GamesRadar - Wii Reviews, 07 Oct 2013 13:34:34 -0700Just Dance 2014 review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p> Is this next Just Dance title worth dancing to? Find out in our review… </p>Mon, 07 Oct 2013 13:34:34 -0700 Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p>Though Epic Mickey was an enjoyable trip through Disney nostalgia, flaws kept it from being the epic adventure we hoped it would be. Disney's Epic Mickey: The Power of Two looks to solve that, but ends up falling into a vat of thinner, instead of filling out the world...</p>Fri, 16 Nov 2012 21:01:00 -0800 Giants Review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p><strong style="font-weight: normal;" id="internal-source-marker_0.7654097143094987">Step into the world of Skylands. Is the next Skylanders adventure worth your time? Read our review and find out...</strong></p>Thu, 08 Nov 2012 14:00:00 -0800 Dance 4 review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p>Just Dance 4 hits the dance floor once again. Find out in our review if the Kinect-enabled sequel has what it takes to be the life of the party...</p>Mon, 22 Oct 2012 13:00:00 -0700 Harry Potter: Years 5-7 review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p>If you have played any of the other LEGO games you already know what to expect with LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. Set in the LEGOfied wizarding world, the newest iteration never delivers on moving the series beyond what has already been done, but it does provide solid gameplay, plenty of fan service, and the charm the LEGO games have become known for...</p>Thu, 17 Nov 2011 16:30:23 -0800 Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p>These days, it's generally inadvisable to purchase a game sight unseen without checking reviews first, but if there's any series that merits complete trust based on its track record, it's Zelda. So it's no surprise that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is a must-play not only for all Zelda fans, but all Wii owners in general. In nearly every way, it upholds the high standard of the series and is a worthy entry to mark Zelda's 25th anniversary...</p> Fri, 11 Nov 2011 00:17:58 -0800 Last Story review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p>Some say that The Last Story is an appropriate title for Mistwalker's Japanese role-playing game. After all, it's coming during the twilight hours of the Wii's lifecycle. Is it an appropriate swan song for Nintendo's blockbuster console?</p>Tue, 21 Aug 2012 17:00:16 -0700 Smash Bros. Brawl's practically no reason to offer a review of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It's going to sell millions upon millions of copies regardless of what anyone says. We all know it's phenomenally fun and destined to become Wii's biggest game of all time, so what else should a review even bother to say? Spend 500 words arguing about wave dashing or meteor smashes? Nah, we'll just say "buy this immediately" and let you get back to smashing.Thu, 06 Mar 2008 15:29:19 -0800 Chronicles review<p> <a href=""><span class="cms_image "><img src=""/></span></a> </p><p>Fans clamored, Nintendo listened, and now Xenoblade Chronicles is finally hitting the States. An RPG epic in every sense of the word, Xenoblade Chronicles is the sort of classical, hardcore game that Wii has so sorely lacked. But with expectations so high, can a Wii RPG deliver in 2012? Read our review to find out...</p>Tue, 03 Apr 2012 15:39:17 -0700 Other M review<p align="center"><a href="" target="_self"><img style="PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 0px; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-TOP: 0px" title="" border="0" alt="" src=" Other M/Everything Else/Finished/082710_metroidotherm_content--article_image.jpg"></a></p> <p></p> <p>Since its introduction last year, Metroid: Other M has been touted as several different things. Some promotional materials suggest it&#8217;s a brand-new take on the franchise, depicting Samus Aran as an ass-kicking, skull-crushing heroine with hot new moves from developer Team Ninja. Other days Nintendo claims it&#8217;s still the Metroid you know and love, full of hidden power-ups and long periods of total isolation &#8211; just you against the hostile environment. And there&#8217;s still a third angle that says Other M is all about Samus&#8217; personal background, and the story will be the most intense, cutscene-filled extravaganza a Nintendo console has ever seen.</p> <p>These three viewpoints are indicative of the game itself &#8211; it&#8217;s a collection of very different ideas sandwiched into one game that occasionally can&#8217;t pull them all together. It often feels like Team Ninja had an idea, and Nintendo had an idea, and neither game was fully realized, opting instead to mash together first and third-person views when one or the other would have sufficed. Make no mistake, Other M has a few outstanding, franchise-defining moments as it draws to a close, but overall it&#8217;s a bit of a letdown...</p> Fri, 27 Aug 2010 17:05:47 -0700