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Submitted by GamersXTREME 1011d ago | review

Gamers XTREME - Nintendo Land Review (Wii U): “Classic Nintendo Gaming Goodness”

Rocknrogue0124: "I’ll be honest; I really wanted to give Nintendo Land a higher score simply because it was just that much fun to play both alone and with friends. Sadly, there are some hindrances that prevent this from being a near perfect experience. However this is not a bad thing; Nintendo Land’s primary goal is to show you what the Wii U’s capabilities are in terms of gameplay and it does exactly that. There is not one attraction in this game that does not work the way it should and the variety provides everyone something they will enjoy. The exceptions of attractions based on Star Fox, Kirby and Pokémon is a little odd, but I say let’s leave all of that for Smash Bros." (NintendoLand, Wii U) 8.5/10

lucastillwww   1011d ago | Spam

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