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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 598d ago | review

NintendoLand – Review | GamesCatalyst

GamesCatalyst writes:

"Nintendo Land is perhaps the most demonstrative example of the Wii U’s asymmetric gameplay, as it uses the Wii U’s GamePad to provide hugely varied interactions dependent on whether you’re on the GamePad or playing with the traditional Wii controllers.
An amusement park full of party and solo experiences, Nintendo Land is split over 12 mini-games, each of which is derived from a classic Nintendo franchise. And each is geared towards the casual and core gamer alike, tutorials are offered to those that need tuition, while experienced players are offered the chance to look after their less certain companions." (NintendoLand, Wii U) 4/5

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