Reviews and Problems with Wario Ware: Smooth Moves
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don't understand the popularity
D. Duncan, Amazon
8 January 2009
Summary: Played this game with some friends and we all thought it was boring. One friend actually fell asleep from being so bored. Maybe it was ruined for us because nothing is funnier than the raving rabbids!! I would not by it unless price goes way down or maybe if you had little kids that would be entertained by this.
Summary: Although I got rave reviews from a friend who said they were laughing so hard playing this, they almost wet their pants, I find it a bit boring. As I don't personally like to watch cartoons of any kind, I hate having to watch the little story boards that can't be skipped by to get to the actual game parts. I am having friends over this weekend and we are going to play this with other Wii games, so maybe I'll change my mind. BUT....
Summary: This game, I must say, was incredibly fun. The controls were easy to get the hang of, and the instructions were very amusing. However, and hour and a half later, the fun was over, because we had finished the game. Yeah, that's right, BEAT THE GAME. I hadn't entirely given up hope yet, though. I mean, it's the Wii, so the multiplayer must be good! Wrong.
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.
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.
Summary: Many of the mini games are all but identical to each other. Some are ridiculously easy and some really hard to complete in the time frame. The skill level doesn't appear to increase as you progress. It's very childish, I'm in my mid 20s and found it painfully inane. So did my retired mother, who by comparison, loves playing wii sports, she found this game stupid and found it hard to keep up with the pace of all the short games.
Summary: <<Narrative>> Only one word can really describe the story in Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, and that is random. The insanity present in all of the Wario Ware games has transferred nicely onto the Wii version, and whilst this may not be everyone's cup of tea, I enjoyed the fast paced nature of the mini games, and the rapid progress throughout.
Summary: I had never previously played any Wario Ware games prior to purchasing this, and thankfully I've been better off, if they were anything like this. Wario Ware Smooth Moves is, basically, just a collection of lots and lots of 5 second mini games, slotted into a story line. Sounds fairly resonable? Wrong. The game is pure madness.
Summary: This is one of the most pointless games I've ever played, I really tried to get into the game, as it has rave reviews just about everywhere I looked on the internet & in magazines, but I was really disappointed. The controls feel awkward. In the game you are given directions on how to play the game, how to hold the remote etc, but you can hold the remote any way you like with the same results, the fun & unique factor of 'smooth moves' lasts about 5 minutes.