Wii Party U will be out on October 25th and will come packed with a Wii Remote Plus at only $49.99. Wii Party U may just help inform players of the machine’s significance.
Nintendo Land (although very enjoyable) failed to ensure consumers that it’s gamepad controller can give a unique experience. Wii Party U, along with Rayman Legends, will try to help define the system as a must-have for party gaming, the same way Wii Sports did for the original Wii in 2006. Wii Party U follows the footsteps of Wii Play as it comes bundled with a controller. Usually these bundles sell like Furbies in the 90’s. Remember Furbies?
At a $50 dollar price tag, the package seems to be convincing my hands to reach for my wallet.