Reviews and Problems with Wario Ware: Smooth Moves
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Fun but lacking depth
Josh Takano, Amazon
26 February 2007
Summary: Having played the Wario Ware on Gamecube, I didn't hesitate at all to pick up Smooth Moves without reading any reviews or checking out the game. The puzzles are just as fun as always and very fun to play. However, there is a huge lack of multiplayer options. I first opened the game with some friends expecting to play some multiplayer, only to find that you have to first unlock the multiplayer. So after about 1 hour we were finally able to play against each other.
Summary: The best part of Warioware: Smooth Moves is trying to decide in a few seconds what the game is asking you to do. This can be a lot of fun initially, but the suspense wears off when you are no longer challenged by the three-second mini-games. I look for challenge and replay value above anything else in a game, because if it's too easy and/or forgettable, what is the point in investing in the game?
Summary: The minigames are good fun for the kids but for big kids like us (or our godkids who are teenagers) it is just too easy and boring. It is just taking turns in lots of mini games which did not keep the teens or our attention so we returned to Mario Party 8 which we think has a good mix of minigames and board gameplay.
Great playability, "Ware's" away quickly depending on game...
17 September 2013
Summary: The Wario Ware series, to those who haven't played any, consists of a series of micro games (no longer than 3secs) played one after another and consist of doing things from the fantastic to the mundane (picking your nose, seriously...) This would put quite a few people off this game, the micro games length doesn't allow for involving game play but this game is better played as light entertainment and is definitely played better with two (or more) The variety of the games...
Summary: I love this game it's quick it's kind of challenging and most of all it's great fun to play! It does get annoying and tedious but that's the point! I bought for my friends children for Christmas!
Excerpt: "Warioware Smooth Moves (Wii) We have had this game for almost as long as we have had our Nintendo Wii, so nearly three years I think. This was not part of a Wii bundle at the time, it was purchased separately. And it is a really unique game in my opinion. - About the game This game is described as “Take interactive gaming to a whole new level! Use the Wii remote to bring the part to its feet as you jump, punch, dance and more through over 200 ...
Pros: Most mini games are easy, very unique games, interactive due to the wii remote, quite fun
Cons: Only a one player game, can be really boring and tedious, the stories/clips
Excerpt: Warioware Smooth Moves. Nintendo Wii Warioware Smooth Moves is one of the Wii's many party games. It features a series of mini games to play using the Wii remote in often unusual and creative ways. I purchased this game after owning the Nintendo DS version and loving it. After waiting a while for the price to come down I eventually managed to pick up a copy for £14.99 in the pre-owned section of Game Stop in Birmingham.