Gosh, a higgins post I agree with.: o
Come on. I'm as big a fan of Nintendo's work as the next man, but Nintendo Land a "classic"? Not even close. Like Wii Sports - as you point out - and to a better extent Wii Sports Resort, these titles are enjoyable, informative and polished ways of introducing you to both Wii Motion and Wii Motion Plus...NOT "classics" in any sense of the word. ZombieU and NSMBU are - contrary to what the PS3 and 360 trolls (who have likely never played each) will tell you - each good games, nothing more nothing less. When you are used to true Nintendo "classics" you expect so much more is all.
Where have some of these posts gone?
Edit - There they are. Not sure what happened there. Anyways, i'm going to put it out there and say Nintendo Land is a 'classic'. Much in the same way Wii Sports is because as simple as it is, you get so much out of it. Not sure i'd call anything else classic, but ZombiU and NSMBU are definitely great games.
I'd say Wii Sports resort is something of a classic, because it's the definite 'active' motion control game. No major publisher had done anything like it in such a gaming-orientated way.
Certainly, javvyman comparing the quality of Wii U catalogue to that of the early Gamecube deserves ridicule.
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