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Submitted by CGMagazine 859d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Nintendo Land

When Nintendo launched the Wii, it came along with Wii Sports to hook in all us unsuspecting gamers. It wasn’t a pretty game or a deep game. Essentially it was hardware showcase with Nintendo announcing, “hey folks, look what we can do!” It worked. Children, college students, and adults who should know better were all instantly hooked on the previously untapped joys of motion gaming. Now that the Wii U has come along to shift Wii units to dumpsters, landfills, and Value Village locations nationwide, Nintendo has whipped up a brand new slice of show off software to demonstrate all the joys that can be had in the magical world of console/tablet gaming. (NintendoLand, Wii U) 85/100

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