THE GOOD: + Uses full function of wii mote. + Lots of fun games + Multiplayer compatible
THE BAD: - Not the best graphics (could be better) - Uses only one wii mote for multiplayer mode.
Wario and his pals learn fun, wacky moves after discovering a strange book and a mystical device called the Form Baton. Familiar characters from the WarioWare universe will return to this installment and some new ones will appear. Players must clear fast-paced micro games in this fun and thrilling game.
In warior ware smooth moves, you go through many different levels. You use the wii mote to complete many micro games that pop up. But the challenge is you only have a few seconds to figure out and do what the game requires. The use of the wii mote in this game is brought to its full potential. Through out the game, you learn different posses or positions to hold the wii mote. Each of the (about) 13 positions, they usually has up to 25 micro games (some has as few as 5), ending up in...
THE GOOD: Uses the Wii-mote in new and interesting ways. Fast,fun gameplay. A GREAT party game
THE BAD: Not the epic quest that so many people want on the Wii. ANOTHER friggin` minigame collection. Only TRULY enjoyed with multiple players.
SUMMARY: Wario, oh the changes that you've been through. In 1992, you were introduced at first as just a Mario clone with a crinkly `stache. Little did gamers know that in 2003, Nintendo would abandon your misadventures in platforming by tossing you in a game fit for kids with ADD on speed. Warioware gained critical acclaim by being fast, simple and stupidly addictive. Does Smooth Moves live up to the Warioware name?
Seeing as simplicity is Warioware's shtick, you can't expect much from it graphically. Warioware's visuals go from clean flash animation to 8-bit NES to crude 3D models. Gears of War this ain't.
Musically though, this game reminds me alot of Katamari in that the soundtrack is catchier than a bad rash. Music picks up along with the speed o...