Nintendo Land

Global Total as of 05th Apr 2014 (units): 2.93m
Platform: Wii U
Developer: Nintendo Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 1.64m 56.2%
+ Europe: 0.67m 22.9%
+ Japan: 0.41m 13.9%
+ Rest of the World: 0.20m 7.0%
= Global 2.93m

Release History

Nintendo Land NintendoNorth America18th November 2012Retail
Nintendo Land NintendoEurope30th November 2012Retail
Nintendo Land NintendoJapan08th December 2012Retail

Game Overview

Nintendo Land is an interactive theme park game developed by Nintendo for the Wii U. The game are designed to showcase the capabilities of the Wii U GamePad, as well as the Wii MotionPlus controller and is centered around 12 different attractions, each with its own take on a Nintendo franchise. Every attraction features brand new gameplay experiences using the Wii U GamePad. Depending on the attraction, players can compete solo or against other players, or even team up to play cooperatively.

The theme park is hosted by a screen-like robot that offers hints and tips, as well as provides tutorials for the various games. Coins can be earned by playing the different games, which can be redeemed for Nintendo-themed rewards within the theme park. The games can be accessed by walking around the park, or by taking a train that rides by all of the attractions.

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Anfebious (on 18 March 2014)
@legendarysaiyanbroly I get it I failed
at writing the word "game" but I
can't edit these comments.

What are
you going to do now broly? Kill me with
a kamehameha?
legendarysaiyanbroly (on 06 March 2014)
@ anfebious: Game? What game? U mean
this glorified Wii u tablet "demo"
that in many fanboys' mind is a
brilliant game? Must b...! Don't know
what a gamie is.
Anfebious (on 28 February 2014)
Now that the gamie is not bundled this
clearly shows that no one really wanted
to play this game...
TravenousMaximus (on 15 December 2013)
Incredibly fun game that serves as the
perfect introduction to the gamepad.
Pillow (on 14 December 2013)
well the game is now 30$ retail, it
should keep selling decently (relatively
speaking) even if it's not bundled
anymore. And it's probably at 3M sold
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