Star Fox Zero Wii U Review - The Old School Game Vault

Star Fox Zero – Nintendo Wii U Review

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Hyrule Warriors Legends Review - The Old School Game Vault

Hyrule Warriors – Legends Nintendo 3ds Review

The Intro:

Let’s face it – executing a perfect superhero landing onto a field of battle and mowing down thousands of enemies, dozens with every attack is a lot of fun. And when you get to execute said carnage with some of your favorite characters?

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Pokemon Tournament Review - The Old School Game Vault

Wii U Pokemon Tournament Review

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Xenoblade Chronicles X Review - The Old School Game Vault

Xenoblade Chronicles X – Nintendo Wii U Review

The Intro:

2015 was the year of the open-world game. Witcher 3, Metal Gear Solid V, No Man’s Sky and Just Cause 3 featured sprawling locations and an almost endless amount of interesting things to do. The fact that Xenoblade Chronicles X holds its own when compared to these titans of the genre speaks volumes about its quality. Even after you’ve invested dozens of hours into the campaign, you’ll regularly come up against foes you haven’t seen before or pass through some previously unexplored terrain.

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Fatal Frame Maiden of the Black Water Nintendo Wii U Review

Fatal Frame Nintendo Wii U - Review

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Super Mario Maker Review - The Old School Game Vault

Super Mario Maker Review

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Yoshi’s Wolly World Review -The Old School Game Vault

Yoshi’s Wolly World Review

The Info:

Super Mario Bros is a fond part of gamers’ memories for several different reasons. It was a fun, challenging platformer that rewarded skill and timing and featured a colorful, cutesy universe.

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Splatoon – Nintendo Wii U Review - The Old School Game Vault

Splatoon

The Intro:

By their very nature, shooters are all about violence. Usually, the grim, gritty, blood splattered kind of violence. In recent times, however, there have been a whole spate of games which challenge the genre tropes they fall under.

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Super Smash Bros Wii U Review - The Old School Game Vault

Super Smash Bros Wii U

Intro:

If you played Smash Bros. on the Wii U, your first thoughts after you look at this edition might be – “Well, this looks like a replica of the 3DS game.” After all, it has the exact same roster and the same plot.

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Sports Club Wii U Review - The Old School Game Vault

Nintendo Wii U Sports Club

The Intro:

Whatever else happens in the franchise from here on, the original Wii Sports will always have a place in gaming history. This is because it was one of the games that was released along with the Wii when the console was first introduced to the world.

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Mario Kart 8 Wii U Review - The Old School Game Vault

Mario Kart 8

The Intro:

If you’ve been playing Mario Kart for any amount of time, you might have observed that certain people are drawn to certain kinds of powerups. For example, people who love the lightning bolt seem to enjoy creating havoc on the racetrack.

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NES Remix 2 Wii U Review - The Old School Game Vault

NES Remix 2 - Nintendo Wii U

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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Wii U Review

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Donkey Kong Country Wii U Review Intro:

Donkey Kong is one of the most iconic franchises in the history of gaming. Anyone who grew up with the old generation of 8-bit consoles has tons of memories of trying to rescue a princess while trying to stay alive as a gigantic gorilla rained all kinds of obstacles around them.

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