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WarioWare Twisted!

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Overall 8
8.0

WarioWare: Twisted

Thunderbolt Games
15 August 2007
  • Excerpt: Back in 2004-2005, Nintendo saw fit to cash in on yet another first-party, money-making franchise: the WarioWare series of insane microgames that make very little sense individually, but provide an entire carnival’s worth of fun as a collective whole. However, they also did something that no-one in this world could have possibly fathomed at the time; they brought out the cartridge medium along with a built-in gyrometer.
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WarioWare: Twisted! (Game Boy Advance) Review

Cubed³
22 May 2006

WarioWare: Twisted! Review

GameSpot
22 May 2006
  • Excerpt: That greedy, low-down, lovable knucklehead Wario is back, and he's got a bunch of new weird minigames designed to assail your sanity in the form of WarioWare: Twisted! for the Game Boy Advance. Though this game is out in North America as the third portable installment in the franchise, it was released prior to the Nintendo DS WarioWare game, Touched!. But regardless of the order of release, WarioWare: Twisted! is a great game that any Nintendo portable owner can enjoy.
  • Pros: Great variety, Lots of solid unlockables, Tons of style, Exciting gameplay
  • Cons: The very nature of the game is rather repetitive
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WarioWare: Twisted! – Review

GameCritics.com
30 March 2006
  • Excerpt: All too often, I snobbishly feel just a little bit too mature and intellectual for this gaming lark—although clearly not so much that I avoid using the word "lark." I mean, was Resident Evil 4 more than just a glorified, exhaustive shooting gallery? Is San Andreas the industry's conception of a mature, sophisticated narrative? Frankly, the number of videogames that compel me to reflect upon them intellectually (as opposed to just critically) is worryingly small.
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Overall 9
9.0
Gameplay 10
10
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 7
7.0

WarioWare: Twisted!

Portable Review
9 August 2005
  • Excerpt: If you haven’t played any games of the Wario Ware series, then you’re missing out. Think of it like Mario Party, only there are 200 mini-games, they are five seconds fast, you only have one or two words to figure out what you are doing, and they fly at you FAST! Yeah, that’s Wario Ware. And this time, Nintendo has put a new twist on the game. Literally. Story? Wario, our favorite scheming menace that is a rival to Mario, broke his Game Boy Advance. So, he went to Dr.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

TheStar.com
17 June 2005
  • Excerpt: Since hardware limitations render all Game Boy Advance games incapable of pushing any technological envelopes, all that's left to push are gameplay innovations. As it happens, this is where Nintendo reigns supreme, as WarioWare: Twisted will attest.
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Overall 7
7.0

Warioware: Twisted (GBA)

Evergeek
17 June 2005
  • Excerpt: Since hardware limitations render all Game Boy Advance games incapable of pushing any technological envelopes, all that's left to push are gameplay innovations. As it happens, this is where Nintendo reigns supreme, as WarioWare: Twisted will attest.
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WarioWare Twisted

The Armchair Empire
13 June 2005
  • Conclusion: since the cartridge features a built-in gyroscope and most of the game is spent tilting the GBA (sometimes spinning it) to complete an assortment of microgames. For anyone unfamiliar with microgames here’s a quick explanation: Microgames are three-second (more or less) challenges. For example, in Twisted you’ll shave a man’s face, play the opening level of the original Super Mario Bros.
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Review : WarioWare Twisted! for Gameboy Advance

8Bitjoystick.com
3 June 2005
  • Conclusion: Nintendo has been repeating the mantra that innovative software is the future of video games and there is new possibilities on game play beyond joysticks and buttons. Nintendo is trying to position themselves as more creative and fun than Microsoft and Sony and when they keep creating gems like this we know that they can deliver on the weird fun that they hyping.
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Overall 9
9.0
Gameplay 9
9.0
Graphics 8
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Sound 8
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Control 7
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Addiction 9
9.0

WarioWare Twisted!

Nintendo World Report
11 May 2005
  • Summary: Gimmicky? Sure, but in the best way possible.
  • Pros: Chaotic, breakneck, random fun, Dozens of unlockable…things, Subtle rumble effect feels great
  • Cons: A few microgames require huge, fast spins, Tilt sensor's effects not always clear, Tired wrists
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