The return of a marquee title and a suite of mini-games built to highlight the Wii U's dual-screen form will headline the Wii U's charge later this year.
Let's journey to NintendoLand
To help players understand the functionality of the Wii U's dual-screen initiative, Nintendo unveiled NintendoLand on Tuesday at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
Similar to Wii Sports on the Wii when that product launched, NintendoLand will include gameplay designed to showcase the many features that the console offers. However, NintendoLand, which is based around the idea of a theme park, combines a host of the company's classic franchises, including Legend of Zelda, Animal Crossing and others.