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Submitted by CoffeewithChess 2025d ago | article

Coffee with Games: Nintendo Lacks Love for Wario!

There have been two Wario games released on the Nintendo Wii, WarioWare: Smooth Moves and Wario Land: Shake It!. Does Nintendo lack love for the Wario games, or does Nintendo just think new Wii owners wouldn't enjoy the titles? Why aren't either of the Wario games currently being shipped? (Wario Land: Shake It!, WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Wii)

ruguo   2025d ago | Spam
CoffeewithChess  +   2025d ago
Player's Choice?
So, does anybody think Nintendo will announce a Player's Choice line of games soon?
SpoonyRedMage  +   2025d ago
I think it'd be a good idea but instead of doing it for the best selling I think they should look at the Nintendo Channel data and go for fan favourites instead.

Their best seller will keep the value so they can stay high priced but it'd be nice to have games getting more attention. It'd sure help get through the crap as well.
fumeng   2025d ago | Spam

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