smash Brothers on the Wii U as well as a Majora’s Mask remake. Instead this Monday we will be seeing a Nintendo Direct fully dedicated to...

Comparing versions Batman Arkham Origins Wii U vs Xbox 360

on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 | By Simon Smith

If you read Gameluster you will be aware that I published a review of Batman Arkham Origins a while back, the review I wrote was about the game itself and the key parts and features the things I didn’t take note of is how certain versions of the game compare, when I reviewed Batman Arkham Origins I played the Xbox 360...

Mario Kart 8 has sold 2.8 million units

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on Wed, Jul 30, 2014 | By Simon Smith

Many of us were surely expecting Mario Kart 8 to be a big seller for Nintendo and the Wii U and why wouldn’t be the games are fun to have with friends and to cause vendetta’s between each other, actually with that in mind I should actually question why anyone would play these games if they just ruin friendships...

Zelda Wii U is set “in an open world without barriers”

on Tue, Jul 29, 2014 | By Simon Smith

If any of us thought The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds meant big changes for the future of the Zelda franchise with all the different ways the game changed up the formula from any and all past games in the franchise with the ability of renting items during the adventure and using that to have freedom in how you...