WarioWare, Inc: Mega Microgame$!
Jason Venter says: "If there's one flaw in the whole presentation, it's that sometimes the games begin so quickly, you don't really have time to react to your surroundings. You'll start to mess up more than you would if you had time to get your bearings. Of course, the frantic pace throughout is the reward for putting up with this apparent lack of polish, and it overwhelms any general objections one might have to the game as a whole."
autorock says: "WarioWare Inc. is a drug. Don't mess with it, kids, or it'll mess with you. It might seem 'cool' or 'hip,' but you'll enjoy the pretty pictures and catchy sounds at the expense of your sanity, dignity, and smug sense of moral superiority. It's like a white-frocked mind doctor, dangling rudimentary aptitude tests in front of your gaping eyes and rewarding you with funny pictures whenever you respond as hypothesised. And you'll obey, giggling and drooling like the witless goonchild that you..."
cheekylee says: "There is a moment in this game that will live in infamy. One of the 200+ games is called simply 'Pick', and has you timing a button press so as to insert a finger up a nose. You will probably fail the first time simply because you are laughing so much. But, you'll forgive the game, because about 5 seconds later you have to do something else equally insane. "
dogma says: "I see a game like Wario Ware Inc: Mega Microgames being played from the passenger seat by a gamer tired of looking out the window on a drab car ride. "
icehawk says: "200 mini-games? Wow that sounds… "
snowdragon says: "Do you have a short attention span? Do long, drawn-out adventures like Final Fantasy X hold your interest for a while and then gather dust on a lonely shelf with the rest of your unfinished games? Do you take pills because a talking head in a white coat brainwashed you and your parents into believing that your hyperactivity inhibits all normal interaction with society? If so, then you may not know it yet, but Wario Ware Inc.: Mega Microgames is screaming to you from the confines of its glass dis..."
zoop says: "Very rarely will a game have a big name license, such as Wario (okay, “big name” and “Wario” can be argued together, but he is a hell of a lot better and more credible than Frogger), and provide a new, fresh, and unique aspect of the gaming culture that around 70% have never seen since the “boom” period. This is the type of game that Atari enthusiast and Grand Theft Auto/Devil May Cry games can enjoy alike! Hey, we haven’t gotten soldiers and hippies to hug in a long time, and Wario Ware, Inc. M..."
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