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WarioWare Inc.: Mega Party Games
The Armchair Empire
31 January 2006
Conclusion: host of multiplayer party games. The microgames serve as a way of advancing each player's position within the multiplayer games – if you do well in the microgames, your position in the multiplayer game improves. Your friends mess with you while you're taking your turn and try to make you blunder.
Conclusion: Overall, Wario Ware is one of the best games around to play by yourself, or even with friends! As well as that, there are many things to do to keep gamers occupied for hours! Wario Ware is definitely a top-notch game on the GCN and plenty of fun! I give Wario Ware Inc. Mega Party Game$ a...
Excerpt: So if you're looking for a solid single-player experience, forget it: it isn't here. Besides, once you beat every character's "stage" (which consists of 25 of their own themed minigames) once, you've unlocked just about all the single-player goodies you're gonna get.
Summary: Wario is back, he’s brought his friends, and he’s looking to crash Mario’s party!
Pros: Budget pricing never hurts, Fun, addictive games from the GBA version return for great multiplayer action, Same ol’ Wario-styled zaniness in every nook and cranny, The new multiplayer-only mini-games are just as fun as and even more addictive than the originals
Cons: No handicap feature for newbies playing veterans of the GBA title, The mini-games are obviously running on a GBA emulator – and as such don’t look that great
Excerpt: The original WarioWare, released on the Game Boy Advance, was a surprisingly addictive hit. It was extremely unique and weird. It helps to understand what the original GBA game was about before I start discussing the GameCube iteration. You can read the GBA review here , or just read the synopsis below.
Excerpt: Following the success of WarioWare: Mega Microgames on the Gameboy Advance, WarioWare was released on the Gamecube. Like its portable counterpart, and although this had shades of Mario Party's varied quick fire rounds, WarioWare Inc.: Mega Party Games was unlike anything previously released on the system. WarioWare breathed new life into the mini game genre with its imaginative, time limited, quick fire, wacky games...