This week, Frushtick and I visited Nintendo Land, the happiest place in your living room. We saw the sights, rode the rides and Frushtick got motion sick because he has a baby's tummy.What did we think? Watch the video above to find out, then hop to the comments and share your opinion. Because like Nintendo Land, Cooperatives is better with friends.
(And listen up, commenters, I know that octopus is not Mr. Game & Watch, but it is in a Game & Watch game so we're cool.)
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Ubisoft's Rabbids Land launch trailer shows off a Nintendo Land-esque themepark full of mini party games that make use of all the Wii U's controls.
Rabbids Land will launch with the Wii U on Nov. 18 in North America and Nov. 30 in Europe.
All 12 of Nintendo Land's mini-games, each of which is modeled after a different Nintendo franchise and designed to show off the uses of the Wii U GamePad, were detailed in a recent Japanese demo video, seen above.
The video touches on each mini-game, including a few we haven't seen much in action, like the elusive Octopus Dance. Nintendo Land will launch alongside the Wii U on Nov. 18, and will be included in the console's $349.99 Deluxe bundle.
Two new commercials released released today for Wii U launch games focus on the GamePad's tablet-like controls in Nintendo Land and Sing Party.
The commercial for Nintendo Land above highlights the dual-screen functionality that supports up to one-versus-four gameplay. You can check out the trailer for Sing Party below, which shows how the game displays each song's lyrics on the GamePad.