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If you can count on Nintendo to always do one thing right, since the dawn of time they have done platforming to perfection. This continues with WARIO MASTER OF DISGUISE, an excellent way to combine classic platforming with nice touch-screen controls. More or less, this is a sort of PRINCESS PEACH 2. You use the stylus and arrows for all the controls (or the buttons if you are a lefty, like me) and it works really well. Drawing disguises on Wario, and learning which disguise works best for each situation is fun as well. Where this game suffers is the way actual disguises are found, with doofy minigames. If this was any character BUT Wario I would be even more disappointed with how dumb these games are, with how much they take away from the solid platforming - but thanks to WARIOWARE, it is a little understandable WHY theyre in here. But they still are bland and boring. The graphics are a tiny bit better than typical gba platformers, but who cares about great visuals when the platforming itself is as solid as this is. This is not WARIOLAND, this is also not anything near as fun as NEW SUPER MARIO BROTHERS, YOSHIS ISLAND DS, or SUPER PRINCESS PEACH. However, this is a very fun platforming game with dumb minigames and TERRIBLE "cut scenes". And you get to be WAH WAH WAHHHHRIO which is always fun. C +.