Ghosts is polished and fun, but fails to push the series forward in any major ways
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Without a doubt, this is among the best Zelda games
I had more fun with this entry than any other game in the series
Good luck finding three friends that will waste their time with this
There is no reason you should ever play this game
Could be fun for nostalgia buffs, but don't expect any innovation
You'd do yourself a favor by watching the movies again in lieu of playing this game
Impresses as both a game and a comedy piece
Despite a lack of solo content, few games are as entertaining with friends
Perfectly playable and sometimes a nice challenge, but lacks its own identity
It's fun nostalgia, but that's about it
Mario Kart remains pure fun, and it's never been better
This odd Wii U collaboration plays like a guided tour of The Legend of Zelda's most iconic locations and characters. The price of admission? Playing a bunch of Dynasty Warriors.
For the first time in the franchise's 15-year history, you can pummel your friends on the go. It comes with some drawbacks, but not enough to get in the way of another chaotic, fun experience.
Platinum Games' sequel delivers nuanced, non-stop action that stands among the best in its genre.
Nintendo's all-stars assemble once again, resulting in one of the best reasons to own a Wii U (and eight GameCube controllers).
The little mushroom man finally gets his name on the marquee, and the result is a charming, unique, and puzzle-heavy adventure.
The chaos and fun of Saints Row is fully intact in the underworld, but a new setting can only go so far.
Ten years later, this frustrating follow-up to Canvas Curse feels shallow and soulless by comparison.
This re-release seems unnecessary at first glance, but the conclusion of Kratos' journey serves up a level of spectacle that remains impressive in 2015.