Wario's Back! But He's Not Changed Much..

User Rating: 7.3 | WarioWare: Smooth Moves WII
Looking back to the GC Wario Ware was a really fun title, the multiplayer was really enjoyable and made the hours pass quickly. This time round Wario’s failed to deliver completely, there’s not much been changed from the GC version. Cartoony graphics- check
Addictive mini games- check
Arm flapping- check
Controller beating- check

There seems to be a lack of ingenuity and imagination as it’s predecessors, everything seems to come in a obvious format, boss fights especially. Having said this it still manages to keep the humour that we’re all too familiar with. Single player is as per-usual intriguing for a few hours at least, but even then you’ll probably have completed it. There doesn’t seem to be an awful lot of unlockables for such a quirky game.
The good thing about Smooth Moves is the way it shows off the Wii-mote and exactly what it can do. Wario Ware is still a big series of entertaining games, but Touched and Twisted aside, there’s not a lot left that Wario Ware could offer that seems completely new and refreshing. Nevertheless an entertaining game all the same.