I'm a big fan of the WarioWare series, but this spin-off doesn't measure up to its predecessors. Only a very few of the games are any fun, and they get old pretty quickly. If you're looking for a fun collection of mini-games to showcase the Wii U's capabilities, I'd stick with "Nintendo Land".
posted by jdsampsonite (APACHE JUNCTION, AZ) Jul 24, 2013
Member since Dec 2012
I had a lot of fun with this game and it is deffinetly worth a rent. However I feel that $40 is to steep of a price to pay for the game. It just did not have enough games to play within. On the single player side Shutter makes really good use of the game pad having you be a photographer going out on assignments and you have to use your game pad to zoom in and get pictures of different targets. Gamer is a lot of fun it has you as a kid who doesn't want his mom to catch him playing games. You have to play little games on the game pad and keep from the mom catching you on the screen. It had my kids hiding under a blanket whenever my wife walked by them, as a game. Taxi makes decent use of the game pad, you drive around in a little car on the screen and then use the game pad to shoot down aliens. It was ok but not great. After those there was not much that really kept my interest in the single players. Ok but didn't really want to go back to. Multiplayer: Sketch is a great pictionary game, and fruit is an enjoyable multiplayer game where you steal fruit on the gamepad and then afterwards those watching try to guess who the culprit is. It makes you realize why police lineups dont work that well. The other two multiplayer games were pretty boring. So rent it and enjoy, but would be worth picking up at a price around $20