Nintendo Land

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Nintendo Land
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Publisher Nintendo
Developer(s)
Platform(s) Wii U
Released

North American release November 18, 2012
European release November 20, 2012
Australian release November 30, 2012
Japanese release December 8, 2012

Genre Party
Modes Single-player, multiplayer (1-5)
Media Wii U optical disc, Nintendo eShop (download)
Input Wii U GamePad, Wii Remote
Strategy Guide and Walkthrough
Strategy Wiki
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Nintendo Land is a Nintendo-themed video game for the Wii U. It features many attractions based on Nintendo franchises, including the Metroid-themed Metroid Blast.

Metroid Blast

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One player uses the Wii U GamePad, controlling Samus' Gunship. Up to four other players who use Wii Remotes and Nunchuks control Mii characters on the ground, and each wears a Varia Suit. The three game types of Metroid Blast are Assault Mission, Surface-Air Combat, and Ground Battle.

Assault Mission

In this mini-game, all players work together to overcome several enemies and bosses. Many familiar enemies appear: Geemers, Zebesians, Flying Zebesians, and Metroids. New enemies include Sniper Zebesians, Cyclon, and Cyclon Queen. Kraid and Ridley appear as the two final bosses.

Surface-Air Combat

Two to five players compete in a Deathmatch; the players using the Wii Remotes and Nunchuks must shoot down the player controlling Samus' Gunship.

Ground Battle

In this mode, all players compete for the most tokens. Only players with Wii Remotes and Nunchuks can compete in Ground Battle.