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  1. The Nintendo Wii U is Great Thread

    I get the impression that everyone forgets about new Shantae for U. It's coming out in December, and physical edition supposedly a bit later somewhere in first months of 2017. I second TMS #FE. If you already have Wii U do not miss this gem from Atlus. Solid jrpg which gets better each time you get a new character in your party. It brings a lot from both worlds of SMT and FE series.
  2. Modest Tech: The NX Generation (Nintendo Switch)

    6.2" is the size of Wii U gamepad screen.
  3. The Nintendo Wii U is Great Thread

    Main excitement with Mario Maker for me is Tom Hall involvement with this editor. Not sure about other users made content, but I'd love to play his puzzle-like stages. I have yet to buy it for my small collection, though. Considering Yoshi, it's funny because I had exactly the same prejudice as you about Wooly World in particular (knitted world? what?) and Yoshi's series as a whole (I've never played previous entries to say). Up until I decided to buy it for my girlfriend to play some relaxing co-op with her, seeing she's not much of a hardcore gamer. To my surprise it was pretty tight even for me and actually hard to beat with 100% collectibles found. Some of hidden unlocked stages were a real challenge to what you've already learned through out the game, they were so hard that they needed a lot of die-hard attempts to finally make it to the goal. With that, all of it was wrapped up in some cute childish game as I initially thought from the start. My advice find yourself a friend to play with and get this game. Don't get scared off by aesthetics or implied easiness. I got it for $34 or near that and I think it's worth it.
  4. The Nintendo Wii U is Great Thread

    Hey, Roderick, if you're playing Mario Maker take a look at levels made by Tom Hall (if you know what I mean) Aside from that, and if you love platformers, I'd strongly recommend Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze and Yoshi's Wooly World. These are extremely well-thought-out platformers with lots of creativity, collectibles and hidden stages.