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NintendoLand Announced As Wii U Launch Title

Posted on Tuesday, June 5 @ 10:16:36 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

NintendoLand has been announced, and features a set of 12 attractions which each have their own mini-games. Games range from Legend of Zelda Battle to Donkey King’s Crash Course.

The game prioritizes its social features which revolve around Miiverse integration and the 12 games which lend themself to multi-player. If played locally, one player can use the tablet and will have different gameplay than those who use Wiimotes.

NintendoLand will launch alongside the Wii U, which still doesn't have a release date.
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