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I have a confession to make, I don't care for the 2D Mario games. Wait! Don't throw rotten tomatoes at me! I may not like those old Mario games, but I LOVE the Wario Land series on Gameboy. The mix of fun platforming, puzzles and Wario's interesting transformations made the Wario Land games some of the greatest gaming experiences I've ever had. So when Nintendo announced Wario World for the Gamecube, I thought "hey Mario was great in 3D, I'll LOVE Wario in 3D" I saw the mediocre reviews by all t...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Wario World could have been an interesting title for the platforming genre, but it just comes up short. Wario World goes off of the premise that Wario's treasure has turned into creatures, and he has to defeat them to get his moneyz back. So, yeah, this isn't exactly a gripping narrative, but you shouldn't be going into a Wario game expecting that.The controls in Wario World don't exactly improve on anything thats already been done, but overall its ordinary and not exactly a bad setup. And now, ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Alas, there is someone who has always been in Mario’s glorious shadow and it is not his brother. No my friends, that spot belongs to the plumber’s unfortunate and obese rival, Wario. From the early days of his ventures on the Game Boy to his release on the Gamecube, the tubby gangster has always been a part of an incredibly simple and linear based game-play style. One such example would be the immortality that he possesses through most of his titles. However, Wario World ditches the “live foreve...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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