Reviews and Problems with Wario Ware, Inc.: Mega Party Game$
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James Crawford "- Uberbeard", amazon.co.uk
20 October 2009
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.
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
Summary: this is one...hell...this is the greatest multiplayer game EVER. you do extremely simple random Microgames which last around five seconds each. even simple stuff like brushing teeth is in here. When i got this game. i invited my friends over immediatley and we were laughing so much. one of them needed an ambulance. in my opinion. this is a great game, but is just let down by the poor Single player mode.
Summary: I waited for this for a long time and now its arrived it doesn't disappoint...well only if you dont play multiplayer games. there are over 200 mini games avaliable and many different single player options including fastest round of 20, 40 & 60 games, beat each category or highest number of hard games beaten in a sitting. or you can play each game indivdually to clear the game and beat your high score. this is all well and good for a few hours..
Summary: I had this game for my gameboy already, and I loved it. When I heard it was coming on the Cube I thought great, im going to be getting that. Well I did get it straight away. This is a fun and crazy game, dont expect great graphics, its the same as the GBA. Its fast and mad. I suppose you could get a gameboy player and just play the gameboy version on your telly,but I didnt. There is multiplayer options in there and its under £20 so worth it.
Summary: Wario Ware was first released on the GBA last year, and prooved to be a totally adictive original experience, well suited to the portable GBA format much as Tetris was for the original Gameboy (for those who remember). Wario Ware now materialises on the GameCube. Which opens up the format to multiplayer split screen fun. Where players compete in any of 200 mini, five-second games.
Summary: If you get this game, you have made a wise choice. Based on the GBA sleeper-hit Wario Ware Inc.: Minigame Mania, this is party-gaming at it greatest. At the bottom of it all, this game is based around 200 or so 'microgames', that last around 5 seconds at the most, usually 2 seconds on the fastest difficulty. Each microgame has 3 difficulties, Each employing a slightly harder objective.