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Posted: 08/21/21, 05:43:30
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I need to get back to this, I finished the story and then I got Dread.
Posted: 10/25/21, 12:27:34

Yeah, that happened to me! It was well worth getting back into this game. "All Characters" mode is a lot of fun. I get that it ruins the purity of chasing after a high score, which is something that I enjoyed with past games. But I think it's worthwhile to offer a new kind of Wario Ware, even if that means you can't enjoy the game the same way you would past games. I'm having a lot more fun with this game than I expected. My biggest complaint is probably that the characters' voice clips can get grating after a while, which is such a small thing.
Posted: 10/25/21, 20:18:20  - Edited by 
 on: 10/25/21, 20:19:20
I was so pleasantly surprised by how fun the character mechanic was. Having every stage playable by every character makes some of them really interesting.
Posted: 10/26/21, 00:17:31
This week's challenge is interesting again! I mean, it's another two character at the same time thing but that's better than the last few weeks!
Posted: 11/08/21, 05:45:02
Have any of you tried to rope people into playing multiplayer yet?

I thought it was good, zany fun, but my nephews wanted to go back to Smash almost immediately!

(Also, I think this game is on sale digitally for $40 at Walmart right now, along with some other stuff.)
Posted: 12/21/21, 01:14:27
I played co-op with Shirley for like 5 minutes, she had no idea what was going on at any point, and then she wanted to play something else.

I would definitely say everyone who wants to try multi should play the single player first. The multi doesn't really "teach" you the game and it's kind of a tough game to just jump right into.
Posted: 12/21/21, 02:19:18
Yeah, I should've clarified that I meant competitive multiplayer. I made my nephews play co-op alone first to acclimate, and they just complained instead of trying to learn how to play. And then I utterly crushed them in the competitive mode.

The only saving grace was that some of the modes are utter horseshit, like Mario Party. Microgame skill doesn't play as big of a factor when the other players can crush your play screen into a one-dimensional object.
Posted: 12/21/21, 05:55:08
I love how last week's challenge was like "Uh, there are old people in the backgrounds of these games I guess... SORRY IT'S HARD TO KEEP COMING UP WITH STUFF OK!?"

Posted: 02/19/22, 03:03:49  - Edited by 
 on: 02/19/22, 03:03:59

I randomly popped this game in last week and saw that and kept meaning to post about it here! YES, I love how when this game first came out we were all impressed by the variety in these challenges, and now they're at the point where they're just straight-up saying "Yeah sorry guys we're all out of ideas, oops LOL."
Posted: 02/20/22, 01:17:02
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