What Nintendo did with the Wii Sports pack in of the Wii, they have done with Nintendo Land. 12 games and they are all addictive. Easy for anyone to pick up and play (friends, girlfriend, spouse, family), but increasingly difficult to master. In short, be forewarned. Its hard to put the controller down. There is plenty of variety. Some games are solo only. Some games are multiplayer (local) only. The rest are both. All the games utilize and take advantage of the hardware/software in different, but intuitive ways. Example: some games can be played using only the pad while others require both. If this game possessed online multiplayer, there would be little need to purchase other games right now. But then again, it doesnt need it. Still would have been a nice feature. GOOD WORK NINTENDO...as always.
This Game is great for family game nights if you are going to get a wii u get a deluxe set it includes this game unless you like action games better get the NSMBU and NSLU bundle but if you like parties this game is for you.
I think the coolest game is Mario Chase as 1 to 4 toads try to tag mario or pikmin adventure where you and 4 friends have to team up to beat robotic bulborbs if this place was real unreal life we would be doing awesome games GET THIS IF YOU ARE GOING TO GET A WII U GET THE DELUXE SET OR GET THIS GAME WITH A BASIC SET
It is just like the Wii's Wii Sports, it showcases all the functions of the system while also providing a fun experience. Even with the heavy homage to Nintendo and its classics, it's fun for everyone. The one player experiences are great for when alone, the 1-5 player games are better when you have a friend, and for the 2-5 player games they are just awesome to play. The lack of online multiplayer is kinda disappointing, however I love how you can feel like you're at a real amusement park by having all kinds of Miiverse players with the game show up in the plaza via internet connection. All in all, go for it.