Nintendo will be launching Wii Party U this Fall, and they’ve just announced the
full package: the game will include a Wii Remote Plus controller, and a GamePad stand. And it’ll still retail with the regular $60 price tag (we expect). Talk about a great deal. And the box looks wonderful, too.
Wii Party U was announced back at E3 in June, and will feature the well-known Nintendo party game layout, with a board that consists of minigames. In all, Wii Party U will include over 80 different mini games, according to Nintendo. Some of the mini games will be playable on the GamePad alone.
Wii Party U is the official sequel to 2010’s Wii Party, and launches exclusively on the Wii U on October 25. It supports up to 5 players in offline multiplayer — one player uses the GamePad, while the other 4 use the Wii Remote.
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