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.
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.
Remember all the insane games you used to play at slumber parties? Remember how much fun you had? Well the Danes do as well, and they made a video game about it.
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.
Inception features dreams that are in dreams. Nintendo's newest Wario title, Game & Wario, is kind of like that, too.
Coming November 15 to an iTunes near you, Arranger is a madcap musical adventure that stitches together a Zelda-style RPG, WarioWare-esque mini-games and King's Quest questing and style into an epic tale of world-saving and saxophone-playing.
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.…
EA Sports Active 2.0 is probably going to be a healthy product when it is released: software marshaled for good. EA Sports Active 2.0 as demonstrated for me last night was something else, something somewhat intriguing and probably, amusingly dangerous.
That's midnight Kotaku time, so, seven hours from now. If you've been perfecting your Kotaku-themed WarioWare D.I.Y. mini-game to win the enormous grand prize package Nintendo's put up, now's the time to wrap things up and go gold.
You have a little more time, WarioWare D.I.Y. owners, to make a game that might win you a prize. If you want to win, check out the contest details. Non-contestants, go to that same post to gawk at the submissions.
Our WarioWare D.I.Y. contest continues. You haven't won it yet. You haven't lost either. Details here. Prizes sitting in the proverbial vault waiting to be claimed. Details here. Just make sure, American contestants, that you prioritize paying your taxes first.
If you have WarioWare D.I.Y., if you want prizes, if you must make a micro-game that uses the word Kotaku, then, man (or woman), do we have a contest for you. Details here. Deadline approaching.
Owners of WarioWare: D.I.Y., the DS game that lets us witness a world in which Nintendo fans make Nintendo games (Shigeru who?), are reminded/welcomed/encouraged to enter Kotaku/Nintendo's D.I.Y. contest. Make a game. Win money and stuff. Details here. Deadline looming.
Impress us! You can create some pretty amazing games with WarioWare: D.I.Y., but can you create some pretty amazing Kotaku games?
If you plan on picking up WarioWare: D.I.Y. next week—with or without a shiny new Nintendo DSi XL to go along with it—get ready to do some heavy reading, thanks to the game's bulky instruction booklet.
I think we should be prepared for all sorts of evil, player-created games when WarioWare D.I.Y. hits North America this weekend.
Yoshio Sakamoto, the Metroid co-creator and WarioWare producer, says that his latest game, Metroid: Other M, was originally planned to be an on-rails adventure. If that sounds like Metroid sacrilege to you, thank co-developer Team Ninja for changing Sakamoto's mind.
Famitsu Dot Com reports today that Nintendo has decided that today is the day to allow Famitsu Dot Com and only Famitsu Dot Com to reveal the release date of the first batch of DSi Ware titles.