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Submitted by mathsman 360d ago | review

In-depth Review: Game & Wario - Electronic Theatre

Since its conception as a Game Boy Advance exclusive back in 2003, the WarioWare videogame series has become synonymous with promoting the unique technological advantages of new Nintendo hardware. This, in a nutshell, is also what the Wii U exclusive Game & Wario attempts to accomplish albeit with a more sturdy approach. It’s still a mini-game compilation, but one in which each lasts a few minutes rather than seconds. A worthwhile family entertainment product then, and yet you can’t help but wonder what Nintendo could’ve accomplished has they stuck to that proven WarioWare formula. (Game & Wario, Wii U) 76/100

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