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Gravity Badgers 


I feel bad for Nintendo. They try to get into the app craze as interest is waning. Nintendo fought the app surge at first, and then jumped on board as gamers have begun to lose interest. This is where Gravity Badgers comes into play. This is an app flinger on the Wii U. Sadly it is not even a good app flinger.

Gravity Badgers looks okay. Well for a next gen game it does not look that great. If this was on the iOS or Android platforms it would look okay. There is some violence in Gravity Badgers. We can crash our badgers into planets, send them flying off into space, and hurt bosses. They can also damage our badgers.

Gravity Badgers is not a very memorable game. Mindless guesses are the order of the day in Gravity Badgers. We have no guide to tell us if we are going to hit something or avoid something. Angry Birds knows how to add a guide. Gravity Badgers is behind the curve and standards of app flingers on the iOS. Let alone to be on a next generation system. Maybe you think the Wii U is a last gen system. That would make Gravity Badgers even worse.

The music in Gravity Badgers is rockish and loud. I liked it. In fact the music is about the only thing I appreciated in Gravity Badgers on the Wii U. It kept me awake as I tried to figure out the strange physics.

The gravity in Gravity Badgers is really touchy. I failed numerous levels trying to figure out how intense the pushes and pulls are in Gravity Badgers. I actually have an easier time threading a needle than trying to find the exact right angle in Gravity Badgers. The ultimate determination is Gravity Badgers is too difficult for most families. It leads to frustration, irritation, and real world anger.

I really wish Gravity Badgers was more fun to play. The whole badgers theme is interesting. It never quite clicked for me. I could see where Wales Interactive Ltd was trying to go with it. A few improvements would help this franchise tremendously.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Wales Interactive Ltd
Developer: Wales Interactive Ltd

Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}

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