In the latest addition to the Wario Ware series, Wario steals a couple of handhelds and drops them in the sewer and an old man comes out and due to Wario's greediness, he ends up snatching a DS. That alone can tell you that there's basically no story whatsoever. Touched! uses the DS's features pretty well. It has what you would expect of a DS game trying to focus on the touch screen and slightly on the microphone. The microgames offer unique gameplay, as well as the toys (which I'll get into later). There's not much to say as for gameplay on a Wario Ware game; it's just the usual wacky unique stuff. Nearly every part of the game looks 2D and each one illustration being done decently. The graphics are good, as well as the character models. Every part of the game looks like it was done with care, but there are a few graphical nitpicks that also take off from it. The music in the game is actually good. The songs that was played during the games were not annoying and some might even have you singing them after playing the game enough. Overall, the musical score is fitting, and enjoyable. It's nothing that you'll want to download and put on a cd for however. The game is pretty short in all honesty. The toys and the high scores (to get a final toy) are what make the gamer want to keep coming back. Completely certain things in the game or getting a certain score for a character will reward you with a toy. The toys are then available to fiddle around with and I find most of them fun. I've got all but one toy, but the one's that I do have are quite entertaining and worth putting in the extra effort to obtain. Overall I found the game to be very fun, as are pretty much all Wario Ware games, and the game has enough to merit a purchase. If the DS had a larger library, then I wouldn't consider this a must-have title; but all things considering, I'd say this is must-have for anyone who's looking for a more than decent DS game. It's not must-have, but it's very much worth to have.