Warioware Smooth Moves has over 200 mini games and is just so much fun
cobain112 wrote this review on .
.Great use of the wii remote.
Over 200 mini games.
.It sucks you in and makes you want to keep playing...
.But the story mode is very short, and the multiplayer mostly just includes passing the wii remote around.
Warioware comes to the wii with all new controls which work very well.
Although a very short story line and no online multiplayer this game is still worth buying. Its priced at around 30 pounds and since it only takes about 5 hours to complete its not really worth it although there is definitely good replay value. The story mode includes random things like sawing a piece of wood and with the wii remote you move it like you would a saw. Also if there are certain mini games during the story mode you can always go to the castle place where you can play any mini game from the game you like.
The multiplayer in the game is only fun for a short amount of time especially since it only includes just passing the Wii Remote across the room to the second player. Towards the end of the game theres a few levels which do include the Nun-Chuk but thats optional this game does not require a Nun-Chuk which is not a problem because lots of people have a Nun-Chuk and they are really cheap.
The only reason I have not given this game a 9.0/10 is because if there was online it would be a huge amount of fun and also because the story is too short but there are over 200 different mini games all unique.