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All Nintendo Land Attractions Revealed

By Kevin on Sep 13 2012 05:32 PM
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Following the North American Wii U Preview event, the official list of Nintendo Land attractions were revealed. We already knew a lot of the names, but did we know which ones were restricted to multi-player or single player? If you look at this image above, you'll notice that the three icons to the left are grouped together as three. These are the single-player or multi-player attractions. Next, the three icons in the center are multi-player only. Finally, the last set of six mini-attractions are for single-player mode only.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest
  • Takamaru’s Ninja Castle
  • Luigi’s Ghost Mansion
  • Donkey Kong’s Crash Course
  • Animal Crossing Sweet Day
  • Metroid Blast
  • Balloon Trip Breeze
  • Captain Falcon’s Twister Race
  • Pikmin Adventure
  • Yoshi’s Fruit Cart
  • Octopus Dance
  • Mario Chase
Knowing this, do you look at Nintendo Land a bit differently?


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I like how pretty much all of the tech demos have more or less survived through to being part of a game. I know I'll have a lot of fun with Mario Chase and Metroid Blast, at least.

LuffyFoxtrot, on 14 September 2012 - 06:43 AM, said:

I like how pretty much all of the tech demos have more or less survived through to being part of a game. I know I'll have a lot of fun with Mario Chase and Metroid Blast, at least.

Yeah that is true. It is nice to know that those concepts were not abandoned. So far I am happy with all of the games so far. We have yet to be shown any footage on:
  • Captain Falcon’s Twister Race
  • Yoshi’s Fruit Cart
  • Octopus Dance
I am sure it is a matter of time but I for one am excited.
I had a chance to play Animal Crossing Sweet Day, The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest, Donkey Kongs Crash Course, and Luigi's Ghost Mansion at the Wii U Experience. All of them were great! Animal Crossing Sweet Day had to be my favorite overall. I'm not sure if it was using both analog sticks at the same time in weird directions, or satisfaction of having a new Animal Crossing game to play since Wild World.