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NintendoLand, center of the Wii U universe

E3 is going strong, and we're wandering the floor, searching out the sights and sounds of the gaming world.

At its press conference earlier this week, Nintendo showed off the new world, NintendoLand. It's the "happiest place in gaming" and the center of the Wii U universe. Come take a look inside NintendoLand and the Nintendo booth at E3.
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Playing ZombieU

Early on Wednesday at E3, attendees get a jump on the apocalypse and practice zombie killing in ZombieU on the Wii U.
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Second screen controller

Wii U features a controller with a second touch screen that provides a secondary play platform within the game. Here we see a view of Luigi's Ghost Mansion on the Wii U controller. Some multiplayer games give a different view of gameplay to the touch-screen controller.
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A Luigiette

A Luigiette beckons you to come and play in the Nintendo booth Wednesday at E3.
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Nintendo Land

The Nintendo booth is set up with a central pillar, much like the online world announced Wednesday called NintendoLand.
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Luigi's Ghost Mansion asymmetric play

Playing Luigi's Ghost Mansion with a group, the Wii U controller allows asymmetric gameplay, with one person given additional views and information via the controller than the rest of the players.
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Lights and sounds of Nintendo

Inside the Nintendo booth at E3, it's a gamer's world at NintendoLand.
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Donkey Kong

Playing Donkey Kong's Crash Course at the Nintendo booth.
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Just Dance 4

Dancing queens getting down with Just Dance 4.
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The central gaming plaza at Nintendo's booth at E3.
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Wii U with an embedded touch screen

The booth is centered on Wii U, the game console which has a controller with an embedded touch screen.
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