Nintendo Land

Hitman: Absolution gets ahead

Call of Duty: Black Ops II is the UK’s #1 for a fifth week running, but what’s this at #2? It’s Hitman: Absolution all the way up from #6. This is likely to be because Agent 47’s latest is currently available for £19.99 at just about every UK...

A rough week for Nintendo

With hardly any new releases out last week, it’s no surprise that this week’s UK top 40 isn’t exactly brimming with activity. The top ten is almost unchanged – Call of Duty: Black Ops II on top, followed by Far Cry 3, FIFA 13, Just Dance 4 and...

How did the Wii U do?

Nintendo must be feel a little disappointed that there are no Wii U games in the UK top ten chart this week, especially after telling Eurogamer that they “definitely” expected there to be. They even hoped that there would be one or two in the top five. The...

An elongated Wii U UK launch guide

It’s not such a bad thing that American gamers got hold of their Wii U consoles almost two weeks before us Europeans. In those two weeks reviews of nearly all the launch games have appeared online, giving us a heads up of what to fork out for come...

GamesMaster bags the first two Wii U reviews

The new issue of GamesMaster magazine – which comes with an Xbox 360 WWE avatar outfit, Wii U poster and Xbox/PS3 joypad “skins” this month – contains the first two Wii U game reviews. Hitman: Absolution is also reviewed on Xbox 360 this issue – another first review....

Nintendo Land – hands on

If variety is the spice of life then Nintendo Land is a vindaloo with extra chillies. We’re not just talking about the variety of mini-games present but also the variety of controllers required. Aside from the touch-screen GamePad, some games require just a standard Wii remote while others...