SeAmNiNjA: Finally this awesome game has came out for the Wii, and I got the last copy up at EB games. And let me tell you guys IT ROCKZ. And right after I beat this game the first thing I thought was review time. If you havent played any of the... read more
Vgcrazy: This game did not last as long as I wanted it to, but the graphics were to die for. The music was pretty awesome too. Gameplay was the bomb! Very fast paced. I like 9-Volt's stage the most. And so many ways to play. This is a Wii must... read more
Wii60: With so many minigame compilations for the wii, from super monnkey ball to rayman, this is probably the best one to get. It starts with Wario finding the "form baton" AKA the wiimote. That's pretty much the basic storyline, but the real... read more
charliecharlie: After playing wario ware touched for the ds I was really looking forward to this game. Graphics You cant really say much about the graphics, as most of it's cartoony. There's nothing wrong with the graphics. Lifespan The... read more
itstimetoplaydawii: My title pretty much sums it up. When I bought this at my local Best Buy, I was actually regretting the purchase. I was thinking it was going to be stupid. But, when I started to play it, I couldn't stop! I'm a first time Wario Ware player... read more
Hey: "It's a Wii, Wario! Wa ha ha!" These are the words Wario greeted me with as I prepared to activate the game. I was thrilled by it at first, but after a while I got exceedingly irritating. But that has nothing to do with the game, so I... read more
soulbreather: Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, is for people with lots of friends. As with all the other wario ware games, smooth moves consists of loads (205) of 'microgames' that are played in a short but frantic 5 seconds. You start off with a... read more
Joseph The Squriell: The Wario-Ware series has always made everyone laugh, get angry in good ways, and make fun of each other. This is the most truthful statement you can make about Wario-Ware: Smooth Mooves for the Nintendo Wii. The game uses the Wiimote in... read more
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