The game features over 80 mini-games and several different modes that use both the Wii U tablet and controller. Playable with up to eight different players, the game is in the same vein as Nintendo classics, “Wii Sports” and “Wii Sports Resort.” Featuring three different game modes- TV Party Mode, House Party Mode and GamePad Party Mode, the games range from board game-esque gameplay to GamePad versions to tabletop classics the likes of baseball and foosball.
“Call your family and friends and start planning your ‘Wii Party U’ party now,”Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing said in the release. “The game is another classic Nintendo experience that will have people laughing and smiling with every new original activity.”
You can read our review of “Wii Party U” here.