4 stars 4/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 6 releases and 0 DLC
Wario Land 4 is everything you could possibly want from a platformer. The graphics are clean and pretty, the gameplay is tight, and the level design is unlike anything before it. While many might pass this game up thinking its just a mario knockoff this could not be further from the truth. In a 2D mario platformer the levels are very linear and in Wario Land 4 they have an extremly open, go out and explore feel. Each level is very different from the next, so the game never feels reptetive. Wario...
Wario Land 4 is quite different to its predecessors (Wario Land 1, 2 and 3), because its definitely a shorter game than the last 3, and this time, Wario has a health meter instead of either being unkillable (Wario Land 2 and 3), or killable as Small Wario (Wario Land 1)Graphics 4.5/5Good for Game Boy Advance quality, and despite being a 2D sidescroller, there is definitely a lot of detail in some levels. Although some of the levels look a bit plain, a few others look really good.Gameplay 3.5/5Th...
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