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Nintendo Land

Nintendo Land (WIIU) game cover art
Platform: Wii U
Genre: Casual (Party)
Developer: Nintendo

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/18/2012
EU
11/30/2012
JP
12/08/2012
AU
11/30/2012
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Staff Reviews

Nintendo Land review

Reviewed December 02, 2012

Jason Venter says: "Around half of the rides are single-player affairs, which is disappointing because the game really has the best shot at longevity when you’re experiencing it with a few friends. However, those single-player events also tend to be the most challenging. That fact at least adds to their potential replay value if you’re stuck alone with your disc."
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