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At the risk of decending into speculation and rumour that has dogged the Australian Parliament in recent weeks, a secret WiiU title might just have been uncovered today.

A hacker messed around in a WiiU developer kit last week, but in the process managed to uncover a description of a game called Yoshi’s Land Wii U was found

Listings for Yoshi's Land for Wii U have been found on Best Buy/Future Shop retail sites, including a detailed description of the game that read as follows:

"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."

 

This all but confirms the game’s existence, with the likelihood of Best Buy inventing its own description for the game miniscule at best.

It also comes as great news for WiiU early adopters, and while they have a generous amount of launch titles to choose from, most of them seem mediocre or rushed.

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David Swan

David Swan is a tech journalist from Melbourne and is iTWire's Associate Editor. Having started off as a games reviewer at the age of 14, he now has a degree in Journalism from RMIT (with Honours) and owns basically every gadget under the sun.

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