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Super Mario Maker

If you’re looking for a reason to promote the Wii U gamepad, look no further. Building your custom platform levels has never been this easy – at least within strict restrictions that limit your creative freedom.

Tearaway Unfolded

The connection between game and player is not as deep as on Vita. But the “big” Tearaway is a beautiful detour into a paper world full of creative design ideas.

Act of Aggression

While campaign and interface are not on par with genre standards, the skirmishes against AI controlled opponents and human generals surprise with explosive battles and unit variety.

One Piece Pirate Warriors 3

The PS4-premiere of the anime pirates plays like classic Tecmo Koei warriors – with all its glory and all the hate you might associate with it.

Mad Max

If you focus on the main and the wasteland missions you’ll discover a tight and gripping story with characters that George Miller will certainly approve of – as well as the intense and explosive action. But if you stray from the path you’ll only find generic collecting in an open world that doesn’t offer too much variety.

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition

The biggest problem of the Infinity franchise is the terribly low difficulty level, but thanks to the tremendous atmosphere the Star Wars playsets deliver solid entertainment for kids and adults alike. The big star (as usual) is the Toybox anyway.

Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut

Even though the director’s cut is better than the original, mainly thanks to the interesting story there is no denying that the ego puzzler is still in GlaDOS’ merciless hands.

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos

It is fun but it is not always easy on the eyes and in terms of gameplay as thin as the next supermodel.