Some thought it disappointingly shallow where others had an unusual, but ultimately enjoyable experience. Nintendo's latest Wario-themed Wii U-exclusive assortment of quirky and highly imaginative minigames, Game & Wario, is unquestionably divisive.
The credits in the new Nintendo game Game & Wario are as weird as the rest of the game, but they're also possibly the best credits ever. They serve a serious, modern purpose. And they make some good jokes.
Are there insane people working at Nintendo HQ? Game & Wario suggests there are. Behold, one of the weirdest pieces of software ever made by the House of Mario, a game that is not a WarioWare game, is not a great game, but is a comedic must-play triumph.
Nintendo loves farts, and they would very much like you to know it. That's right! Farts!
I'm just saying. I'M JUST SAYING. If you're going to call the promotional campaign for your game a "Crowdfarter" and talk ceaselessly about farts, said promotional campaign had best feature some actual flatulence. In that respect, Game & Wario's goofy new promotional campaign is a disappointment.
Game & Wario is a new mini-game collection and spin-off of the WarioWare series for the Wii U. And of the minigames in the collection, many come with a short introduction cutscene starring Wario and/or the other characters from the WarioWare series.
Game & Wario is a new mini-game collection on the Wii U which is a spinoff of Nintendo's popular WarioWare series. One of the included mini-games is Gamer, an aptly titled game about what it's like to be a young gamer.
Here, go ahead and watch the first thirty minutes of Game & Wario for the Wii U. Do it!
Announced today during a Nintendo Direct broadcast, Game & Wario bundles together 16 mini-games where players with the Wii U gamepad and Wimotes will compete against each other. One game called Fruits will have players stealing edibles while the others try to catch him. In the video above, Nintendo president Satoru…
Inception features dreams that are in dreams. Nintendo's newest Wario title, Game & Wario, is kind of like that, too.
Nintendo unveiled its latest party game, Game & Wario. Like other Game & Wario games, it only needs one controller. Five players can play, but four of them don't need controllers. At all. Just good eyes.
Coming in early 2013, Game & Wario is the latest entry in Nintendo's series of Wario party games. Outfitted with 16 games, Game & Wario can support up to five players and needs only one GamePad.
Leave it to Mario's evil doppelganger to demonstrate the innovative potential of a new piece of hardware. As you can see from this video we shot of Game & Wario at E3 this week, Wario and his friends do a nice job showing off some of the unique ways you can use the Wii U's GamePad controller to play games.…
The 3DS Excepted, new Nintendo hadware launches over the last decade or so have almost been defined by the Wario games released at or near their launch. Combining quirky mechanics with an almost requirement to play them socially, they do as good a job of any game of making the most of a system's unique capabilities.