Summary: I brought this game with high hopes. After reading reviews and hearing nothing but good things about the game, I thought it would be a brilliant game to buy. I put the game on to play as soon as it arrived. The graphics are good and the music itneresting. The way you have to complete different challenges is fun as you have to manouvre the Wii remote in odd ways. However, this is where the fun ends.
Excerpt: "...version in the WarioWare collection; WarioWare: Smooth Moves. GAMEPLAY Wario stumbles into an old cave and finds the "Form Batton", (Wii-Mote) and then that's how it starts. Then come along the crazy minigames, the recognizeable characters, and humour. I find the gameplay OK, but as always, the minigames are SO repetitive! GRAPHICS The graphics are good. The miis are slightly off-match. I've seen better graphics not just on other WarioWare games. SOUND There's ...
Pros: Some of the gameplay .
Cons: Some of the gameplay, graphics could be better, sound is bad, too easy, expensive, bad multiplayer
Summary: This game is a series of mini games each lasting no more than forty five seconds. The emphasis here is on quick fun, and the game uses most of the wii remote's capabilities, whether you are pumping up a balloon till it busts by waving the wii remote up and down vertically or sawing a log of wood by waving the wii remote horizontally, it is all very fast paced.
Wario Ware: Smooth Moves (Wii): Wario where: is the content
9 September 2008
Summary: I generally like it if a new game that I buy has more to see in it than what I discover within the first day of playing it, and this is where Wario Ware fails miserably. I bought the game after seeing favourable reviews and hearing that it was brilliant fun. I completed the single player in 3 hours - not too unusual for a Wario Ware game, but the multiplayer game on the Gamecube version was what kept me and my friends playing it for a long time.
Summary: This was one of the first games I got for my Wii, and I must say its not one of my favourites, very good as a first game as it not only taught me lots of ways to use the controller but also as the games were so quick it kept my concentration. I think my favourite part was telling everyone else that they had to do the actions exactly how they appeared on the screen.
Summary: The game is fun the first couple of times you play and then you have beat the game - too easy! You also have to watch 5 min long videos before you can start each new level - very frustrating! Not worth the money - just rent it, and you can beat it before you return it. Mario Party 8 is the way to go!
Summary: I had high hopes for this game as I thought the previous titles in the series were all excellent. At first the Wii version of Wario Ware is the sort of wacky fun you'd expect from its predecessors, the sort of thing that anybody can enjoy after a few seconds with the game. But overall this is nowhere near as good as the Gamecube, GBA or DS versions. For one thing the previous' quick fire' game play has had to slow right down to fit the Wii.