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Submitted by TheDCD 438d ago | review

The Wonderful 101 Review (Gamerhub)

Despite camera and gameplay problems, these 101 save the day. Just barely. (The Wonderful 101, Wii U) 8/10

DDDGirlGamer85  +   439d ago
meh
gamerlive  +   439d ago
Nintendo is finally bringing quality games out for Wii U.
Tiqila  +   438d ago
I knew this game was not for me
PopRocks359  +   438d ago
Based on a positive score?
Tiqila  +   438d ago
based on a review
_QQ_  +   438d ago
What i don't understand at all are the camera complaints,have you never played DOTA? have you never played StarCraft?Diablo? they all have the same camera,honestly i think reviewers may have forgotten they could zoom in and out and kept the camera zoomed in because thats the only way that complaint would make sense.

As for the controls,well today we for sure find out if that complaint is legit or reviewers just can't adapt to the game.not hacking at this review as much as all of them.
scissor_runner  +   438d ago
DOWNLOADING THE GAME NOW...!

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