Summary: The Wii U GamePad is a lot more versatile than it looks. Some potential consumers have not been quite as inspired by the system as they were by the immediate uniqueness of the Wii and its remote controller.
Excerpt: There has been a lot of excitement concerning the Wii U here at Family Friendly Gaming. There has also been a lot of curiosity concerning NintendoLand. On paper this launch Wii U title sounds pretty arrogant. Nintendo wants their very own theme park.
Summary: " NintendoLand " is an interesting experiment. It manages to succeed in balancing both the broad accessibility of Wii Sports and a more ‘gamer’ focused title, only stumbling once or twice along the way.
Excerpt: Nintendo Land is the Wii Sports of the Wii U's launch titles. The game places your Mii inside a theme park filled with attractions. These attractions come in the form of mini-games, most of which can be played with 2 to 4 people.
Excerpt: Nintendo Land is reminiscent of another famous launch title called Wiisports in that it showcases the amazing innovative controls of the new Nintendo Wii U. Using just about every feature of the GamePad, Nintendo Land is a collection of awesomely good mini-games based on some highly popular titles...
Summary: The entire purpose behind Nintendo Land , aside from being an enjoyable party game for players of all ages and skill levels, is to show off what the technology of the Wii U can do, and it manages to achieve that very goal.
Conclusion: As I go about my day, I have to stop and wonder why I’m not just staying in and playing Nintendo Land. The game is more fun than I ever thought it would be—it smartly adds to the games as you get better at them, providing you with a greater challenge as you progress through and giving you so much...