Reviews and Problems with Wario Ware, Inc.: Mega Party Game$
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a fun mix of random
gamefan4564 , GameStop
19 April 2011
Summary: a micro game is a 5 second mini game that you have to figure out and, and there are about 200 addicting micro games in this game, and they're all so different. not to mention the unlockable modes, which mash them all together. then the multi player modes are different but you can spend hours with your friends just messing with them. trust me, you'll like this random mix of fun.
Summary: I got two words for this unfair game "faster speed" is really needed on this game here's the why part *it has some nice mini-games and all but after you do one of them you have to wait (long time usually) for the cd to spin around like crazy to go to the next level which can be tedius and boring to watch it do that since YOU CAN'T SKIP IT which in theory let's this cool game down, a big letdown!
Summary: Wario Ware is one of my favorite party games, forget about anything on the Wii, even the sequel to it! Ridiculous fun is to be had at the bizzare collection of mini-games that range from frustrating (and hilarious) to absolute genius. Balancing on stacked turtles is the greatest thing ever.
Excerpt: "...more! So I give you Warioware, Inc.: Mega Party Games! - Tons of my microgames, crammed into the most insane multi-player party games ever! So grab your friends and have a blast, Wario-style!" I bought the game immediately for £15.99 from Gamestation (it was pre-owned, so effectively nothing was wrong with it, it was just cheaper than forking out for it brand new!) and took it home. On first play it was apparent that this game is absolutely ...
Excerpt: "Frantic microgame action, now on GameCube Cult-classic microgames from GBA version plus multiplayer part games Your friends mess with you while you're taking your turn and try to make you blunder Solid single player version with many unlockable features For 1 to 4 players, or up to 16 players if controllers are shared WarioWare, Inc: Mega Party Game$ continues the tradition of frantic microgame action. All of the original cult-classic ...
Summary: Many people will complain that this game is just a direct emulation from the GBA version, but is that such a bad thing? I recently bought this game and the fantastic Metroid Echoes, and Mega Game$ has been the only game placed inside my Gamecube so far. Though the graphics are fairly simplistic (GBA-style), the game has amazing replay value. It leaves you saying to yourself, "just one more try"; in my books, this is the sign of a very successful game.
Excerpt: "I laughed so hard when I played this that I dropped my controller on my foot. The game is basically 70 or so obscure mini games that you have to play, they are very simple and require you to press A or move the analog stick. However they are fired at you one after the other in 3 second bursts so test how well you play under pressure. Of course there are insane boss levels and the wario ware inc crew are very......um... interesting characters. My ...
Pros: Lots of halarious ideas, lots of multiplayer modes .
Cons: not that challenging, you only really have to press one button . Sometimes becomes very frustrating
Excerpt: "First of all the wario ware game series are a highly successful series. So I decided to buy this game because I had heard of the reviews and hype and thought that i should give it a try. Wario ware is great value for money for starters. The game features various micro games, which are hours of fun and are about 3 to 5 seconds long. It has loads of stages e.g. logic, IQ and nature etc. Every stage finishes with a boss, as with the stage the bosses ...
Pros: The advantages are that you have such a variety of mini games to choose from
Excerpt: "When I saw this game for Gamecube I had to have it. I was drawn even closer when I saw the price the truth is when I got it, I was disappionted. Having played Mario Party 1-5 I was expecting something simular, alas no it is nothing like the games you'll know. This game is over 200 2-5 second minigames which, in most no-one will have any idea what to do. This caused immense frustration as you will only work out the concept after 3 or more plays of ...
Summary: Having enjoyed the Mario Party series and reading some of the other reviews on this game I was looking forward to getting my hands on this game. It is the multi-player aspect of Party games that make them so much fun so the first time this was played was with 3 other unfortunate friends. However what followed was a major dissapointment.