New information and screens are coming in for Nintendo Land for the first time since E3 this past June. Game Informer has gotten the scoop on the game, revealing two new attractions: Metroid Blast and Balloon Trip Breeze. Metroid Blast is the same demo seen when the Wii U was first unveiled in 2011. While we don’t have any screens for the game, we do know that Balloon Trip Breeze will have players controlling their Miis as they float through a side-scrolling level full of gusting wind, wacky birds, and electrifying spikes.
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