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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 756d ago | review

Wii U | Geekenstein Review

"With the slim pickings from Nintendo and third-party publishers, there’s really no real reason to buy a Wii U at launch. The Wii U is a huge step up from the original Wii and I do believe it has a fighting chance both in this generation and the next. After the launch window is over and the shelves start to restock with Wii Us and games from the franchises you love and new IPs start to surface, then the Wii U should be put down on your “must buy” list. Until then, in true Nintendo fashion, it will only collect dust." - Dustin Triplett of Geekenstein.com (Wii U) -

G20WLY  +   756d ago
I can't believe Nintendo are deleting negative opinions about bad games from Miiverse. What a joke :(

Should be called Naziverse. I hope it says in the T&Cs, "You will believe what we want you to believe, like what we want you to like and say only what serves our gains".

It's shameful, smh
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