Nintendo’s pink puffball gets his first Wii U game, with a sequel to Power Paintbrush on the DS – but how far will its gameplay draw you in?
It’s often said that panic mode Nintendo always sees the company at its best. Like all games publishers they go through a cycle of earnest effort followed by overconfident laziness, with many of their best games arriving only after a particularly lean period of releases. But, again like any company, they also have their smaller titles, those lower budget schedule-fillers which never affect the fate of a console one way or another. Games like Kirby And The Rainbow Paintbrush.