Nintendo Land is a video game by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development which is published by Nintendo specifically for the Wii U.
This game is a set around a theme or carnival atmosphere with its main purpose being demonstrating the functionality of Wii U along with Wii U gamepad. It is basically the same concept that Wii sports showed the functionality of Wii and the Wii Remote.
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Nintendo is looking to deliver the same unmitigated sensation Wii sports achieved and hence has delivered a minigame collection. This shows off various systems’ core functionalities answering the question whether it is a quality release as a standalone. Most minigame collections employ a menu screen to allow the player select the particular game they want but Nintendo Land also offers an elaborate gateway that is in form of a plaza. Each gate represents a particular attraction and a tower where a player can play pachinko game with coins earned from playing the minigames.
This game has 12 total attractions which are divided into three types i.e. team attractions, competitive attractions and solo attractions. Team attractions involve minigames in which players have to cooperate in a number of ways although one can play alone too i.e. Metroid Blast, Legend Of Zelda and Pikmin Adventure. They are the largest and expansive attractions in the game with up to 5 multiplayers.
Competitive attractions involve minigames in which a single player holding the gamepad purses or is pursued by other players. These games have at least 2 players and a max of 5 such as Mario chase, Animal Crossing and Luigi’s Ghost Mansion. Solo attractions involve minigames that only a single player can play i.e. Yoshi’s Fruit cart, Octopus Dance, Donkey Kong’s Crash Course.
The gaming community has received Nintendo Land very well with it ranking an average rating of 4.5 stars on GameXplain. It has been referred to as the best multiplayer game Nintendo has released yet.
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