WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$ User Reviews
This game lasts forever.
It is the most stupid but fun multiplayer game ever.
When you screw up you can get really frustrated.Summary:
This game is so much fun especcialy multiplayer. The Music is pretty much always different and is always lively so it never gets boring. The graphics are really fun and in most cases 2D but it looks really good. There are over two hundered mini-games to be played including Nintendo classics in there. The game is very unique and i have never seen anything quite like it before. This game actually has a storyline and it is actually quite good. It's glitch free from what i have played and it is cheap.
Overall i would rate this game 90%+ for it's uniqueness and it is just generaly really fun to p...
213 mini games, 16 players on one controller, 10 players to choose from , 9 different styles of play ie retro nintendo games. what more could you ask for?The bad:
although there are many a game, they get pretty repetitive.Summary:
if you are playing with less than 2 players you need some friends because WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$ isnt for the feint of buddies, you can have a 16 player jumprope session on one controller or fight to survive the terror of "WOBBLY BOBBLY" manouevering a turtle for your dear life. do you listen to your doctor? find out when you play "listen to the doctor" where you could find yourself mooing like a cow when trying to do a microgame.
trust me on this one it is worth it for £20 brand new which could be a great gift and perfect for parties.
The style, the madness, the mqany many ways to play... Kat and Ana's turtle teetering level!The bad:
only people being scared off by the Japanese release - this is one game it is SAFE to import as it requires no explanation of the instructions.Summary:
Taking it's lead and foundation from the GBA release 'Wario Wares inc.', 'Atsumare! Made in Wario' is a great, mad, fast-paced party game. The single player mode allows you to party on your own should all your friends be too boring to join you, but it really comes alive when the multiplayer modes are utilised. Kat and Ana's turtle teetering round is captivating as you find yourself battling with your friends to win mini games to try and prevent being given yet another turtle to add to your pile, trying to balance on their shakey shells. Well thought out characters host each level a...
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