Ken McKown writes: The Wii was truly a breeding ground for mini-game collections. It felt like half of the system’s software library consisted of poorly constructed shovelware that no one really cared about. With the Wii U, the amount of fodder is significantly less of an issue, which is also why the thought of a new Warioware-style game for the console had me excited. Sadly Game & Wario is not the traditional formula one would expect of Mario’s evil doppelganger. Instead, this latest entry forgoes the iconic micro-games in favor of more conventional-type mini-games that range from inventive, to just plain boring.