"5th Cell created quite the stir with Scribblenauts, a handheld puzzle game that mostly bound within the limitations of your imagination, when it first hit the scene in 2007. The latest installment, aptly subtitled Unlimited, gives you the tools to launch your imagination gloriously from the depths of your cortex vault and onto the screens of your television and Wii U gamepad.
While Scribblenauts Unlimited just may be the finest example of the concept utilizing all of the grand potential it has to offer, the advantages that the Wii U has to offer for the software are overlooked to an offensive degree. Don’t get me wrong, I can appreciate a game where you can ride a narcissistic robot Pegasus with a flamethrower equipped or play a game of chess with a depressed clown while wearing a frog suit, but in the end you’re still left with a bitter taste of restraint and disappointment. And this time, it’s inexcusable."