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Topic: WarioWare: Get It Together!

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Snaplocket

One thing I found weird about the demo is that Wario just got grunts while everyone else's lines were voiced, despite the fact he spoke in the trailer.

Other then that, positive first impressions, it sucks that the coop and variety modes are local multiplayer only, they look like a lot of fun.

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VoidofLight

@Snaplocket Wario says voice lines. I've used him for most of the time I've been playing the demo, and he says a couple of stuff like he normally does.

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Snatcher

I really in joyed the demo actually, I like the different play style of the micro games this time around, and letting you select characters lets you pick which ones your better at.

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Snaplocket

@VoidofLight It's still really bizarre that his lines in the intro aren't fully voiced when everyone else's is though. Same thing in the Japanese version.

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VoidofLight

@Snaplocket Maybe they couldn't get Charles to voice for this one, so they just reused voice clips.

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JaxonH

I’m recycling my post I made elsewhere because I don’t wanna type out my thoughts again when I’m just gonna essentially say the same thing anyways.

That WarioWare demo is fantastic.

I was already excited, admittedly, after recently discovering WarioWare Gold not long back. I was originally under the assumption it was shovelware and never gave the series a second glance. But after playing WarioWare Gold on 3DS, I realized it was anything but. Smooth Moves on Wii was even better.

So I was already excited. BUT. I had my doubts about controlling characters and whether it would be able to offer the same level of variety and engagement.

Turns out, not only is it every bit as fun as previous entries, it may even be better. Controlling different characters brings a lot more variety to the gameplay. You can play the same mini game a dozen times and get a different experience each time. And the large cast of characters, with each mini game mixing up which one you play as and having to remember how each of them controls, makes it that much more challenging and interesting.

This game is even better than I’d hoped. I unlocked all demo characters and made it to level 41, btw. I’m sure others have done far better, but I only tried 4 times. So I’m pleased with that performance.

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Aozz101x

I tried out the demo. very impress with the game overall. i liked how the characters are more unique compare the older games. mini games were enjoyable too.

for someone who only played Warioware on Gamecube and GBA, and Game & Wario on WII U. i'm very excited to pick this up Day 1.

im creep out with thoese eyes... :P

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Clyde_Radcliffe

On the screen between the games you can fully control your character and move them around. Just a tip, but I've found it really helps to do this before each game. It kind of reminds you of their movement style before you jump in so it feels less jarring.

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JaxonH

@Clyde_Radcliffe
Yes. I learned that too. They were smart to use that time between games to let you quickly use the character to remember how they control. It's so well done.

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Snaplocket

Out of all the characters, Mona and Wario were my favorites. Sadly, Kat and Ana are terrible which sucks because they're two of my favorites in the series.

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JaxonH

My brother came over to help me get my TV riser set up so my soundbar doesn't block the bottom of the TV.

And while he was here, I played some WarioWare to show him the game, then let him play, then we played together in 2p mode.

It's a lot of fun with 2 players. Some micro games we work together automatically knowing what to do, while others we had to quickly communicate, like "gotta break the block first!". It was a great time.

Many games have 2p mode at the expense of single player. But not WarioWare Get It Together. This game is equally fun in single player and multi-player.

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chipia

The demo is a lot of fun, but I'm worried that the game will get boring quickly with only 200 microgames. I've honestly expected something like 1000. That may seem exaggerated but I think it's fair given that they only last a few seconds.

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Dogorilla

@chipia 200 is about the same amount most WarioWare games have, and they don't get boring quickly to me. This one especially will have more variety than usual due to the many playable characters.

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Henmii

It was a pretty fun demo, nice to see they gave a new spin on the old formula. Now I just hope there's enough single-player content, so I'll have to wait for the review.

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DomGC

@VoidofLight they dubbed the characters' lines in several languages. Even if they couldn't get Martine for all the lines in English, they wouldn't have had to do the same nonsense in the other languages.

That said, I already enjoy this a hell of a lot more WITHOUT that guy constantly barring in my eyes. Still annoyed that they got him to voice Wario after whoever the original voice actor was (and also still annoyed about English-speaking people refusing to accept their ***** meme is just that, a ***** meme and that Wario never said the dumb line everyone loves oh so much but that's a whole nother story and probably just a weird issue only I have...anyway)

The demo already sold me on the game tho.
Literally grabbed me right away after being lukewarm as heck on the game and the new control gimmick. In practice the idea is amazing and even with the dozen or so games I played on my first run earlier it shakes things up a ton without feeling overly complicated /without going against the simplicity that's always been part of the charm (and madness) that is Wario Ware

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DomGC

@chipia it's more like 500-600 microgames depending on how much they switch things up for higher difficulties. There's usually a few more changes to the games beyond "make X quicker/smaller etc"

DomGC

Snaplocket

DomGC wrote:

@VoidofLight they dubbed the characters' lines in several languages. Even if they couldn't get Martine for all the lines in English, they wouldn't have had to do the same nonsense in the other languages.

That said, I already enjoy this a hell of a lot more WITHOUT that guy constantly barring in my eyes. Still annoyed that they got him to voice Wario after whoever the original voice actor was (and also still annoyed about English-speaking people refusing to accept their ***** meme is just that, a ***** meme and that Wario never said the dumb line everyone loves oh so much but that's a whole nother story and probably just a weird issue only I have...anyway)

The demo already sold me on the game tho.
Literally grabbed me right away after being lukewarm as heck on the game and the new control gimmick. In practice the idea is amazing and even with the dozen or so games I played on my first run earlier it shakes things up a ton without feeling overly complicated /without going against the simplicity that's always been part of the charm (and madness) that is Wario Ware

Could you clarify a little bit? I really liked Charles Martinet's performances and thought he handled Wario really well in Gold, although it does sound weird hearing him talk in full sentences after being used to just little quips for so long.

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DomGC

@Snaplocket I just don't like him as any of the Mario characters tbh. Yeah, it's iconic at this point but I prefer Mario (and Wario etc) just not talking at all.

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