Not on par with the rest of the WarioWare series.

User Rating: 6.5 | WarioWare: Smooth Moves WII
WarioWare games can be some of the funnest games around. They usually have horrible graphics and a stupid plot, but those things only add to the charm. WarioWare consists of many microgames, mini games that last up to ten seconds. After you finish one microgame, another one is thrown at you, so you have to be ready for anything.

One great aspect of WarioWare for the Game Boy is that the controls are simple, solid and easy. In WarioWare: Smooth Moves, you spend the whole time waving your arms trying to get the Wii sensor to pick up your movements. The beginning stage of a game should be easy, especially in a game like WarioWare. So why am I failing to complete the first stage in this one? With all the crazy movements you have to do in this game, you would think Nintendo would have tested them out first. Apparently, they did not test them enough.

Like all WarioWare games, Smooth Moves gets fun after a while, and when you've finally figured out all the controls, it gets much easier. But, WarioWare games should be accessible to anybody picking it up for the first time, and this game sadly is not. While Smooth Moves is still a pretty fun game, most of the Warioware charm is lost due to sometimes impossible controls.