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Submitted by jjdoyle 453d ago | preview

Wii Party U Impressions (NWR)

"GamePad games make for a bigger, more fun party. (Updated with off-screen video)

Snubbed by some party games fans because it didn't have Mario in the title, Wii Party on the Wii console was a very fun game with deeper, more interactive games than is usual in this genre. Not content with having players mash a button or rotate a control stick as quickly as they could, the mini-games would have you try to deceive your opponents, or use the Wii Remote in some novel ways to offer games that could be played around the house and not just on the television.", writes NintendoWorldReport. (Wii Party U, Wii U)

thomasmiller  +   452d ago
This does look like a fun title definitely blows away wii play!! I liked the first one and the second one just looks so much better! I will be there to get my copy for me and my friends who like casual games, and cannot wait for the wild spin the bottle game as well!!

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