Summary: My wife and I played this with our 5 year old son. It's easy enough for him to get through most levels to move the story along which is why it's fun for the casual gamer. You don't easily die or lose.
Summary: This game is not overly challenging yet difficult enough at certain points to keep you trying. The 2D graphics and gameplay are a wonderful addition to any Wii collection. The levels are interesting and have great replay value. The story, although VERY simple, is enough to make game entertaining.
Summary: It's hard to find a 2D game these days that isn't from the bargain bin or just shoddy. This is how a next gen platformer should look. Nintendo has outdone themselves with the look of Wario. The animation is fluid and top notch, the colors bright and vivid, and backgrounds are wonderfully varied.
Summary: It's nice to see Nintendo every once and a while release a title whose gameplay seems like something off of the great SNES. If you love 2d platformers, this game isn't the best in the world, but it is pretty solid.
Summary: Wario Land: Shake It! is a game with true style. Hand drawn graphics and constant humor give this title a charm all it's own. While many have remarked on it's bland music, I actually found it to be quite appealing. It fits the game perfectly and even sets the proper mood on certain stages.
Summary: Wario Land Shake It!, its a beatiful 2D game to enjoy if you are a true gamer. The best thing about this tittle its the scenarios (backgrounds), and off course the character, Wario, who is very funny.
Summary: My girlfriend's son and I have had a blast with this during Xmas vacation. It is a very entertaining game to watch others play, and we have often had a group laughing at our antics as we played. Although it is nowhere near as engaging as Super Mario Galaxy, Warioland Shake It!
Very fun, cute graphics, retro side-scrolling yet new Wii control style
17 November 2008
Summary: When I bought this game I was hoping for some retro side-scrolling Mario-style action, and for the most part I'd say the game lives up to that. It implements a lot of new controls, like flipping the Wiimote to throw Wario in the air.