Summary: I bought this for my young kids as I thought the mini games would be entertaining and not too challenging but they happen so quick that you have no time to think - especially a 5 year old. I would avoid this!
Summary: I thought this game would be fab, having read the reviews and seen the trailers but I really, really don't like it. You can't play against other players, you can't use your Mii and it's just overall very irritating.
Summary: I'll be honest, I dont actually own this game thankfully, but after playing it at a friends house, I can say i'm pleased I dont. Its the most brain numbing game ive ever played with the most stupidest mini games ever. You are presented mini game after mini game, no instructions, sometimes winning without even knowing it.
Summary: After the crushing disappointment that multiplayer can only be accessed by completing the game (why?), I finished Warioware: Smooth moves in 4 hours, returned it and got a refund. The game guides you gently through the various Wiimote-poses but all too soon the pace slowed to a crawl, the Wiimote pose became irrelevant and it became repetitive. I got it based on expectations of a flashy, fun multiplayer experience to share with friends.
Summary: This game isnt bad at all, the only reason ive rated it so low is because in the two evenings after i bought it i played it for about 2 hours each night, and on the second night was shocked to find that i had completed the game lol, and u really dont have much enthusiasm about replaying the mini games as they are mostly just frustrating to play.