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Wario Ware Inc.: Mega Micro Games

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this is a awesome game

posted by coolgame (OROVILLE, WA) Jul 24, 2006

Member since May 2006

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

if you like mini games... rent this! that's all i have to say..

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An Ingenious Creation

posted by koolkittie (WARRENVILLE, IL) Jun 11, 2006

Member since Feb 2006

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

One day Wario was picking his nose, when he saw a news report, the reporter dog said that the new video game Pyro was a major success. Wario got up, bought a computer, and started making video games, after some vigorous work, and a lot of napping on the job, Wario decided just to cheat his friends into making games instead.

That is the main story of Wario Ware. Not very important at all, the important part is how much fun you're gonna have with this game, the reason? The greatness of this title! The personality of this game is great! One second your picking a nose, the next your entering a dungeon in a renasince of "The Legend of Zelda".

You see, this game runs in "Microgames", what this game calls its minigames, a good term, minigames take too long for this game. (You can unlock special minigames as well!) The main characters are very humorous and their games all reflect their personalities.

This game literally lasts forever, I bought it at launch and still play it today.

If any complaints, it's that that the basic "story
mode" is short, and easier than your average video game, something this game is not. By now you're probably bored of me, so I'll just sumarize this.

Presentation: 10: like no other
Graphics: N/A: Too mixed to grade
Sound: N/A: same as grapics
Lasting appeal: 9: lasts forever
Overall: 9

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Good ADD-style Fun

posted by kanoeN (TORRANCE, CA) Apr 8, 2013

Member since Apr 2006

Sometimes, playing a game that lasts hours and hours with a deep, engrossing storyline is just too much for your attention and you want to play something that brings you instant gratification. In such times, WarioWare really hits the spot. Each quick mini-game typically requires only simple moves but the ingenuity and humor injected into each task makes this classic minigame-style cart one for the ages.

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