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Whether you're showing off your wardrobe throughout a shopping plaza, exploring an island using the Wii U Gamepad, or discovering how much you know your friends, you're sure to have a blast with Wii Party U, where your Mii is the star!
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David Bethell David Bethell ... Himself - Minigame Announcer (voice) (as Dave Bethell)
Olivier Deslandes Olivier Deslandes ... (voice)
Angelo Cola Angelo Cola ... (voice)
Klemens Koehring ... (voice)
Carlos Fernandez Pando Carlos Fernandez Pando ... (voice)
Jan Alkema Jan Alkema ... (voice)
Alexander Mercury ... (voice)
João Ferreira João Ferreira ... (voice)
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Whether you're showing off your wardrobe throughout a shopping plaza, exploring an island using the Wii U Gamepad, or discovering how much you know your friends, you're sure to have a blast with Wii Party U, where your Mii is the star!

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