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Submitted by badz149 591d ago | article

TechRadar: New Wii U Games Rely on Old and New Gimmicks

TechRadar got the chance to play some of the new titles at E3 this week, and while we're always down to game, we came away with mixed feelings. Despite the new Nintendo hardware that launched late last year, the company seems to be stuck using the gimmicks of the past all too often.

But is it still too little, too late? Where's that new Zelda game? It's great to see Super Smash Bros. and more Donkey Kong Country, which Nintendo also showed off this week, but what about Metroid, Star Fox and Nintendo's many other infrequently seen first-party gems?

Nintendo has always struggled to juggle everything its myriad fans want to see, and this year is no exception. Hopefully, it all proves enough. (E3, Wii U)

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