Martyn Locker


13 games reviewed
73.8 average score
76 median score
46.2% of games recommended
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Jun 22, 2016

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is too much of a traditional JRPG to bring new players to Wii U, but it’s a solid exclusive that Shin Megami Tensei or Persona fans will adore.

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May 12, 2016

Game Freak's solitaire-meets-horse-racing mashup Pocket Card Jockey may be niche, but the gameplay is so quirky, addictive, and simply unique there's no excuse to not give it a try.

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3.4 / 5.0 - Pokken Tournament
Apr 16, 2016

Bandai Namco's Pokkén Tournament makes the fighting genre accessible to a younger audience, but does little to accommodate more experienced players.

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4.9 / 5.0 - SteamWorld Heist
Dec 14, 2015

SteamWorld Heist is another huge leap forward for Image & Form. It's more than just a worthy successor: it's a magnificent showcase for an entire genre.

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4 / 5.0 - FAST Racing Neo
Dec 8, 2015

FAST Racing NEO delivers Shin'en's trademark aesthetic polish and applies it to an otherwise fully-fledged package that racing fans will lap up.

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Nov 30, 2015

AlphaDream has refined its own RPG formula to near-perfection while accommodating another series. Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is a modern classic.

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Nov 23, 2015

Kadokawa's interpretation of Rodea the Sky Soldier on Wii U misses the mark on so many levels, and it's a prime example of how to butcher a solid idea for aerial action.

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Nov 18, 2015

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash serves up a feast for the eyes, but Camelot has lost too much of the charm and character that made its predecessors so special.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Starwhal
Nov 1, 2015

The Wii U eShop proves to be the perfect home for STARWHAL, as a multiplayer-focused gem; however, its lack of online modes make this one difficult to recommend.

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Oct 21, 2015

Three Links are better than one in the latest The Legend of Zelda game, as Tri Force Heroes' focus on multiplayer gives the series a breath of fresh air.

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