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Nintendo Land

by Nintendo
Nintendo Wii U
Everyone 10+
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews) 77 / 100

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  • Experience Nintendo's greatest game worlds in one giant theme park! Nintendo Land is a fun and lively virtual theme park filled with attractions based on popular Nintendo game worlds.
  • Each attraction features unique and innovative gameplay experiences made possible by the Wii U GamePad controller.
  • Depending on the attraction, players can play solo, compete against other players, or even team up to play cooperatively.
  • The experiences change depending on whether players are using the GamePad, a Wii Remote controller, or just watching others play on the TV screen.
  • Up to five players can participate in dynamic multiplayer modes in select attractions. Multiplayer modes require additional accessories, which are sold separately.
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  • ASIN: B002I0K3M0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 18, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Nintendo Land is a mini-game compilation specifically for play on Nintendo's Wii U game console (sold separately). The compilation releases concurrently with the Wii U console, and features 12 Nintendo franchise themed games, referred to as "attractions." These are set in an interactive theme park environment, and are designed to highlight the functionality of the new console. Additional features include: multiplayer support up to five players in select mini-games, support of Wii Remotes and Wii Remote Plus controllers, and familiar and expanded Nintendo Mii functionality.

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The Metroid Blast mini-game from Nintendo Land
Explore 12 gameworlds of the Nintendo universe in a single theme park environment in Nintendo Land.
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Nintendo's Greatest Game Worlds in One Giant Theme Park

Nintendo Land is a fun and lively virtual theme park filled with attractions based on popular Nintendo game worlds. Each attraction features unique and innovative gameplay experiences made possible by the Wii U GamePad controller. Depending on the attraction, players can choose to play solo, compete against other players, or even team up to play cooperatively. Up to five players can participate in dynamic multiplayer modes in select attractions. The experiences change depending on whether players are using the Wii U GamePad, a Wii Remote controller or just watching others play on the TV screen. However you choose to play, a whole new realm of fun awaits on the Wii U with Nintendo Land.

Key Game Features

  • Nintendo Land features fun-filled theme park attractions based on Nintendo's greatest game worlds, including Mario Chase, The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest, Pikmin Adventure and more. There are 12 attractions in all.
  • Different activities take advantage of the second screen of the new Wii U Gamepad controller in different ways. For example, simply slide a finger across the touch screen to seamlessly fire ninja stars in the action-based Takamaru's Ninja Castle. In Donkey Kong's Crash Course, tilt the GamePad left and right to safely navigate an elaborate obstacle course.
  • Dynamic multiplayer that offers different experiences in the same game. Even in the same attraction, the player using the GamePad will have a completely different experience than players using the TV: In Luigi's Ghost Mansion, the player using the GamePad is able to control a ghost invisible to players using the TV. In Metroid Blast, the player with the GamePad controls an aerial gunship versus the ground-based players using the TV.
  • The attractions are easy to pick up and play, but also contains deeper levels of play that are sure to challenge even the most experienced gamers. Metroid Blast, for example, contains a deep mission mode as well as a competitive surface-air combat mode.
  • Attractions are grouped into three types:
    • Team Attractions like Metroid Blast and The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest that offer depth and challenge for 1 to 5 players.
    • Competitive Attractions like Mario Chase and Animal Crossing: Sweet Day where 2 to 5 players compete against each other.
    • Solo Attractions like Takamaru's Ninja Castle, Donkey Kong's Crash Course and Balloon Trip Breeze, that offer simple but fun and engaging play for one player.
  • Each attraction has multiple fun challenges designed to keep visitors coming back for more. Players will receive stamps upon completing special challenges.
  • The game includes Miiverse functionality to maximize customization and fun (broadband Internet access required).

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A demonstration of five player game support from Nintendo Land
Supports up to 5 players.
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Fun Miiverse functionality.
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Crisp mini-game graphics seen in Nintendo Land
Crisp Wii U HD graphics.
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Using the stylus on the Wii U gamepad during gameplay in Nintendo Land
Gamepad touch play options.
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Product Description

Experience Nintendo's greatest game worlds in one giant theme park! Nintendo Land is a fun and lively virtual theme park filled with attractions based on popular Nintendo game worlds. Each attraction features unique and innovative gameplay experiences made possible by the Wii U GamePad controller. Depending on the attraction, players can play solo, compete against other players, or even team up to play cooperatively. Up to five players can participate in dynamic multiplayer modes in select attractions. The experiences change depending on whether players are using the GamePad, a Wii Remote controller, or just watching others play on the TV screen. Multiplayer modes require additional accessories required, which are sold separately.

