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Game & Wario - Nintendo Wii U

Platform : Nintendo Wii U
Rated: Everyone
69 customer reviews
Metascore: 61 / 100
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  • Explore an astounding variety of game types made by Wario and friends
  • Use the Wii U GamePad controller in new, amazing ways only possible on the Wii U console
  • Play games and earn coins to unlock in-game prizes
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Wario and friends are bringing new ways to play with the Wii U GamePad controller! Use the GamePad creatively whether it’s shielding you from suction-cup arrows, becoming a disco floor for dance battles, or acting as a thief’s best tool against detection. Playing and sharing in the WarioWare fun is an experience you won’t find anywhere else. Discover a collection of unusual games that stretch the boundaries of traditional “video games.” Use the Wii U GamePad controller in new ways to tackle wildly addictive challenges. In combination with the TV, use the motion-sensing GamePad to skillfully slalom down slopes, fire at invading robots and aliens, and take pictures of suspected felons. Play games to earn bragging rights among your friends and also to earn special coins to redeem for WarioWare prizes. With a wide assortment of truly unique games for everyone, you’ll be coming back again and again.

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  • ASIN: B00CHYOP94
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 23, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,910 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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63 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Nutwiisystem.Com on June 24, 2013
Format: Video Game
When I first started up Game and Wario, I noticed that my Wii remotes kept turning themselves off. I recalibrated them a few times before I realized that this was intentional. This game doesn't use the Wii remotes at all. It just uses your Wii U GamePad and your TV.

Game and Wario is a collection of 16 mini-games, 4 of them multi-player, and 12 of them single player. It was originally created to be a demonstration of the Wii U's GamePad, much as Wii Sports was a demonstration of the Wii Remote's capabilities. But the story goes that the developers ended up designing so many of these games that they decided to release them as a stand-alone title.

It's a shame that at least some of these didn't come pre-installed on the Wii U, as I think the slow sales of the Wii U are at least partially due to people being perplexed by the GamePad. Yes, there are a few hints of its potential in Nintendo Land, but Game and Wario really shows off the full potential of the GamePad.

Here's a description of each of the games.

Multi-player:

1) Fruit

In this game, a player on the GamePad chooses a random cartoon character who is the "thief" who has to steal some fruit scattered around the scene. He controls the player on the GamePad, trying to blend into a crowded scene of other cartoon characters milling about. 2-4 players watch the TV and try to pick out which character the thief is, based on clues such as the thief "standing out a bit" when stealing fruit and a camera focused on the general location of the thief every 30 seconds. It's certainly not as interactive or frenetic as Mario Chase on Nintendo Land; it's more a game of observation. I'd give this a 4 of 5.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 3, 2013
Format: Video Game Verified Purchase
I was really excited for this game since they showed it at the Wii U launch presentation. Patiently waiting,. I per-ordered as soon as it was available. The first time I played I played each of the single player games which other reviews have accurately described.
The second time I had a friend, who doesn't get the Wii U, play games with me. He was pleasantly surprised by some games, and perplexed by others.

I enjoy it more with another person, even if I am the only one playing. Some later levels can become frustrating, and Bird certainly becomes hard later. The multiplayer games are great, except thee rhythm one that we couldn't make work.

The cut scenes are very well done, and the music is fitting. Voices are rarely used, and I don't think they were really necessary.

I would suggest it if you want a more relaxed or quirky game, or if you like party games that are short and more unique.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Luigi on July 13, 2013
Format: Video Game
I initially bought this game to play it with my friends. Knowing other Warioware games I was somewhat hesitant to buy it and on game night to even play it. One of my friends convinced me to play it, he kept telling me "It's like Nintendo Land!" Point is he couldn't have been and more wrong. The single player was really short and we took turns beating the levels. It really only took us about 45 minutes to beat it. But when we continued on to the multiplayer games we had such a good time! I recommend this game for families and friends wanting to play fun multiplayer modes!
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By @flutieflakez on June 24, 2013
Format: Video Game
This game may not be for everyone but what it does is show some of the many capabilities of the Wii U gamepad. It isn't as long as a normal Wii U game and the price reflects that. If you enjoy minigames to play that are creative this is the perfect pick up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev) on July 24, 2014
Format: Video Game
Wario and co. have always shown us what kinds of interesting ways our Nintendo consoles could be used for. In WarioWare Twisted, we saw how cool it was to tilt the Game Boy Advance to shave a guy's beard or guide a ball to a gap. In Touched, we used the stylus to scratch backs, tap buttons, and the mic to blow away Fronks when we weren't supposed to. In Smooth Moves, we used the Wii Remote in all sorts of weird ways (even positioning it by our noses!) and antics like dancing, balancing, shooting, etc. In Game & Wario? We are only given around a dozen demonstrations.

This is because Game & Wario is supposedly a WarioWare "spin-off" deviating from the 5-second quirkiness of hundreds of microgames and instead diving into minigames that last minutes. Think each one as a boss microgame in a traditional WarioWare game, except playing each one individually makes for more potential to be fun. You can shoot arrows at baddies, go skiing, take pictures of suspects, and jump from foothold to foothold.

While most of these minigames can be fun in their own right (But not without a few duds), the single player campaign leaves you playing the first level of each one. It doesn't take long before you reach the end of it. During my playthrough, I went "Wait...That was it?!" when I saw the credits screen.

That's not to say Game & Wario is a mediocre game. What keeps it from that territory are the games that are truly fun to play when you play them individually, as well as the multiplayer minigames, which never disappoint when it comes to intense hijinks with family and friends! There's even a "minigame" that allows you to play through fast-paced microgames just like in the olden days!
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