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Submitted by -Mezzo- 877d ago | review

PluggedIn - Nintendo Land Review

PluggedIn - Let's start this review with what you start this game with: your controller. Because with the new Wii U, the Nintendo guys and gals have decided to shake things up a bit. Sure, you can still use the old Wii motion-sensing remotes on some games, but the new wireless kid in town is a two-handed gizmo that's about 10 inches wide, six inches high and carries all sorts of extras—including a 6.2-inch touchscreen, a camera, a microphone, its own speaker system, a built-in gyroscope and accelerometer, analog thumbsticks, buttons, triggers, (NintendoLand, Wii U) -

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