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Submitted by GrimMedia 984d ago | review

Nintendo Land Review | Gaming Examiner

Nintendo Land is a destination, a hub of all things Wii U. A new playground that highlights the possibilities of the Wii U and Wii U GamePad controller. It’s a centralized gaming paradise that brings a social experience to Wii U gamers, along with some pretty terrific features and mini-games.

Nintendo has created quite the amusement park for online gaming with Nintendo Land. Just like a real amusement park, there’s a little something for everyone. In total, Nintendo offers 12 current attractions that are themed after steadfast Nintendo icons or their smaller fan-favorite cousins. Some of these themes include Zelda and Mario, where others are a little less mainstream like Pikmin. Although each attraction can vary in the target audience or gameplay styling, the amusement park itself is an enthusiastic, wonderland of activity. (NintendoLand, Wii U) 8.5/10

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