Reviews and Problems with Wario: Master of Disguise
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Not worth what I paid.
S. Atkinson, Amazon
20 January 2009
Summary: I was very upset over this game. Most of the time drawing the costumes does NOT work, the levals are to long and triesom, it's save feature is wacked out crazy. It's actually a puzzle game, there really isnt much action at all! I guess I just expected something diffrent.
One of the Worst Wario/DS games Nintendo have offered
2 August 2009
Excerpt: Wario: Master Of Disguise Review: Introduction: Wario is arguably one of the biggest love-him-or-hate-him characters in the Nintendo universe, and his games have always been similar to the experience. However, Wario became the star of Warioware, games massively different to his old games, and this is the Wario most new Nintendo fans are accustomed to. Nintendo finally take Wario back to his old roots, but something horrible went wrong in translation.
Summary: Wario has always been fun and given those of us over 13 something to do, but Wario Master of Disguise lets us down in this respect. This game is clearly aimed at a much younger market. It's got some interesting ideas, but for those of us who loved Wario Ware, it's a big let down. It's a standard platform game, much like the other Mario games, where you run through different levels finding things and trying to keep away from the baddies. Definitely for the kids.
Excerpt: At first, the concept behind 'Master of Disguise' appears like it could be a lot of fun - for a start, it's a Wario game, and as the WarioWare series has shown, these games give Nintendo an opportunity to be really imaginative and break the mould a bit. Second up, 'Master of Disguise' is controlled in a new and unconventional way, using the DS Touch Screen.
Conclusion: This is a typical wario game except for the powers. You draw on the touch screen to change powers but it gets annoying because it isn`t accurate and the levels are too long. If you have to go out you can`t save it. Get wario touch or stick to wario land 4.
Summary: I started this game with not very high hopes, the only game on ds out of many ive purchased ive enjoyed is mario carts. Its very fun to start of with exploring the ship and having your first disguise, the constant speaking between characters gets a little tedious but you become determind to carry on, im currently on the 2nd level and have been trying for 2 weeks now how to get through it.
Summary: Ever since playing Warioland 4 on the GBA a few years ago I have been waiting desperately for a follow-up. The controls for a start are very clunky and unresponsive as you have no option but to use the touch screen to do all of your moves and attacks. At first I thought this sounded rarther promising but it brings the game down due to Wario not responding properly and makes the game more of a chore than anything else.