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1UP Goes Hands-On With Nintendo Land and Wii U's Revised Controller

1UP- "Check out video of us playing with the new GamePad and four of Nintendo Land's minigames." (Animal Crossing: Sweet Day, Donkey Kong's Crash Course, E3, NintendoLand, Takamaru's Ninja Castle, The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest, Wii U)

jacen100  +   1272d ago
hmm they said it looks better than the vita it does look crisp
PopRocks359  +   1272d ago
The way I see it, if the general public got to see this conference it would not have been received so poorly. The folks actually there seem to be having a blast while the message the console was trying to convey was completely lost in translation.
jacen100  +   1272d ago
People havent grasped the concept yet, i like what they are doing and im sure the games are gonna look good aswell, hopefully we see some in there software conference today
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Kos-Mos  +   1271d ago
The Zelda minigame looks like a lot of fun! And the controller is really sexy.

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