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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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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.
- 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
Top customer reviews
With over 80 mini games, there is a great variety of games in which to play. I was impressed with the creativity of and ingenuity in so many of the games. With so many mini games, you would think that many of the games would be redundant, but they are not and the games enable kids and adults to exercise their memory, observation, and math skills.
The board and mini games are extremely kid/family friendly. The game topics range from sports (Basketball, swimming), to racing (remote control cars, racing on animals), to cooking (remembering which ingredients the chef used to make soup). Even the games that involve any kind of combat are safe for children (i.e., characters are on pogo sticks and you have to "bump" the other characters off a platform; all characters have balloons attached to their helmets and you use your hammer to pop their balloons;).
For each game, the controls and rules are carefully laid out so that they are easy for young and old to grasp quickly. The controls are very straight forward and consistent, and in some cases, you have the opportunity to "practice" in order to better understand the rules and controls before playing.
You have House Party mode (Group/team oriented games), TV Party Mode (5 Types of board games and access to all mini-games), and GamePad Party Mode (Play 6 game types with just the GamePad). Our favorite is TV Party Mode. In particular, the "Balldozer" game which randomly selects 5 mini games that participants compete in across 5 rounds. It is a great way to eventually play through all of the mini-games. My 7-year old son especially likes going straight to the mini-games and playing them directly (and repeatedly).
Wii U Party also makes great use of the GamePad and how you can use it standalone (no-TV) or in conjunction with the other Wii U remotes in House Party or TV Party Mode.
We have had the game for two years now and even with a slew of Lego, Disney Infinity, and Mario games, we still play it a lot. Since we have fun with the two player games and it is especially good for families, mixed age groups, and even those who are not "traditional" gamers for those 3 to 4 player games, I believe its "replayability" will remain high.
I highly recommend it for your Wii U game library.
Incluye un WiiRemotePlus con Forro, baterías y cordel de seguridad, además de ser la nueva versión en cuya tapa dispone del Boton 'sync' de fácil acceso sin quitar el forro ni la tapa de las baterías.
Además incluye una pequeña base para colocar el WiiUGamePad de forma completamente horizontal.
Excelente producto y relación precio/valor.
Great mini-games, ideal for sharing with family, you can also play but the experience just is not the same.
Includes WiiRemotePlus, batteries, in addition to being the new version of the lid has 'sync' easily accessible without removing the cover or battery cover.
Also includes a small base to place the WiiUGamePad in a completely horizontal.
Excellent product and price / value.
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.
However, the board game stuff slows down everything, and most of my friends agree that it is quite boring to watch the animations. Besides most mini games lack depth, so they can get old really quick. Some games are even dependent on pure luck which is not enjoyable.
This game is a great value, considering that a Wii remote is included.