Authors Posts by Adam Miller

Adam Miller

By day, Adam is a mild-mannered artist, musician, writer, and gamedev, but by night, he fights tirelessly in a three-day loop to keep the moon from crashing down.
SteamWorld Heist Review (Wii U)

SteamWorld Heist does little to take advantage of Wii U’s capabilities, but is still one of the best indie games on the system.
Lovely Planet Review (Wii U eShop)

Lovely Planet for the Wii U eShop delivers a fun, charming, and unique take on the FPS genre that emphasizes speedrunning and platforming over killstreaks.
Prismic Studios Talks Gnomes vs. Fairies for Wii U

Indie developer Dano Kablamo from Oklahoma-based studio Prismic Games talked to us about his upcoming Wii U eShop game called Gnomes vs. Fairies.
6180 the moon Review (Wii U eShop)

6180 the moon on Wii U is a short, but enjoyable and incredibly unique 2D puzzle/platformer that makes great use of the GamePad’s second screen.
Mega Man Legacy Collection Review (3DS)

Mega Man Legacy Collection is a fantastic compilation that faithfully emulates the NES classics while adding a staggering amount of content and gameplay.
Outside the Realm Review (Wii U eShop)

Outside the Realm on the Wii U eShop is a short, easy, unpolished, and uninspired effort that struggles to even achieve basic gameplay elements.
Super Mario Advance 4 Review (Wii U Virtual Console)

Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 offers a new, modern presentation of the NES classic while adding several extra layers of enjoyment through bonus content.
Metroid: Zero Mission Review (Wii U Virtual Console)

Metroid: Zero Mission is the metaphorical Varia Suit upgrade to the original Metroid — better in every way, and one of the best the series has to offer.
Wild Gunman Review (Wii U Virtual Console)

Wild Gunman is a nostalgic trip down the ol’ dusty trail, but is not as strong as the other classic Zapper games on the Wii U Virtual Console.
Bigley's Revenge Review (Wii U eShop)

Bigley's Revenge on Wii U is a playable, messy, meme-saturated score-based survivor barely decent enough to kill some time — and The Illuminati!
Terraria Review (3DS eShop)

Although not the best version of the game, Terraria on 3DS is great for on-the-go gamers who thrive in the exploration and freedom of sandbox crafting.
How the Mushroom Kingdom's Koopalings Were Named

A former Nintendo employee has divulged the origins of the names for the Mushroom Kingdom’s most notorious band of delinquents: the Koopalings.