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Wii Party U w/Black Wii Remote Plus and Stand

Nintendo Wii Party U w/Black Wii Remote Plus and Stand

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Wii Party U for Nintendo Wii U Brand: Nintendo ESRB Rating: E - Everyone Genre: Music / Rhythm Platform: Nintendo Wii U Features: Wii Party U with Black Wii Remote Plus Invite your friends over-it's time to party! Your living room becomes a party playground as you enjoy time together in comically themed board games and minigames that get everyone off the couch. Every kind of party can be found in this one unique package, which includes a Wii Remote Plus as well as a horizontal stand for your Wii U GamePad. Have fun together with this new medley of living room party games! Four game modes change up the way you play with the Wii Remote controllers* and GamePad. Attend a game show that tests how well others know you, or dance together to familiar tunes in House Party mode. If you're just looking for a short burst of fun, look no further than Minigames mode, wh.

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Woodstock, GA
57 reviews
This game is very disappointing. I was hoping there would be a mode similar to Mario Party, but I was wrong. Even with a free controller this game is not worth the money. I played the game for less than 20 hours and was already bored.
This game is very disappointing. I was hoping there would be a mode similar to Mario Party, but I was wrong. Even with a free controller this game is not worth the money. I played the game for less than 20 hours and was already bored.
Des Moines, IA
12 reviews
There are so many options to play on. Playing this on my cousins wii was so much fun. Its a fun family game to go in competitions. You really can not get bored of this. Its a great family game to bring everyone closer together.
There are so many options to play on. Playing this on my cousins wii was so much fun. Its a fun family game to go in competitions. You really can not get bored of this. Its a great family game to bring everyone closer together.
Katy, TX
357 reviews
Great game! No matter what kind of party you are having there is a game for it!! Love all the options, board games, etc. did need to buy a controller thing to play this game
Great game! No matter what kind of party you are having there is a game for it!! Love all the options, board games, etc. did need to buy a controller thing to play this game
Dallas, TX
108 reviews
I love wii u party it is a excelent conversation starter in my family reunions
I love wii u party it is a excelent conversation starter in my family reunions
Bartlett, IL
71 reviews
THESE GAMES ARE FUN. they are all inclusive and versatile for family visits and for all ages. i think it was a bit overpriced but I'm sure u can find it secondhand that works perfectly fine as well.
THESE GAMES ARE FUN. they are all inclusive and versatile for family visits and for all ages. i think it was a bit overpriced but I'm sure u can find it secondhand that works perfectly fine as well.
74 reviews
Party games are always a hit and miss for me, they always end up causing strife for family like mario party, its a great way to make enemies while also having a great time! Theres jsut something about the frusterationa nd rage that comes from these games that keep you coming back for more.
Party games are always a hit and miss for me, they always end up causing strife for family like mario party, its a great way to make enemies while also having a great time! Theres jsut something about the frusterationa nd rage that comes from these games that keep you coming back for more.
Toronto, ON
424 reviews
This was so much fun! Loved the variety they had so you never got bored! Great fun for everyone
This was so much fun! Loved the variety they had so you never got bored! Great fun for everyone
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