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Nintendo Details The Final Three Games Of Nintendo Land

Posted on Wednesday, October 17 @ 11:57:39 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


The Big N has finally pulled back the curtain on the last three games included in Nintendo Land, and they look... interesting.

According to Official Nintendo Magazine, all three games will offer single-player focused experiences. The first is centered around F-Zero's Captain Falcon, the second around Mario's saddled green dino, and the third is well... about an octopus.

Here are the official descriptions:

Captain Falcon's Twister Race: In this single-player attraction, you'll hold the narrow end of the Wii U GamePad upright with both hands to guide a high-speed wind-up vehicle toward the finish line.

Yoshi's Fruit Cart: In this brain-teasing single-player attraction, you're asked to guide Yoshi's cart towards the goal while collecting all the fruit along the way. The catch is that you can see fruit on the TV but not on the GamePad, a game-play mechanic made possible only using two screens.

Octopus Dance: This is a single-player, rhythm-based attraction using the Wii U GamePad. You must instantly memorize the movement of the character on screen and re-enact the poses using the Control Sticks or gyro sensor.

So whaddya think? Do these sound like promising additions, or is Nintendo Land doomed to be a collection of shallow mini-games? Let us know in the comments below.

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