Nintendo Land - Nintendo Wii U - £6.85 @ Shopto
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Nintendo Land - Nintendo Wii U - £6.85 @ Shopto

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Found 12th Dec 2014Made hot 12th Dec 2014
Seems to be cheapest going at the moment

Nintendo Land

Nintendo Land is a fun and lively theme park filled with 12 different attractions, each with its own take on a Nintendo franchise. Each attraction features unique and innovative game-play experiences made possible by the Wii U GamePad controller. Depending on the attraction, players can compete solo or 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 every time, depending on whether players are using the GamePad, holding a Wii Remote or just watching others play on the TV screen.

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Thanks, just bought it.

Nice game! Good price

This a nice little game to play against people that aren't really that into gaming.

Nice one, bought to add to my surprisingly large WiiU collection

Excellent deal, will order tonight, thanks!

Another one for the collection, thanks!

The Luigi's Mansion game has provided so many fun times. for 6.85 it's a steal.

cheers

Underworld

Nice one, bought to add to my surprisingly large WiiU collection



I've got just shy of 50 retail games in my Wii U collection thus far

Bought it the other week and has been well worth the money. Such a fun bunch of family games

only fault is no wii pro controller support

Haven't even got a wii u yet but might build my collection up now, very likely to get a wii thanks to the bespoke offers amazon tenners I bagged earlier

The no pro controller support is a real pain in the ass. Only Nintendo could neglect things that could improve situations. Lol

gazter

only fault is no wii pro controller support


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The no pro controller support is a real pain in the ass. Only Nintendo … The no pro controller support is a real pain in the ass. Only Nintendo could neglect things that could improve situations. Lol



Really not a surprise considering it's meant to be a tech demo of sorts for the Wii U GamePad and how dual screen gameplay can benefit the gaming experience.

If they had put pro controller support in there, gaming media (who were already smelling blood then) would have pounced and spun it's inclusion as a negative thing.

Really fun game. Good price for it

good find!

adderrson

I've got just shy of 50 retail games in my Wii U collection thus far



Yeah really enjoying the WiiU, shocked at just how many good games there are

gazter

only fault is no wii pro controller support

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The no pro controller support is a real pain in the ass. Only Nintendo … The no pro controller support is a real pain in the ass. Only Nintendo could neglect things that could improve situations. Lol



That's a good point but the game is quite old now and lots of new games support the Pro Controller. They could have easily made a patch now to let it be used just like Mario Bros did.

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That's a good point but the game is quite old now and lots of new games … That's a good point but the game is quite old now and lots of new games support the Pro Controller. They could have easily made a patch now to let it be used just like Mario Bros did.

Would only achieve the same result. Now is not the time for Nintendo to do this (if ever - NintendoLand was built around motion controls and the dual screen experience. Using the Pro Pad would not enhance any of the games)

People are still clamoring for Nintendo to ditch the GamePad so the gaming media would pounce on this story in a heartbeat.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 13th Dec 2014

jsty3105

Would only achieve the same result. Now is not the time for Nintendo to … Would only achieve the same result. Now is not the time for Nintendo to do this (if ever - NintendoLand was built around motion controls and the dual screen experience. Using the Pro Pad would not enhance any of the games)People are still clamoring for Nintendo to ditch the GamePad so the gaming media would pounce on this story in a heartbeat.



To be honest I wish they would ditch the pad and concentrate on more games. Apart from off screen play I've found no real advantage to any game I've played. Even their best selling game Mario Kart 8 didn't make any real use of it but saved their ass by shifting machines.

It was good of them to try something different but basically all its caused is.. Problems for Third party developers, low battery life, expensive to replace, no 2 player games use it, poor range.

Just my opinion.. Sorry

Bought it yesterday morning and received it this morning....impressed

only £4.85 now if you want to adjust price :-)
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