|System||Game Boy Advance|
JPN - October 14, 2004
USA - May 23, 2005
EUR - N/A
Hey! This is my third review. My real email address is email@example.com. Sometimes I forget to type the “50″. So anyway this is a review of WarioWare: Twisted!
Wario is taking a long rest and wakes up. He starts playing a game on his GBA until he gets angry and breaks the GBA. Feeling sad, Wario runs to Dr. Crygor and asks him to fix his game. When Wario’s GBA was fixed, it had no buttons and looked strange. Instead of pressing buttons, you turn the GBA around. What a great idea, thought Wario! And so the game starts.
Twisting the GBA by using the Gyro sensor was a great idea for a game. You are able to play many different stories involving the characters living in Diamond City.
The gameplay includes turning your GBA slightly and fast, turning it upside down, pressing the A button, and even turning while pressing the A button. You can also play classic NES styled microgames, which is maybe the best feature in the game.
The game is really fun.
The graphics on the first stage are kinda messy and look awkward. But after advancing to future stages, you find out the graphics turn out excellent.
The main character of the stage talks to you while you play which is pretty cool, even though some of the characters sound the same.
Replay Value (10/10)
Yes, you would want to play the game all day and all night. It’s that addictive, trust me.
The game gets really hard. The microgames get harder and speed increases if you play long enough in a stage.
No frustration at all. This game is 100% frustration free. Yay!
The game will be easy to get since now Wii games are getting popular. The game might be hard to find or not I have no idea.
The stages are fun. Each stage has different gameplay. The final stage has all of the gameplay you have played so far. It does get hard and confusing.
Microgame Playing (10/10)
Play a single microgame to test how good you are at it. Read the text below it to see how many points you have to get before you lose all your lives. It’s a hard job. You unlock awesome things if you have played every single microgame and another one if you have reached the submitted score on all the microgames.
Nintendo Microgames (10/10)
To play Nintendo related microgames, play 9-volt’s stage. There are Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, and Metroid games. You can also play games that relate to Nintendo games you didn’t know existed. I love these games.
This is one great WarioWare game. Next to WarioWare: Smooth Moves, this game is the best.
Buy this game. I recommend this game just as much as I recommend Mario Party 8 and The Lost Vikings. But those games got 9s from me. This game gets a 10!
Another great game. It’s addictive and really fun. If you don’t have a Wii, buy this game.