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Future Shop adds in Yoshi's Land Wii U listing



Looks like Future Shop caught a glimpse of Nintendo's debug menu on Wii U! Either that, or this listing was around before the debug issue cropped up! Thanks to Michael for the heads up!

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UPDATE - It also includes the bit of info you see below.

oin everyone's favourite dinosaur in his first big starring role on Nintendo Wii U - Yoshi's Land. Utilise the power of the Wii U Touchscreen GamePad to enjoy dual-screen fun in this epic adventure with stunning HD graphics and connectivity with the MiiVerse.

Take Yoshi on an epic adventure to remember in Yoshi Land for Nintendo Wii U. Check out Yoshi as you've never seen him before: in glorious high definition. Enjoy dual-screen control thanks to the Wii U Touchscreen GamePad, while you'll also be able to experience full integration with Nintendo's MiiVerse service.

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27 Nov 2012 18:06

Yes!!! please be true!
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27 Nov 2012 18:11

The description sounds like something a bored worker would write just for kicks
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27 Nov 2012 18:22

That description applies for every upcoming game :lol:
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27 Nov 2012 18:26

I'll wait for Nintendo's official announcement or in the very least another retailer to list it.
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27 Nov 2012 18:27

Sequel to Yoshi's story!? Hell yeah, never thought we would get a sequel to that. I could see them using the gamepad in some pretty interesting ways for the fruit collecting and puzzles.
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27 Nov 2012 18:51

NeoGAF leak true? I hope so.
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27 Nov 2012 19:22

Sounds too good to be true atm...
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27 Nov 2012 19:32

Exciting. I really hope it's a big adventure with some really nice artstyle. And not just some mini game collection or graphics like NSMB.
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27 Nov 2012 19:44

This is what should have been a launch title instead of New Super Mario $&#@...
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27 Nov 2012 20:33

I hope is true! But if Good Feel is making it, please make it as sequel to Yoshi's Island DS and not like Epic Yarn where it's just nice to look at for first 10 minute then you fell asleep.
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27 Nov 2012 20:40

MegaShock100 wrote:I hope is true! But if Good Feel is making it, please make it as sequel to Yoshi's Island DS and not like Epic Yarn where it's just nice to look at for first 10 minute then you fell asleep.


WRONG! Epic Yarn was AMAZING! The whole game was awesome. I think you're mistaking Wario Land: Shake It or NSMBWii for Epic Yarn.
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27 Nov 2012 22:07

Oh boy oh boy! Please be a good sequel to Yoshi's Island!

And this time, I really hope we get rewarded for 100%~
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27 Nov 2012 22:18

@mariomaniac45213

Nah, you are the one confusing Epic Yarn with good platformers like NSMBWii.
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27 Nov 2012 22:56

NSMBwii good? lol don't make me laugh....
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27 Nov 2012 23:26

@mariomaniac45213

NSMBWii is not good. It's freakin GREAT! Of course, I don't expect a superficial casual to grasp that so go back to your corner with your Epic Yarn where you can't even die.
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27 Nov 2012 23:37

@MegaShock100 BUT IF IT DIDN'T HAVE A GOOD ART STYLE IT WASN'T A GOOD GAME!!!!! D:
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28 Nov 2012 02:00

MegaShock100 wrote:@mariomaniac45213

NSMBWii is not good. It's freakin GREAT! Of course, I don't expect a superficial casual to grasp that so go back to your corner with your Epic Yarn where you can't even die.


Casual? NSMBWii was the ULTIMATE in casual. Want a hardcore 2d platormer challlenge? Play and 100% DKCR like I did! Then see who's "casual"
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28 Nov 2012 03:22

That description is pretty bad. Lots of redundancy and vagueness.

That being said, I'd love for Yoshi's Land Wii U to be real.
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28 Nov 2012 04:43

Vagueness in a description of a game that may or may not even exist and that nobody really knows anything concrete about yet? Go figure. Some of you guys I swear.
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28 Nov 2012 15:06

@mariomaniac45213

"NSMBWii was the ULTIMATE in casual."

I'd like to see you back that up.

"Play and 100% DKCR like I did!"

Been there, done that. Now go do a no-items run of NSMBWii, SMB3 and Lost Levels like I have.

@pokemaster515

LOL, how could I forgot? :P
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28 Nov 2012 15:37

@FrenchFryGuy

Talking smack about people getting excited for a game that has some evidence to back up it's existence? Yeah that's never happened on the internet before. Some people I swear.
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28 Nov 2012 20:21

@keyz

Someone reading a person's comment and totally missing the point of what is actually being said and then taking offense. That's never happened on the internet before either. Some people I swear.

Read my post again only this time try putting your thinking cap on and try to use your reading comprehension skills.

I didn't talk smack about anybody being excited over the game. I simply stated how silly it was that people were complaining about a game description being vague and generic while not seeming to stop and think that well we kinda don't know if the game is even legit yet (cause it hasn't been confirmed hence this is all rumor and speculation at the moment) and therefore how can they be detailed in the games description when they know nothing about it. Are you understanding it now?
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28 Nov 2012 21:05

@FrenchFryGuy I can only speak for myself but the fact that the games description is vague is a pretty big indicator that the game isn't real. Just because someone commented on the article doesn't mean they think the game is real.
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28 Nov 2012 22:57

pokemaster515 wrote:@FrenchFryGuy I can only speak for myself but the fact that the games description is vague is a pretty big indicator that the game isn't real. Just because someone commented on the article doesn't mean they think the game is real.


Sigh, And I never said or insinuated that. Again, I simply stated how stupid I think it is for many posters in this thread to be ragging on the game description on the site being vague or generic. Maybe they should stop and think why that is.

A) We don't even know if the game really exists.
B) If it does, we still don't know anything about what it might be about, so how can they expect the websites game description to be detailed and informative.

My point was people don't seem to use common sense much anymore sadly.
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28 Nov 2012 23:38

Sounds good.. Actually throwing words like epic, stunning and glorious around, make it sound real good.

I'll wait for an official statement.

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