"Razor's Edge is Ninja Gaiden 3 with fan criticism addressed, as Team Ninja have spent the months between the original's launch and this retuned Wii U version tinkering."
"It makes good use of simple and proven mechanics, and while it's a platformer on the surface, it's an adventure game at its core."
"The Wii U version has gained so many new things and the game is more accessible to a wider audience: this feels like the definitive version."
"The title was originally designed for platforms without the extra options the Wii U offers, so there's little additional content here."
"Tank! Tank! Tank! is one of the most straight forward game titles in recent years. It's got tanks, giant robots... what's not to like?"
"This is a fun, accessible and well-crafted racer that deserves your attention."
Warren Spector's Epic Mickey is back.
"It'll be dismissed by some as just a collection of mini-games. But it's a collection of well made mini-games."
"Level design is superior to other games - so much so that it's easier to ignore the fact that everything strikes us as a mite too familiar."
"It's made up of some of the most boring missions in the history of the franchise...at times this feels like a pastiche - a parody."
"Whether you're in the middle of an intense race, or just cruising around to explore and find cars and billboards, Fairhaven is a pleasure to drive in."
"If you cut away at all the Bond-specific trimmings, all you're left with is a CoD clone, and not a particularly good one at that."
Spyro and his Skylanders friends are joined by Giants this time around, but is the adventure as fun as the first time around?
"My opponents are killing me. They intercept my passes, steal my ball, catch every rebound. This is annihilation - but beautiful to look at."
"It is a near-impossible task for EA to satisfy all FIFA fans, but they should certainly be commended for making a wholehearted attempt."
"A full compliment of modes both online and off, galleries, customisation options and ending movies prove Tag 2's been treated as the real deal rather than offshoot oddity."
"This is a fully playable comic book that's top notch from the beginning to - well, let's say, nearly the end."
"Congratulations to Rocksteady: it's pulled off the same trick on us for a third time in a row - and it still feels fresh, haunting and funny all at the same time."
"Consider this the second act, the better half, the conclusion after the cliffhanger - Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi (without the weak bits) rolled into one."