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.
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: It was bound to happen...True multiplayer madness. Wario Ware Inc. Mega Party Game$ is the best multiplayer title since Super Smash Bros. Melee. As a single player experience, it comes out as a little shallow. If you're fortunate enough to own 3 friends, then you're in luck. With 12 modes of multiplayer games, each of which can be played with 2,3,or 4 players, things can get out of hand.
Summary: You have to get this. Make no excuses. Buy it. Introducing Wario Ware straight from the GBA (almost). There's 200 + minigames, all of them approximately 3 seconds long. You're probably thinking how on earth this works, but trust me it does. There are no new single player mini-games apart from the GBA ones, but the multi-player is better than Mario Kart. Worth buying an extra 3 WaveBirds for.'Nuff said.
Excerpt: "Sometimes you just want a game that’s just that bit different. Something that will keep surprising you until the end. Something you don’t mind playing over and over. Wario Ware, Inc: Mega Micro Games was one of those games. Released on the GBA last year it was an instant hit with those who played it. It also won the Edge award at the Edinburgh Games Festival this year. Of course, its fair to say, the UK GBA market isn’t exactly on a high thanks to ...
Summary: When i first saw this game in a shop in the U.S., I decided not to buy it. Then i read a magazine review of it, which told me to buy it. I did and it is one of the best games on the Gamecube , and is constantly in my Gamecube - especially when a few mates are round. Many will be put off by its 'childish' exterior and many will automatically take a negative view, but everyone who i know know who has played it thinks this is one of the best games on the gamecube.
Summary: When i first saw this game in a shop in the U.S., I decided not to buy it. Then i read a magazine review of it, which told me to buy it. I did and it is one of the best games on the Gamecube , and is constantly in my Gamecube - especially when a few mates are round. Many will be put off by its imature exterior and many will automatically take a negative view, but everyone who i have introduced to this game has loved it.
Seventeen quid? For a new Gamecube game? Shurely not?
P. Taylor, amazon.co.uk
8 September 2004
Summary: Wario Ware, Inc. is essentially a Gamecube re-release of the popular Game Boy Advance Game of the same name, with the addition of extensive multiplayer options. The game is based around the same 200-odd tiny games ('microgames' as it calls them) as its handheld counterpart, that test your reactions and ability to work out what you have to do very quickly with only a one- or two-word hint (such as 'Build!' or 'Catch!').