Excerpt: Game & Wario on the Wii U received a recent price drop. Which brought it into the range Family Friendly Gaming was willing to spend on this home console video game. Game & Wario comes in a physical copy, and the less desired downloadable version.
Excerpt: Mario's frequently flatulent alter-ego makes his Wii U debut in yet another quirky collection of mini games, this time bringing the system’s touchscreen gamepad to center stage. While prior Wario-branded collections typically packed a multitude of bite-sized games, Game & Wario requires a slightly...
Excerpt: is incredibly uninspired, a hack-job of a mini-game collection from a developer & publisher who should know better. For this to be the big early Summer Nintendo-approved release for the Wii U is a slap in the face to gamers starved for something- anything- to play on their shiny new console.
Excerpt: Game & Wario is one of those games that had so much potential to highlight innovative uses for the Wii U's GamePad. The keyword in that sentence is 'had'. The best word to describe Game & Wario is disappointment.
Conclusion: And that’s all I have to say about Game & Wario. Sadly, while I do enjoy the game, it’s definitely one of the weakest in the WarioWare series. And I hate saying that because I want this game and the Wii U to succeed.
Summary: Wii U early adopters are in a curious position right now. We’ve had to wait a while for solid content on the console and while there certainly is good stuff coming, it seems we’ll have to wait a few months more before it gets here.