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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful
By Joshua
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you have not yet purchased a Wii U, I would suggest that you take a look at the two options available before purchasing NintendoLand separately. In short, there are two versions: a Black 32GB Black Deluxe Set and a White 8GB Basic Set. I say review the two packages first because the Deluxe version comes with NintendoLand and a few bonuses for only $50 more (a small savings even if you don't consider the extras).

The packaged-in disc for NintendoLand seems to serve the same purpose as Wii Sports did for the original Wii--to demonstrate how to use the features of the new system and show the user how to use the system's hardware and software. While Sports was ultimately very simplistic in graphics and purpose, it ended up being a lot of fun for most Wii users. Despite its relative simplicity, NintendoLand has a very similar feel, and it may be enjoyable for some time to come.

In NintendoLand you are greeted by Monita, a floating screen with a single arm. Monita shows you around the NintendoLand system, and introduces you to the tablet's controls as well as the mini games that are available to you. Mini games include fan favorites such as Metroid, Link, Mario, Yoshi, Pikmin, and several others. Despite the fact that I've already picked up two other games (which I will review later) my wife and I have been playing NintendoLand for several hours. It is a lot of fun. The interaction with the wii plus remote and nun chuck are (not surprisingly) very similar to the predecessor system, so I'm not going to go to deep into those features here.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More Substance Than You'd Expect November 18, 2012
By Ephraim
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was not expecting Nintendo Land to be good. Long story short, Nintendo Land attempts to be for the Wii U what Wii Sports was for the Wii. Unlike Wii Sports, there are more than 10 different kinds of games available (these games are "attractions" in Nintendo Land and there are 12 total, and yes, there is a hub world that you can traverse that's like a theme park), and these games mostly have a surprisingly fair amount of substance. Many of these games have different modes of play and plenty have more than several levels to go through (e.g. Pikmin, Zelda, etc.). You play these games for fun, and nearly all are designed to show how the Wii U GamePad (the tablet) can be used in different ways. There's something oddly cool and neat of seeing yourself going through a training area in Metroid Blast on your tablet and getting hints specific to your role, while others are training in a completely different place with their own hints, and knowing it's all coming from the same console and you're all still in the same world. This is the supposed definition of "asymmetric gameplay": not everyone is experiencing the same thing in even the same play style. The person with the GamePad has a markedly different experience than the people on the Wii Remotes. You need to play it to understand, and you should certainly play it with another friend or more to get the most fun out of it (though half the games are solo attractions and they're mostly great).

Each of the attractions have their own "achievements" or in-game special challenges. There's five in each game. Many are fun challenges, some are just insignificant fluff that striving for doesn't necessarily add to the fun (good thing fun is what this game has in spades).
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BEST PARTY GAME EVER!! November 18, 2012
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I had this bundled in my wii u deluxe pack and thought it would be a worthless game.

I WAS 100% wrong! Not only are all the single player mini games a complete blast! BUT the multiplayer is among the BEST fun I've ever had playing a multiplier game with anyone from kids to adults. 5 player multiplayers never been so FUN! Uses great use of the gamepad.
Im honestly pretty amazed by this game.

Great for kids, and expert gamers, as well as multiplayer.

Best party game of 2012 for sure.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars If you can buy it cheap, go for it. June 28, 2014
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NintendoLand essentially serves the same purpose as the Wii Sports and Wii Play games did for the Wii. NintendoLand is a collection of minigames which are designed to teach you how to use the game pad and give you a taste of what the Wii U is capable of. This was one of the first games I bought for my Wii U, and yes, it was great for getting the hang of how the gamepad works. It had me standing up in the middle of the room moving the gamepad around to look at things. If you are playing multiplayer,the person with the gamepad can see things the other players cant. Everybody has a different experience. It was pretty cool for a first Wii U game to show what the gamepad can do.

That said, I bought it fairly cheap. I paid $20 for it used. It's pretty much on par with what you would expect from a $20 game, not a whole lot of substance or replay value. If you can find the game at a cheap price, it's worth picking up, but if I had paid more than what I did, this review would be getting a way lower rating.

My friends and I played with it off and on for about a week when I first got my Wii U. Since then, we haven't even taken the game off the shelf once. You can only play the minigames so many times before they start to get repetitive and the wow factor wears off. But I will say that if anyone comes over to my house and asks "What's a Wii U? What's so different about it?" I'll bust out this game for them.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorite mini-games out of the twelve is Mario Chase
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