After playing the modes in Nintendo Land, It is safe to say this isn't going to be played 3-4 years from now much like it's predecessor Wii Sports, but will also not live up to it's legacy. So I actually don't have Nintendo Land or a Wii U, but a close friend of mine does, and we had a LOT of fun. Animal Crossing, Zelda, Mario, Metroid all rank as the best in show, and even some of the single-player was impressive. The gameplay is shallow, only providing a thin layer to promote what the Wii U is capable of. But with that said, it certainly holds up as a great party game, and is even fun solo. The music offers great remixes of classic tunes, giving many nostalgic overload. The graphics show improvement in HD, and the bit style shown later in the coin mini-game are cool as well. The games serve as great party games to pass the time. But like the Wii, when better software like a new Zelda, Smash Bros., or possibly a Mario Galaxy are released, this game will be played only when all the others have been played too much. Expect it to last longer than Nintendo Land, but not be sold as much. Solid party game through and through