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Nintendo Land (Wii U)

Nintendo Land (Wii U)
alaScore 92

59 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 59 reviews of Nintendo Land (Wii U). The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Nintendo Land (Wii U) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Nintendo Land

 

Yoshi's Fruit Cart makes good use of the GamePad. The goal is to draw a path on the GamePad for your Yoshi cart to collect fruit that's on the ground. The twist is that the fruit is invisible on the GamePad and instead is displayed on your TV. There...

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Nintendo Land

 

Like an amusement park version of Mario Party minus the board game, Nintendo Land arrives, without restrictions on which classic Nintendo series it can contain. Various characters from Nintendo's franchises are represented here, each given a little...

Nintendo Land isn’t a bad game, for free. As something that is included with the system, as long as you bought the deluxe model, this makes for an interesting tech demo, letting you and your friends try out different methods of how a game can be played...

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Nintendo Land's varied attractions offer plenty of family-friendly fun and make great use of the Wii U's capabilities.

Fun single-player attractions make good use of the Wii U tablet ; Plenty of enjoyable ways to play with friends cooperatively and competitively ; Mario Chase is a terrific twist on hide-and-seek ; Nintendo themes give the attractions some charm

A few attractions are too difficult or too shallow

Balloon Trip Breeze is a side-scrolling attraction in which you watch the television while moving the stylus on the tablet, which creates breezes that carry your balloon-wearing Mii along. The indirect control method makes avoiding floating spikes and...

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Nintendo Land Is A Window Into The Wii U’s Future

 

Love it or hate it, Wii Sports is intuitive. It's easy to grasp the idea of motion controlled gaming when you swing a remote like a tennis racket. Nintendo Land isn't as direct. It feels like Nintendo made this game so players understand what the Wii U...

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Nintendo Land Review

 

Read on for our full review of Nintendo Land, and find out why Wii Sports has met its match.

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Nintendo Land Review: Good Fun, But What Does It Mean?

 

1UP editors go review crew on Nintendo's optional Wii U pack-in.

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Nintendo Land review: Controller coaster

 

Nintendo Land is not Wii Sports, but it occupies a similar territory in the lineup of its new console: it's a pack-in (with one particular bundle), it's a minigame collection, its games are designed to teach players how to use Nintendo's latest weird...

NintendoLand is a game that brings players together in a theme park style where they can play different games together.

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No game at the launch of the Wii U does a better job of displaying the potential for the console than Nintendo Land. The twelve quality mini-games, support for multiplayer with up to five people and ranking system that encourages you to beat other...

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Nintendo Land

 

Nintendo Land is a virtual theme park with 12 Nintendo-themed attractions, or mini-games. Designed to show off the versatility of the Wii U GamePad, activities will use a combination of controls, some make use of the tilt function and others the touch scr

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Nintendo Land

 

A Theme Park of attractions that show what the Wii U can do.

Excellent team and competitive games ; Ingenious use of the Wii U Pad ; A clutch of excellent solo efforts ; Pikmin Adventure is absolutely great

Some solo games fall flat ; Monita's constant wittering

Metroid Blast is more challenging still: a five-player, first-person shooter than can be tackled in either competitive or cooperative modes. In either case, up to four players fight on foot, using a Wii remote to aim and shoot and the nunchuck...

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