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Wario Land 4

by Nintendo
Game Boy Advance
Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews) 88 / 100

Price: $89.95
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  • Classic characters
  • 20 levels
  • plenty of puzzles
  • cool graphics
  • single-player action
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  • ASIN: B00005MI42
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 4.8 x 0.9 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,547 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Some things never change and for us, that's good news. For example, Mario's archrival, Wario he's looking good on the Game Boy Advance, but he's still the same money-crazed hooligan who starred in some of the greatest handheld platformers of all time. This time around, the story of a golden pyramid is enough to send the big blowhard racing off to the nearest jungle. Sure enough he finds the big brick triangle, but before he can collect the loot he'll have to undergo a brain- and body-bending series of challenges. Four guardians stand jealously over the four sections of the pyramid. Wario will either have to defeat each guardian or activate a switch and escape before time runs out. No longer invincible, Wario will have to replenish his health meter by gathering pieces of heart. Wario will have to undergo even more dramatic transformations before the big showdown with the head honcho of the golden pyramid.

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A whole new M(W)arior World, more like a puzzle challenge February 20, 2002
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This game is amazing, especially to me, because I did not like Wario Land and the Mario games have been done to death. Wario, who is a bigger bullying version of Mario offers a whole new game to play. Rather than Mario who jumps on enemies, leaps to punch blocks above him and collects mushrooms and fire flowers to power-up; Wario uses the direct method, ramming straight through enemies, blocks and collects hearts for energy. You can even pick up enemies to throw them. So what makes this game different than a Mario game? Because a Mario game was simple, where you go right and find the end of a level. With Wario's land, each level is a miniature maze, where you enter a level through a portal where you must then find four pieces of a stone, which are scattered in the level, then you must find the key. They key is unique, because they key is a bird who's beak is the key and it actually flies behind you and bigger enemies can steal the key and hold it hostage. You can leave the level, but the key is needed to get to the next level. To top it all off, you can't just finish a level, you must find and activate a bomb! The bomb then sets a timer at the top of the screen for you to exit the level by. Each level is very detailed and the graphics are completely different, such as a Desert, a Haunted House, a Lake, a Raining Swamp, Paradise, and a Sunflower Field to name a few. To make sure you don't get bored, there are coins, jewels and gold to collect, in which with all of this cash, you can pay to play mini games, like Roulette, Homerun Derby and Wario Hop. The graphics are great and Wario is full of tricks so there is great gameplay.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wario Land 4 September 30, 2001
The widely popular Wario Land series makes its 4th installment on the GameBoy Advance. This time around, our greedy 2-D friend is inside of a golden pyramid that supposedly holds a wealth of untold treasure. The gameplay is similar to past Wario games, & this time around Wario is no longer invicible, meaning you'll half to be a bit more careful while looking for gold. & the bright, colorful graphics show up much nicer on the GBA's screen then the past Wario Land 3 for GBC did. & last but not least, you can take a break from stealing & play mini games to earn extra coins. Bottom line: This one should be one to look forward to.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Wonderful Wario! November 28, 2001
I am an adult who has played and won all 4 Wario games. This one is a little different. You must go through all the levels in a pyramid and collect crystals, coins, a cd (which you can listen to in the sound room), 4 jewel pieces which are in treasure chests, and the hidden treasure. At the beginning of the level you will enter a vortex. After you find the above items, you must find Keyzer (a key shaped bird) and the special switch. When you jump on the switch the timer starts and you have a limited amount of time to return to the beginning of the level and exit through the vortex. If you have collected Keyzer, you can unlock the door to the next level. After you have collected all four pieces of the jewel in all four levels in a passage, you must fight a boss. This is where the coins and crystals come in handy. After each level, for 5,000 coins, you can play a mini game and collect medals. The mini-games are baseball, hopping over things, and roulette with Wario's face. All are fun. With the medals you can buy an item in the item shop on the way to meet the boss. The items will do damage to the boss which can make your job easier. Wario has all of his usual moves, ie jump, grab, swim, roll, dash, smash, stomp, and with the help of friends he can get fat, turn into fire or ice, and fly. However, he not invincible. You must also gather hearts for health. When you lose all health you go to the beginning of the level and lose all items. I really enjoyed this game. The only complaint might be that it was too short. It could have had more levels. Although I must admit, I have not yet found all of the items, so...keep playing!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game - great replay value, just too easy March 13, 2002
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I loved Wario Land for Game Boy, so this was the first game I went out and bought when I got the GBA. I must say I was impressed with the graphics, they were clear and detailed. Wario can be fat, puff up like a balloon (due to an allergic reaction from a bee sting), catch on fire, turn into a snowball and more. There are many secrets to be found in every level, that is always a bonus. 4 jewel pieces must be found in each board before you can confront the boss. Collecting all of the CDs is quite difficult (there is one for each board), and they really don't seem to serve any purpose, but I haven't found all of them yet. The story line is pretty typical, but with a few surprises once you get to the end of the game. My only complaint is that the game is fairly easy.
There is a shop owned by a little wavy guy that you pass right before each boss - my advice, don't buy anything from him if you want the game to be more challenging. You play games and earn coins to purchase things from the shop, and then the guy follows you into the boss's chamber and hits him with whatever you bought (there are various item to choose from, the more expensive it is the more damage it does) before you confront him. The problem? Some of the items do so much damage you only have to hit the boss once or twice to beat him. Great if you want all the treasure, which disappears as the clock winds down while you're fighting the boss. But even the final boss can be beaten easily if an extra item is purchased. But like I said before there are many secrets in this game, and many items to collect, which makes it fun to play even after you've beaten the game - you can go back to your beaten game's levels and explore them further.
A bit childish, somewhat easy, but hey - I had fun playing it, and that's the point, right? So I give this game 4 stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Greed is good
I have a little bit of a history with Wario Land 4. I played it often when I was a whole lot younger, but I never actually beat the game. Read more
Published 3 days ago by Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev)
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I LOVE THIS GAME it cool and fun and not hard get it
Published 2 months ago by Charisse Haines
4.0 out of 5 stars nice gift
bought it as a gift, no complaints
Published 5 months ago by Lydia Kinne
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Warioland sequel.
A fun and highly addicting addition to the Warioland series, fun gameplay and great graphics. I'd highly recommend it!
Published 6 months ago by anonymous rogue
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best games I've ever played
I lost my original copy so I had to grab another. I put it in my Gameboy Player for Gamecube and in my DS, works great. Read more
Published 10 months ago by Kyle
3.0 out of 5 stars cant save
I have to play this game over and over again because of it does not save. It doesnt even save the level where they tell you what to do!
Published 11 months ago by Jacob
1.0 out of 5 stars Creepy for only one reason...
There is one reason why I give this game 1 star. Because of one reason...the game is creepy. Why is it creepy? Read more
Published 13 months ago by J. Justice
5.0 out of 5 stars Maze-like levels with no time limit... at first
This is a different sort of platformer than usual. It feels more like a puzzle game, but it certainly has its share of tricky platforming. (damn alligators... Read more
Published 20 months ago by nkorth
5.0 out of 5 stars Wario Land 4
This is about the very best game ever devised for the Game Boy Advance Sp . And the GameBoy Advance is a wonderful medium..so very portable and pocketable! Read more
Published 20 months ago by Nancy Morse
5.0 out of 5 stars Wario land 4 rocks
Love this item. It Came just as described. Recieved it sooner than estimated. I would by from this vendor again.
Published on January 7, 2013 by Caroline Poe
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