Excerpt: The touch screen of the Nintendo DS is a wonderful thing. Look at all the things you can do with it. You can stroke it lovingly. You can caress it tenderly. You can poke it curiously with an outstretched finger. You can blow on it gently. And you can stab it repeatedly, furiously, with the tip of your stylus. Stab it repeatedly? Well, WarioWare Touched! might well have that effect on you.
Excerpt: Features 1 Player Touch Screen Compatible Cartridge Save Introduction Not having had a chance to experience the wildly popular original Wario Ware on the GBA I was quite excited to see my copy of Wario Ware Touched get delivered before I left for a relaxing weekend at home. Well, after countless hours flexing my stylus skills I can happily say that Nintendo once again shows how innovation and fun make for a great mix in a game.
Excerpt: The quick-fire micro-game antics of WarioWare have been entertaining us now on the GameBoy Advance and the GameCube, so it comes as no surprise that one of the European launch titles would be a WarioWare game. But with quick-fix titles such as Polarium and Project Rub also forming part of the raft of launch titles, is the DS in danger of becoming little more than a 21st Century Game & Watch?