Posted: 8 months ago, last updated 4 months ago.
Author: Andy Robertson.
The games would be impossible without the Wii U hardware and tablet controller and offer a unique, exuberant and high-quality way to battle, particularly with younger children in the family.
Grandparents have enjoyed playing this with grandchildren. Teaming up to find where Granny or Grandad are hiding in Mario Chase is a chance for older family member to outsmart the youngsters. Similarly, teaming up to hunt down ghosts in Luigi’s Mansion works brilliantly across wide age-gaps. The simplicity of aiming with the Wii U tablet controller in The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest enables novice players to quickly learn the ropes. Finally, Yoshi’s Fruit Cart rewards mature observation and memory rather than youthful reactions and button mashing.
Rating: PEGI 7+, ESRB EVERYONE 10+
Release Date: 30/11/2012
Platforms: Nintendo Wii U.
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