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“So I think that Wariowaere Touched can be great for...”

Written on: 18/08/2008

So I think that Wariowaere Touched can be great for all casual and hardcore players! Hope you like it!… Read Full Review

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“WarioWare: Touched! is an amazing game, with...”

Written on: 12/07/2008

WarioWare: Touched! is an amazing game, with microgames that will keep you entertained for hours. The cutscenes are short things about the characters' actions, and, although annoying, are a good way to set the mini-plots of each character. The characters themselves actually have personalities, ranging from the happy pop-star Mona to the Gothic witch Ashley. The mini-games are quite fun to play in quick succession, and although some are extremely similar to each other, they move so fast it is… Read Full Review

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“The first Warioware game, released on the Game Boy...”

Written on: 08/02/2007 by Greentoastrack (11 reviews written)

The first Warioware game, released on the Game Boy Advance in 2003, was always good. It's humorous, fast paced and easy to use, all that was needed to play was the D-Pad and the A button. Now, with the 3rd instalment of the Warioware series this expands on all of them.

It utilises the DS features in a way very few games even come close to. With many other games the touch screen is merely an alternative to the buttons, in this it is essential. The use of the touch screen makes the game very… Read Full Review

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“Wario Ware Touched was released on the same day as the...”

Written on: 30/07/2005 by Wriggy (5 reviews written)

Wario Ware Touched was released on the same day as the Nintendo DS hit the shops and what a game it was! The graphics are brilliant and you always want to play on even if you really have got to go. The five-second mini-games are amazing and some are strange like you have to unroll toilet roll, pick someone's nose and do calculations on a calculator. You can unlock games to go in your toy room which are also fun! Great game! Worth checking out! Very little multiplayer but still quite good!… Read Full Review

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“Warioware Touched game is crazy, plain and simple....”

Written on: 26/07/2005 by Takahiro (36 reviews written)

Warioware Touched game is crazy, plain and simple. From the start point, the intro and title screen are enough for you to know that, but once the mini-games start you will realise just how crazy it is, and you'll love it. If not check your pulse... you might be dead.
The mini-games are usually only 3 seconds long (some last a little longer, and some boss stages) and in that time you have to figure out what to do, and then do it! There is always some instruction, such as chop! slice! tickle!… Read Full Review

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“WarioWare Touched, even the name sounds a little...”

Written on: 27/04/2005 by Bigkerno (7 reviews written)

WarioWare Touched, even the name sounds a little mental. I am confident that the producers of this game must have been slightly touched themselves. This game reels chaotically from one zany subgame to the next wacky subgame, and yet, somehow, it all makes sense.
Although the game are all relatively easy to master, the pacing is just right to make it unbearable to put down without just "one more go" to beat that last score. The comical nature of the visuals does nothing to detract from the game… Read Full Review

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Samusaran551's Response to Bigkerno's Review

Written on: 28/04/2005

Tell me honestly, do you like Nintendo, Microsoft, or Sony better as gaming companies? I want an honest answer...nice review by the way.

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Samusaran551's Response to Bigkerno's Review

Written on: 05/05/2005

Yeah, I am pretty much a Nintendo lover. But Sony is probably going to kill with the new PS3. Having all the Halo games and better than the Xbox 360? Xbox is over.

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Bigkerno's Response to Bigkerno's Review

Written on: 29/04/2005

I have lots of respect for Nintendo and Sony, I think Nintendo keep a tighter reign on the quality of their products, but there are some remarkable games in both formats. I can't understand people who rabidly defend one or the other, although for me, Microsoft is about Gates cashing in on the growth in the games market without actually adding anything new. I'll be interested to see if X-box 360 turns out anything other than increased processing power.

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“Ever since Warioware Touched! and the DS were...”

Written on: 24/03/2005 by 182meets2112 (8 reviews written)

Ever since Warioware Touched! and the DS were released, the DS had one feature that made it unique compared to any other item on the market: a touch screen. Although other games used this feature to smaller extent, WarioWare has maximized the value of this feature… Read Full Review

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“When you first look at Warioware Touched!, it appears...”

Written on: 22/03/2005 by SamusAran551 (38 reviews written)

When you first look at Warioware Touched!, it appears stupid and pointless. Well...it is. But! It has to be one of the best games on the Nintendo DS. Its fun factor overrides the fact that there is no solid storyline. The touch screen in this game is very smooth and reactive. This game should be purchased by any DS owner… Read Full Review

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Tomleecee's Response to SamusAran551's Review

Written on: 13/05/2005

Totally agree - I don't own a DS, but I played this game in a shop for ages! It's brilliant! Slightly worried by Nintendo's sense of humour at times, but overall one of the funniest games I've ever played.

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Nekonin3's Response to SamusAran551's Review

Written on: 22/08/2006

I must agree to SamusAran's review. WarioWare touched does seem like a stupid game, but it actually trains the mind to use the stylus. Playing WarioWare Touched will definately increase your skill.

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Samusaran551's Response to SamusAran551's Review

Written on: 17/05/2005

Thanks LEECEE. I am happy to end our argument. It was getting kind of annoying. Don't you agree?

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