I Can't Believe I Bought this Game
Nintendo Power mislead me into buying WarioWare: Smooth Moves. It said it was a good choice for a multiplayer party game. At first it was fun. I liked the cartoonish graphics, mini story lines and micro-games. But you can beat the whole game in an hour. And the multiplayer mode gets old fast. It's like playing hot potato with the Wii remote. I can't believe I fell for it. I really need to start trusting my instincts.
" @oldschool: I liked the disco guy who danced with kittens, the cheerleader, ... hell, I liked all the quirky little stories. But I could've watched them on YouTube and saved ... how much did I pay for it? It wasn't $60 I hope. "I paid about $60 Au for it when it was released. I have seen it for as low as $30 on clearance, but I don't regret the $60 as we had a blast at the time.
" I guess I was mostly disappointed because I thought it would be an enduring multiplayer game that we would play over and over again, like Super Smash Bros. Brawl. "I will agree that the multiplayer could have been done better. I don't like pass the Wiimote - I want split screen, face to face competition. It is more hectic and therefore, more fun.
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