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One of the Wii U launch titles Nintendo’s been hyping up since E3 2012 is Nintendo Land. It’s a mini-game collection filled with numerous “attractions” inspired by classic Nintendo games. The thing is, you don’t want to go into a mini-game collection blind. You want to have some kind of idea, however vague, of what games you’ll be getting. Especially since it seems like Nintendo Land will cost $59.99 when it appears on November 18, 2012.

Fortunately, a full Nintendo Land attraction list reveal was part of the schedule for today’s Wii U presentation in New York. We now know every game that will be in the collection. While some received a little extra attention, Metroid Blast in particular, most were either revealed via the Nintendo Land page on Nintendo.com and minor announcements.

Anyways, let’s see what Nintendo Land has to offer!

  • Animal Crossing: Sweet Day
  • Balloon Trip Breeze
  • Captain Falcon’s Twister Race
  • Donkey Kong’s Crash Course
  • The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest
  • Luigi’s Ghost Mansion
  • Mario Chase
  • Metroid Blast
  • Octopus Dance
  • Pikmin Adventure
  • Takamaru’s Ninja Castle
  • Toshi’s Fruit Cart

Of those 12 attractions, 6 are multiplayer games. The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest, Metroid Blast and Pikmin Adventure are cooperative multiplayer games where people work together on a team to accomplish some kind of goal. Animal Crossing: Sweet Day, Luigi’s Ghost Mansion and Mario Chase have competitive and cooperative elements, as they pit users wielding Wii remotes against the player using the Wii U gamepad.

I have to admit, I did really enjoy trying Nintendo Land at E3 2012. I don’t think it’s worth $59.99, but it will be a nice pack-in for people grabbing the $349.99 deluxe Wii U bundle.

Read [Destructoid] Site [Nintendo Land]

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