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Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

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Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby KH81314 » 24 Feb 2013, 14:37

Nintendo Land is a great game so Game and Wario better be amazing if they want to top it.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby vix_chan » 24 Feb 2013, 18:16

Nintendo Land was good, but did not have much variety.
Three of the games were very much the same thing with one player catching another.

Always enjoyed the Wario Ware games and made sure to get all versions of the game.
This one is high on my Wii U most wanted list, and was preorderd weeks ago.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby alexkinch » 24 Feb 2013, 19:23

i love the wario ware games and after 8 years i still have not unlocked everything on wario ware twisted on gba. cant wait for this.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby adamatsu » 24 Feb 2013, 20:39

i betcha it won't be as good as ninty land.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby MartinIsAwesome » 25 Feb 2013, 14:54

I'm sure it will be a great game, but better than Nintendo Land? So far with only seen 5 games that make up Game & Wario, compared to Nintendo Land's 12 games that can be played in different ways with multiple levels to them. It'll be interesting to see what else there is to Wario's new title.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby jaco_p » 25 Feb 2013, 15:33

Wario's games are allways ace. Smooth moves was one of the best games on Wii and most imaginative uses of the Wii remote that, despite it's early release on the console, was (almost)never bettered in all the years that followed.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby vix_chan » 25 Feb 2013, 21:47

alexkinch wrote:i love the wario ware games and after 8 years i still have not unlocked everything on wario ware twisted on gba. cant wait for this.


Still got alot of toys to unlock on it myself, Twisted is in my opinion the best of the Wario Ware series, a crying shame it never got a European release.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby liveswired » 25 Feb 2013, 23:15

Meh, if Nintendo land was on any other platform and didn't feature Nintendo characters it would've been given a 4/10.

If Nintendo had any sense they should've shelved the Nintendo Land Project and threw resources at Game and Wario.

Imagine if this was their system launch title?
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby justthetrick.tm » 26 Feb 2013, 14:19

How can anyone comment on a game that isn't out yet??? *mind boggles*
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby King Slazo » 26 Feb 2013, 14:22

Honestly? I'd rather have a new WarioWare game than Nintendo Minigame Funtime 2: Wario Boogaloo.
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Re: Game And Wario: A Nintendo Land beater?

Postby liveswired » 26 Feb 2013, 23:12

justthetrick.tm wrote:How can anyone comment on a game that isn't out yet??? *mind boggles*


Expectation based on the previous innovative and fun instalments in the series.
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