First chance to see if casuals really did leave Nintendo. Plus the controller is always a nice plus as well.
Human contact, the final frontier.
Idk because it has the Wii Remote Plus and the stand with the game for only $50. If the game gets good reviews I could see this selling really well, not only among casuals but some hardcore too just because of the amazing value.
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Casuals didn't leave Nintendo. Nintendo left the casuals.
And Wii U party is a birdman game, so the answer to the OP should be obvious.
I LOVE ICELAND!
Of course it will sell more than Pikmin 3, it is a Wiimote+ with a free game
Pikmin 3 was not a smash hit. But yeah, I can see Wii Party U selling really well. The bundled Wiimote is a great incentive to buy the game but frankly this is more than just a value-for-money thing: Packing a Wiimote in there signals a return to the Wii philosophy to customers - easy to get into, low entry price, multiplayer focused, open for everyone. Did anyone else get the impression that Nintendo is moving away from advertising the gamepad? (None of the holiday games actually need it.)
I hope you're right about Nintendo and the gamepad.
the gamepad was a disaster.
I LOVE ICELAND!
With the holidays coming it will surely sell a lot!