The Wii U had a pretty dull launch line-up, all told. There, we said it. Between the likes of New Super Mario Bros. U, ZombiU, and Mass Effect 3, there was a general consensus that while all of these games are undoubtedly good, they didn’t exactly set the world on fire and justify the Wii U as a “must-have” console.
One title in particular, however, was noted for its incredibly unique gameplay that truly demonstrated the Wii U’s capabilities, and that was Nintendo Land. While there are many who, perhaps quite rightly, believe the title should have been bundled in with the Wii U, it’s nevertheless a beloved title amongst Nintendo fans.
To talk about the game in more detail, our Video producer Zion is joined by ex-Push Square video producer Liam Richardson, who now spends his time making lovely content over at Rock Paper Shotgun. The two chat about their memories of the game, what was good about it, and what perhaps was not so good.
It’s a bit of a lengthy one, so make sure you get comfortable, grab a cup of tea and whatnot, and enjoy.
Are you hoping Nintendo revisits Nintendo Land in some fashion? How would you like to see it return? Let us know!