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Most of These Were for Two or More Fifa 15 Coins past Tuesday I had the pleasure of attending Nintendo's Holiday event for the media, where I got a taste of their upcoming titles. The event was hosted by Nintendo of Canada at The Richmond, a gallery space in downtown Toronto. The gallery was a lofty, airy space, with colourful paper lanterns hanging from the high ceiling. Floor-to-ceiling windows lit the area with natural light, captured by the blank white walls inside. In the centre of the floor was a table with all of Nintendo's current hardware on display in front of a screen that shuffled between the logos of the games on display. The games themselves were displayed like paintings, with Wii U's and high-definition screens arranged around the perimeter of the gallery. When you entered the room the exhibited games stood out right away, as did the indoor balcony at the rear of the venue. Atop the balcony were some seats, where Nintendo of Canada Spokesperson, Matt Ryan, gave interviews. Beneath it, to the left of the entrance, was a cozy and warmly-lit game corner with 3DS games and 2DS consoles nestled together.It was easy to see why the event had been set up this way. People gathered around the large Wii U units, waiting for their turn to play the games on show. Most of these were for two or more players, and the competitions made for great viewing even if you were not playing. The 3DS family's corner was focused on solitary adventures; The Legend of Zelda, Pok©mon X and Y, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. One stand held four 2DS systems, linked together for players to challenge each other at Mario Party: Island Tour.Nintendo Preview - Mario and SonicAfter being greeted at the door and sharing introductions I made my way to the demo units on the floor. Attendants wearing Wii U shirts stood at each booth, guiding players through the controls and tricks of each game and sharing stories of their competitions with each other at Wii Party U, or their adventures in Sonic Lost World. With guidance from these friendly ambassadors, I leapt into the games!fifa 15 coins ios The first game that I got to play was Sonic Lost World for the Wii U. I've had a craving for high-speed action lately, and this game really scratched that itch. In the four stages of the demo you get the chance to explore multiple paths, exploring at your own pace or tearing through at breakneck speeds. At its best, Sonic the Hedgehog has always been about pushing the limits of your reflexes and muscle memory, learning the layouts of stages and making snap decisions about where to go next; Lost World has a lot of momentum, always carrying you forward into certain danger and excitement. The controls felt awkward at first, but once I understood them it was easier to control the pace of the game and decide just how fast I wanted to go - which was very fast! Nintendo Preview - A Link Between WorldsAfter playing Sonic I rolled over to the Zelda demo. This was a very brief peek into A Link Between Worlds, showing off a small area of the overworld and the first dungeon. The field area is taken straight from the Super Nintendo's A Link to the Past, and there wasn't much of interest there. The art and graphics are certainly upgraded from that game, with swaying grass and well-shaded characters, but are as faithful as possible to the original.FIFA 15 Xbox one Coins