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Wii Party U

by Nintendo
Nintendo Wii U
Everyone
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews) 4 answered questions 65 / 100

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  • Everyone at the party competes with his or her own Mii characters in a medley of party games.
  • Experience new ways to play with others using the Wii U GamePad.
  • Post your impressions of game sessions to Miiverse™.
  • When you want to leave the TV behind, you can choose to play exclusively on the Wii U GamePad with an array of 15 tabletop games, ranging from foosball to baseball, for two-player competitive and cooperative play.
  • In addition to the main games that everyone can play together, there are 80 minigames that can be played on your own.
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  • ASIN: B00DC7FWRE
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 5.4 x 7.7 inches ; 13.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 25, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #647 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Wii Party U comes packaged with a Wii U GamePad Horizontal Stand and a Black Wii Remote Plus.
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Wii Party U with Black Wii Remote Plus

Invite your friends over—it’s time to party! Your living room becomes a party playground as you enjoy time together in comically themed board games and minigames that get everyone off the couch. Every kind of party can be found in this one unique package, which includes a Wii Remote Plus as well as a horizontal stand for your Wii U GamePad.

Have fun together with this new medley of living room party games! Four game modes change up the way you play with the Wii Remote controllers* and GamePad. Attend a game show that tests how well others know you, or dance together to familiar tunes in House Party mode. If you’re just looking for a short burst of fun, look no further than Minigames mode, which features tournament brackets and a solo dojo fest. Try TV Party if you’re in the mood for a board game. You can also shut the TV off and play two-player tabletop games exclusively on the GamePad, which range from foosball to baseball to slot-car racing.

Key Features:
  • Turn your living room into a party playground
  • New ways to party using the GamePad
  • Offers something for everyone
  • New tabletop games can be played without a TV
  • Includes a Wii Remote Plus controller
  • Includes a horizontal stand for the GamePad

Over 80 all new games included!
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wii Party On November 1, 2013
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Wii Party U is an HD version of Wii party as another reviewer said but more than that its a fun game that makes excellent use of the gamepad. The games in this party game collection and fun for everyone and the controls are very intuitive.

This game is best for at least 3 players but 4 gets you the best effect. Its deceptively fun. I didn't really like Wii Party but this game takes the good from that one and cuts out what didn't work. What we are left with is a fun game.

I will admit I would have liked to see some other things but what is here is fun and addictive. While most games are aimed at the so called "Hardcore market", this is a game that appeals to everyone. No matter who you are, you will find something to love about this game.

The gamepad is integrated into the game in unique ways, be it sharing the gamepad for turns or using it to simulate scooping water.

The games may seem childish and silly at first, but once you start playing it becomes extremely competitive.

This comes with a Wii remote Plus so just by buying this you already have another controller for more players.

Nintendo hit the nail with this and its a great minigame collection. If you have a Wii U this is a must!
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best for 3 or more players October 29, 2013
By J. Reed
Format:Video Game
Played enough with my GF to give a brief analysis from a 2-player experience.

This game was built from the ground-up to be a 3-4 player game experience, although some accomodations were made for 2-player guests. The House Party Mode, for example, where you'll find many of the popular games including 'Name the Face' is practically inaccessible to 2 players, as most of the games there are for 3 or more players. In the other modes, including Gamepad Island and TV party, CPU opponents can be added for those mini-games requiring more than 2 players. The CPU replacements are challenging at first for the uninitiated and gaming neophytes in general, but after playing the same mini-game 2-3 times and getting a better grasp of the controls/rules, the CPU opponents, even in the hard settings, pose no challenge.

From personal preference, Gamepad Island is a step-down from its predecessor, IMO. My GF and I found passing the Gamepad back-and-forth to be bothersome after a while. In the original Wii Party, all you needed was a Wii Mote in your hand, and the simplicity of that cannot be understated, especially for casual gamers. Going from Wii Mote to Gamepad and then back to the Wii Motes again broke the seamless trance, which is important because when you're playing a mini-game collection, you want to go from one mini to another quickly to keep players interested and engaged.

'Highway Roller' is a favorite of ours, as is 'Catch the Sneak' and the one mini-game mode where the first player to the top platform is declared champion. In these modes, you win simply by beating the other player in a series of mini-games presented to you both seamlessly and simplistically.
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24 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An HD update to WiiParty October 25, 2013
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Basically it's WiiParty with different mini games.

Some are great, some are pure luck (pick a bush and hope the ostrich doesn't find you).

It has a great horse racing game where you ride different exotic animals, each with it's own strength and weakness.

The GamePad only games are very nostalgic looking. They give you the feel that you are manipulating tiny toys or old fashioned skill games.

For those of use that liked the Island board game, they now have a few different variations (we always enjoyed the island one in WiiParty).

The graphics are bright and beautiful.

Considering the current price of $49.96, you are getting a controller and a game that costs you $10.00
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fun! more "Party" style board games for the Wii U December 10, 2013
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My family (my husband, my eight year old daughter, and I) are BIG fans of the original Wii Party and played that far more than any other game we got for the Wii.

When we got the Wii U, Wii Party U was the first game we looked for, and then we waited anxiously for it to be released.

And just like the originall Wii Party, we play it constantly. It's kind of our go-to game on the Wii- we are familiar with the controls, with most of the mini-games, and the rules of play. No, there aren't any super cool surprises or edge-of-your seat suspense, but for us, that's perfect. When the three of us are playing Wii, we kinda want to sit back, be engaged, but not super active. Wii Party U is a great successor to the original Wii Party- several large games that are comprised of (all new) mini-games that you compete against one another in. There's no jumping or leaping across the room, and the use of the Gamepad is very good (we all use it but there's no constant passing it around like on some party games for the Wii U). So it's perfect for a quiet evening after dinner- we sit down together on the couch and battle it out, Wii Party style.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A couch multiplayer essential June 27, 2014
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Well, thanks to the oh-so-awesome Mario Kart 8 free game deal, a friend of my little brother's gave us a Club Nintendo code, allowing for not only our own code to be used on The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, but also for this new code to be used on a certain multiplayer bonanza that seems to be directly inspired by Mario Party. And I'm not talking about the one with Sonic the Hedgehog in it.

Wii Party U strives to be much more than just copycat game, though, and it succeeds at that.
There is a surprising amount of game modes and ways to have fun. There are multiple modes based on the traditional board-game-video-game rules, but with a twist depending on the mode.

For a notable example: Highway Rollers has you move a ginormous amount of spaces to reach the other side of the board. The numerous minigames that you'll be thrown into determine how many dice you will get to use per turn. There are spaces on the board that can also send you 20 spaces forward, backward, or give you more dice!
There's also a mode based around "fashion styles" - You collect pieces of the outfit, show up on the stage when it's nearby, and gather points for the outfit you come onstage with! Lurking around the board causes you to find shops with clothing you could either nab for the outfit, or there are spaces where you can play a minigame to gain a freebie or steal a player's piece!
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