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Warioware: Touched! - Nintendo DS

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
108 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100

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  • Nearly two hundred 5-second mini-games, on after another, for frantic non-stop action
  • Use the stylus for even sillier gaming, like when you have guide a piece of tissue into a nostril
  • You'll also carve a statue with the stylus and much more
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Wario makes his mad debut on the Nintendo DS with 180 all-new, factory-fresh microgames! What really makes this game rock is the DS's touch control. Whether you're slicing veggies flying through the air or ripping the clothes off a sweltering beachgoer, the touch control makes playing Wario's blazingly fast microgames incredibly simple and loads of fun! Did we only say "touch"? Sorry, we forgot mic control. Yep, a karaoke-mad robot named Mike is on hand to get this party going with special mic-controlled games. For the absolutely first time in video-game history, you can blow sweet nothings into the ear of that someone special or cool off a cup of hot java. How cool is that! What are you waiting for? Get Warioware Touched for your Nintendo DS today!

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  • ASIN: B0007D4MVS
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,323 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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68 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Aguilar on March 22, 2005
Format: Video Game
This is the perfect game for gamers like me. Someone who likes to play for 15-20 minutes at a time. Wario Ware Touched is a series of 5 second mini games that are easy to understand, fun to play and full of wacky (sometimes crass) humor. The quick pace of the games makes it perfect for short gaming sessions and still lets you acomplish something.

The main game won't tkae you taht long to finish, but even after you do there are still many other mini games to find. You find them by mastering the games you have already discovered. Playing in "Album" mode gives you a goal, say 20 repititions of the same mini game, that speeds up as you go along. It can get real tense trying to beat the game as it speeds up a bit more each time you play through it. By passing the goal on multiple games you open new mini games. It's a great idea that keeps you playing to find all the hidden mini games. Thankfully these bonus games are every bit as good as the main ones. I'll be playing this game for quite some time trying to uncover all the games and trying to beat my previous high scores.

You'll be dragging things , drawing, tapping, rubbing and even blowing on your DS to play these games. The D-pad and buttons aren't used at all. Some of the action even crosses from one screen on the DS to the other. All these features insure that this is a very unique experience. I think half the fun I had was just playing a game like I never have before. New players of videogmes can pick up on this games mechanics real easy since it's all about touching and moving things around on the screen.

Many times I found myself chuckling or laughing out loud while playing this game. So be careful if you're playing in public and don't want to get crazy looks from passersby. They might think you're going insane and maybe you are, but you're going to having a great time with Wario. A truly memorable gaming experience.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ryan H. on June 14, 2005
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WarioWare has been a small series that was created on the GBA to truly be a short game. The first game wasn't expected to sell as much as it did, but now its on the DS. All the games remain the same, you must play mini games that last for 5 seconds. Sounds easy, right, well at first it starts out slow but then it gets extremely hard by speeding up and even making the games a little more challenging. This installment is the easiest to pick up and play because it does not require any button touches but instead the use of the touch screen for random games.

There are many categories to be unlocked and you get them fairly quickly. That's another thing with the games in the series, they are very short. Being a handheld game I expected it to be short, but the replay value is extremely high. This time around you can unlock toys that allow you to utilize the DS software in the most bizarre ways. For instance, one toy allows you to blow bubbles using the mic while another uses little creatures that follow the stylus and will even fall off the screen if you blow on the mic.

This game is a must-have if you own the DS because it utilizes the touch screen and other features real well. However, you might not like this game if you do not like short and unexplainable games. People who enjoyed Feel the Magic XY/XX will like this game as well because it has the same feel but has more games. This game is made for all ages, the story mode can be completed rather quickly but if you want more of a challenge you can try to get Gold Crowns for all the characters by scoring the high scores on the mini games. Doing so unlocks more toys and stuff to play around with.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. A Carty on March 11, 2005
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This is a really great title. Nintendo has branched out on a great franchise to take advantage of the DS's extra capabilities.

It is a fairly easy game to "beat" but as you get better you do unlock more "microgames" to keep you entertained.

There are a few of the levels that can be very frustrated but I still feel this game has a lot of replay value.

Also of note is that the graphics and music are fantastic. I was very impressed with the cartoon cinema scenes.

I would rate this appropriate for over 13 or possibly 11 if you are concerned about some "crude" humor which I wouldn't say is any worse than Saturday morning cartoons.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Madisen on May 1, 2005
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This is the first must-have game for Nintendo's new handheld. With great implementation of the DS' unique features, fun-for-anyone gameplay, and quirky tone, this will please both the masses and the diehards.

The hook here, obviously, is the touch screen. Let me tell you, using a stylus is just as intuitive as using a button interface. Everything is incredibly responsive; I can't think of a single time when I had to tap or rub repeatedly to get the game to react.

There are a respectable number of characters in the game, each with his or her own control mechanic. To complete the game, you must finish a set of each character's "microgames" (think minigames, only they last around 5 seconds each). For example, there's a character for "slicing", one for "scribbling", and another for "dragging", among others. This variety keeps the game fresh, and always makes you excited to play as a new person.

The microgames themselves are extremely well-designed. Although you are thrown straight into them, with no explanation or instructions, it's a cinch to figure out your objective and complete it within the time limit. You'll find yourself doing things as diverse as scribbling ketchup onto hot dogs, chopping carrots, or scratching backs. Lots of the games are funny, too. I should also mention that each game has three levels of difficulty, which adds more variety.

Maybe what I like best about this game, beyond the great gameplay, is the extraordinary amount of content. Sure, the "main" game can be finished quickly, but there's a boatload of things to do after viewing the credits. By earning high scores, you can earn tons of extra prizes.
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