Censorship at its worst.
With so few Wii U units in stores - and even fewer people having this eShop title on their radar - means the leaderboard pickings are slim.
Madden has no refreshed physics engine unlike the 360/PS3 editions, and still can't hold to a steady frame rate.
Despite egregious moderation that pulls even the slightest bit of *potentially* offensive content, MiiVerse is quite substantial plus well integrated.
I bought a basic Wii U. Yep, I wanted the basic unit. Go ahead and chastise me...
Navigation on the Wii U is confusing. I doubt anyone has picked up this behemoth (albeit a comfortable behemoth) of a controller without making a mistake.
Wii U owners unboxing their new hardware will find that the console needs a substantial download before being able to perform some basic functions
Activision and Treyarch have listed seven things NOT to do (in varying degrees) when you boot up Black Ops II.
If you've appreciated this gem from afar, you should think about getting it soon.
I'm sold on the Wii U, more or less because of what I do, so walking away unimpressed in a key piece of marketing doesn't bother me, but it does bug me in a broader sense
Activision has effectively found a way to sell Call of Duty multiple times a year, yet in the process of trying to hide that, have created a clumsily executed shooter that is competent on its best day.
The Elite side of that package is free concerning the release of Black Ops 2. In its place? A season pass for all DLC