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Nintendo Land Not Going To Be Bundled With Wii U?

Published on August 9, 2012 by

Are you willing to pay for what is essentially another mini game collection?

There seems to be a fair amount of buzz surrounding the Wii U and a number of its titles this week with retailers reported to have been receiving marketing materials and online stores showing off official box shots. Little by little we’re getting more information on Nintendo’s mystery console and now, thanks to Amazon Germany we may have a little more.

Since it’s debut at E3 in June, Nintendo Land has had gamers speculating on whether it would come bundled with the console or be sold as a separate product. Much like what Wii Sports did for the original Wii it’s a perfect demonstration of how the Wii U offers something new and unique showing off its features and introducing newcomers to the device. It would make sense to bundle it together. With Nintendo keeping quiet on the subject all we could do was hope.

Now it seems Amazon Germany have listed Nintendo Land on its site priced at 69.99 Euros. With a number of retailers listing more products for the Wii U this week, could Amazon be correct? Does this mean we won’t see the game packaged in with the new console?

If Nintendo Land is sold as a separate product will you be buying?

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One Response

  1. tanto

    since when are bundled games not sold independent as well?

    This looks far mroe interesting to me than wii sports

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