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This game has two problems in long load times and constant reminders of what to do. The second is expected for its audience but the first is really this game's only true flaw. I absolutely love this game. Exploring the LEGO world with different themed areas is a blast. With all the different vehicles and missions it doesn't get old. Plus driving a LEGO tractor in LEGO Times Square is pretty great.
I'm so glad I waited for this to come out for the Wii U. This is the perfect example of how a proper core, traditional title can be put on the Wii U. The GamePad use is fantastic for quick selection of gadgets and info. Having the map on the second screen is a Godsend when hunting for trophies. And when I had to go to the bathroom I simply went to off-TV play mode and took the game with me.
This is the first CoD campaign I've played since Modern Warfare. I only kept playing it because I thought it would eventually get better. I think that having the Zombie mode is a waste and it would be better to have an improved single player campaign instead, The online multiplayer isn't too bad. Everything feels pretty balanced in hardcore modes but normal modes can get pretty ridiculous.
Nintendo Land is not the type of title to be enjoyed alone, even if some of the games accommodate single players and provide some worthwhile challenges. Playing this game with friends and/or family is the best way to experience it, either in short bursts (such as the Luigi's Mansion or Mario Chase games) or in longer play sessions (such as Zelda: Battle Quest or Pikmin). A lot of fun overall.
Much like the first with prettier graphics. Love the Disney nostalgia scattered everywhere. Huge number of quests, but difficult to track all of them. More of an adventure game than an action game. A little limiting in co-op play. Oswald just wanders around and helps solve puzzles. Could be boring to second player. No option for Wiimote control for first player.
To me it feels like Nintendo made a Super Mario Bros. cookie cutter and used it to make the New series. Sure the cookies are good, but they weren't made with love and taste about the same as before.