Reviews and Problems with Wario: Master of Disguise
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ummmm not really great
maxlevelplayer530 , GameStop
26 August 2011
Summary: I didn't really like this game. I first played it and saw it looked bad. Handheld versions are sometimes below standard, but this one wasn't close to good. I played longer and my opinion didn't change. Do yourself a favor, don't buy this.
Summary: The game is about Wario who somehow invents a machine that allows him to enter a TV show. How he could have invented that, I have no idea. He doesn't exactly look like a genius. But I digress. Wario enters a show about a thief that uses a wand, and steals it from him... The hero, or anti-hero actually, is not likeable at all. I hate Wario... Anyways, after exploring maps, you can find chests that can only open after you play a short, unentertaining minigame.
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.
Summary: Wario: Master of Disguise seemed to be the Wario game many people were waiting for, that was not the case with this title. At first game seems to have been constructed very well, progressing you along at a good pace allowing you to get better and better while collecting new powers. That is where the problem is, most of the game is stylus controlled which causes an extremely large amount of errors -- say you want to change to a different power, you will have to draw some...
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.
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: Vraiment déçu par ce jeu ! Je suis pourtant un fan incontesté du nain grincheux et étant un adept des Wario Land (mention spécial pour Wario Land 2 gràce à ses multilples fins et enigmes tordues !). Ce titre occupait pourtant la 1ere place de mon Most Wanted lors de son annonce et on se retrouve face à ce party games déguisé en jeu de plateformes. Les mini jeux sont naze et pompes des mini jeux déjà existant.