this game is awsome! my favorite game is luigi's ghost mansion, and some of the solo games can have more than one person (i know dk crash course and balloon trip) so even with solo games lot's of people can enjoy it!
I was lucky enough to go to the Wii U event and actually get my hands on a Wii U for 2 hours. I played 3 of the mini games and they were awesome! The donkey kong one is tough, the Zelda one was a blast and my kid liked the ninja game. I was on the fence on if I was going to buy a Wii U, after today, I can't wait to buy one.
I can't wait for this game, but I have a request. If Nintendo wants this game to be the Wii Sports of Wii U, they might want to include this game with the new console, or New Super Mario Bros U. The games look awesome, but I hope this game uses Nintendo Network so you can play those multiplayer mini-games with people across the world . Or maybe having the opportunity to play with computer players. Anyway, I'm very excited for this game!
Hello gamers and welcome to part 2 of my wii u previews. today we i will take a look at nintendo land. based on the numerous trailers and gameplays. nintendo land looks like a fun filled nintendo theme park. i will talk about a few of the 10 games. in animal crossing sweet day there are 3 people who controll wii u remotes and they collect candies. while the 2 chasers try to hit the collectors and they controll the wii u gamepad. the winner is determined when either the time runs out or all 3 collectors have been hit. and in donkey kong crash course you are this barrel on wheels and you tilt the wii u game pad into the direction you want to go. too fast and you smash into the wall too slow and you tip over. and finally. i dont know the exact name of the game but in this game you are your mii and your hiding from ghosts in aluigis mansion type game. so overall this game is awesome looking. p.s i messed up and said new super maro bros u released new years eve i made a mistake it releses the day the wii u comes out just like nintndo land
This gives the Wii U a bad rap
Ok, it must be me, I see lots of great reviews for this game, I just don't get it. I got it with the deluxe Wii U and poor it bad. Its meant to give you some idea of what you can do with the Wii U. If you show this game to hard core gamers they will never buy a Wii U, it just look like a Wii. First off most games require more than one player, I play on my own mostly so epic fail there. There is a one player driving game, that MAKES you look at the pad and steer with the pad. Now the TV graphics are rubbish but the pad graphics n this game would shame an 8 bit retro gamer. So you looking at the bad graphics on the pad and missing all the action on the screen. They could put what they like on the TV cause you never see it while you only use the pad. Sorry just don't get this game, really low quality graphics and game play. Should be free but no way the price they want for it. I know Nintendo is trying to reach a wider audience but this is so bad, this is why gamers did not buy the Wii. Avoid unless you like typical low quality Wii games.
Great game to get to know the Wii U
This is a very cool game. I spend hours playing it everyday. It has very creative and addicting minigames in it, like Mario Chase, Luigi's Ghost Mansion, and Pikmin Adventure. It's simple and doesn't include much, but it doesn't need to. Nintendo Land is an awesome game all around and a must have for the Wii U.
Great Game For The Wii U!
All I have to say, is WOW! The graphics are really great, and the games are so much fun. The lasting appeal is a 10 because you will always want to play this game. Believe me, this game is not a waste of money!
Warning: Read Before Preordering
I recommend not preordering this yet. The reason is there is a high chance this is a pack-in title with the Wii U. I mean, I'm sure GameStop wouldn't charge you then or something. Still, until the launch details are released (Wii U price, date, and what's in the box), I'd hold off on this particular preorder. This is most likely the Wii Sports equivalent for Wii U. With that being said, this looks fun, though not worth $50 or anything. I mean, it's simply a dozen minigames. I hope it's a pack-in. If not, I won't pay more than $20 for it. If you want some bigger Wii U experiences, preorder Pikmin 3, Rayman Legends, New Super Mario Bros 3, or ZombiU, among others.
Great start up game for the U!
This the "NintendoLand" WiiU Game Review:
This game basically does for the U what Wii Sports did for the Wii (show you how to use the new console). This game shares all the main "Classic" Nintendo games characters in their own park attractions (like Mario, Zelda, Metriod, Pikmin, etc). It has twelve main games that go into extra games or modes in each, and several other games and stuff you can do through out this game. You can play some games with just one player or go all the way up to five and play cooperatively or competitively. Some games are far more challenging and fun than others and some feel just for kids in ways. The addition of the Miiverse is great and you can post comments, pics, best scores, and even ask for help and questions about anything on the U or its games.This is a game for everyone, the fam will love it, and this can be a big party game too. You can get this game with the WiiU Deluxe version for $350.00 or by itself for $60.00 if you get the WiiU Basic version which itself is $300.00. As much as I like Nintendoland I personally don't feel its worth the full price of $60.00. I believe it is this price because of all the "Classic" Nintendo characters and their game-modes you get with this game. Really only if you are a true Fan-boy (like me) should buy it for that price OR just buy the WiiU Deluxe and save $10.00 plus you get so much more in the Deluxe anyway. I feel I will enjoy this game for the life of the U and think its worth getting. For it being a start-up kind of game I give it 4 out of 5 (if it was a stand alone game it would only get a 3 out of 5).
Fun mini games, no lasting appeal.
NintendoLand was the first title I experienced after purchasing the Wii U (mainly because the title came in the deluxe set that I purchased). This game is merely a compilation of mini games and helps show users ways in which the gamepad can be utilized. There were very few games I didn't enjoy. It's definitely worth checking out to see how the gamepad is utilized. There are even a few mini games that can hook you for longer than the 5 to 10 minutes (Yoshi's Fruit Cart and the Donkey Kong mini game in which the name escapes me). Overall, I wouldn't exactly recommend buying this for the 60 dollars it's going for new and whatever it is used but if you haven't purchased the Wii U and are looking to do so go for the Deluxe bundle and check this game out.