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Wii Party U Hands-On Impressions - Party Phil, Please, Marry Me | Twinfinite

Andres from Twinfinite writes, "Some games may be a lot more fun while you are drunk. One of those games is probably going to be Wii Party U. In the time Yamilia and I had with the game, we were shown a few different mini-games that employed the various ways to play with the Nintendo Wii U, from using any combination of the television, the GamePad, and even the camera on the GamePad. At some point, everyone in the room agreed that, yes, this game would be hilarious if alcohol were involved. Wii Party U is just shaping up to be that kind of game, if the mini-games we got to try were any indication. Still, that is no basis for whether or not it’s an excellent all-around party game. Let's see whether or not this is a party worth going to." (Wii Party U, Wii U)

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