Reviews and Problems with Wario: Master of Disguise
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Wario: Mediocrity of Design
Deborah A., Amazon
6 December 2014
Summary: Well, Wario's in it. And its got that same quirky humor. But beyond that, this is a completely different (and lesser) beast than the awesome Wario Land titles before it. I'll start off by saying that I truly wanted to like this game.
Summary: When i purchased Wario Master of Disguise, i had some idea of what i was getting based on a few trailers and previews, but the game has some issues i need to address but let's start off with the positives.
Summary: This game is very complex for me and my kids. We can't seem to figure out how to begin the second episode, and it is very puzzling. I would NOT recommend this game, for it is too hard to get through.
Summary: So I got this game about 4 days ago. I am on episode to now for an hour. Not sure how to end this level? But the game overall is okay. I like changing the disguises to various things. The biggest thing I don't like is not knowing where I am going or what I am suppose to do.
Excerpt: The costumes are fun and there's definitely elements of classic Mario platforming... but the crappy graphics really do take away some of the game's awesomeness. I'm not a graphics whore by any standards, but I know the DS can do better than the MoD graphics.
Summary: Wario: Master of Disguise has been getting a lot of bad press and reviews, and though they are mostly justified I believe this game is still worth a look. The main complaint, that you have to draw these silly little symbols on Wario, is valid. Sometimes it doesn't work.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
31 March 2007
Summary: I have really loved some Wario games in the past. I thought Twisted and Smooth Moves were simply brilliant. I have to say I felt a bit let down by Master of Disguise for several reasons. First, the basic concept. You are Wario, a bored couch potato.