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GF Rating
7.2

4991 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

I liked it

posted by Intruder11 (HOPE VALLEY, RI) Jan 20, 2007

Member since Nov 2006

I think the WarioWare games are a lot of fun, I also love the Characters, so not being able to skip the cut scenes didn't bother me. but the bottom line is that this is a party game! like some others said, this game is great if you have ten or twenty minutes to burn. I also feel that the only reason to play the single player would be to unlock more games, or sharpen up your skills for when your friends come over. and I assure you, if your friends are a bunch of immature goofs, or if they just like to listen to Immature... it's a Blast!

You have to at least try this, and lets face it.. If you like it.. you'll buy it.

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GF Rating
7

Good

Good experience

posted by Sweatdrop (ELKIN, NC) Jan 19, 2007

Member since Sep 2005

This game shows the Wii's potential for moving your body or hands around that we have never done before in video game history. I received this game today in the mail and finished it in around 4 hours. It was a good experience, but lacked replay value for me. I really don't want to replay the minigames that I've already done, it'll just feel repetitive. I suppose inviting friends over will make you glad that you have this game, but I could say it's worth a rental if you like to save your money for something that you would want to play a game that adds a total of 50-60 hour of gameplay, rather than 4-6 hours.

If you like to sit down and play something for 30-45 minutes a day and have fun, or you don't have the time to sit on your chair and leveling up, then this game will achieve that for you greatly.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

GAME OF THE YEAR....

posted by GameWiz93 (WABASH, IN) Jan 19, 2007

Member since Jan 2005

Nintendo rewrites the history books with this game. Nintendo brought everything great from the Wario Microgame seris into this game and made it even greater with the revolutuinary Wii remote.

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