Game & Wario Game Review
June 28th will see the European release of Game & Wario on the Wii U platform. This is the latest offering from Nintendo in a line of Wario inspired games for those looking for a slightly more bad ass lead character than that tap fixing Mario chap.
The game itself is actually a compilation of 16 different mini games, all of which are played exclusively with the Wii U GamePad, without the need for any additional controllers. Twelve of the games are single-player only, although the other four do make for fun party games as you can play with five players in total. If 16 games wasn’t enough, there are even more mini-games to unlock during regular play by collecting tokens to use in a 'Cluck-a-Pop' capsule machine. Whatever that is.
Many different genres are covered in this game collection; Arrow is a shooting game (and one of the best in the collection) while Pirates give you the opportunity to do a bit of dancing, and Camera (unsurprisingly) is a game involving taking pictures. There are also more familiar games where you will be bowling, skiing and even kicking butt with your kung-fu skills.
On the whole, Game & Wario is a good bit of fun and will certainly keep you busy for a while. Artwork is probably the best game of all and is one of the multiplayer ones. Although a little pricey, this is a nice addition to the Wario World.
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