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28/12/2012 FGTV 2.67: Wii U Family Hands-On with Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros U Review
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The Nintendo Wii U is now here! To our amazement, one of our resident gaming families had not previously heard of the new console or the features it offers. In this Family Gamer TV, we put them in control of Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros U to gauge their reaction.

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FGTV 2.67: Wii U Family Hands-On with Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros U

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The Nintendo WiiU is now here! To our amazement, one of our resident gaming families had not previously heard of the new console or the features it offers. In this Family Gamer TV, we put them in control of Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros U to gauge their reaction.

We take a look at the new WiiU controller and how the family react to it, including the new role it can play in assisted multiplayer. We also discuss the Wii U's backwards compatibility and handy re-use of all those Wii Remotes that have been collected during the Wii's reign in the household.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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