One series many Nintendo fans would love to see the return of during the Switch generation is WarioWare.
The microgames would arguably be perfect with the system's touch controls and Joy-Con controllers, so when is it going to happen? While we've unfortunately got nothing to share about a new WarioWare (at least yet), YouTuber Beta64 has tweeted an official survey his wife recently received from Nintendo.
And here's where it gets a bit more detailed - as you can see, Nintendo wants to know how interested fans would be if the next WarioWare entry was priced at $49.99 USD (or about £34 / €40 / $58 CAD / $64 AUD). Options range from "Definitely would buy" to "Definitely would not buy". That's the same price as the recent re-release of Miitopia on the Switch.
It seems this survey has been similar but different for other Nintendo fans - adjusting the asking price and referencing other series like Brain Training. As not everyone will get to respond to the above poll, we've decided to recreate here it on Nintendo Life. So here you go:
At the very least, this seems to confirm the WarioWare series will in fact be making a return. For Nintendo, it's just a question of how much it will be priced at. Could we perhaps see a new entry announced at Nintendo's E3 Direct Broadcast this year?
Tell us what you think down in the comments.
Absolutely! I adore the series. It would be awesome to have a hybrid version. Perfect for single and multiplayer sessions.
Yes. Yes. And OH HELL YES!!!
WarioWare doesn't interest me all that much and I don't think I'd spend more than £20-25 on it
Jon was right once again!! WarioWare here we come
Warioware is probably one of my favorite game series. I loved Smooth Moves when I got it for my Wii as a child, and I've loved the series since.WarioWare Gold is a game that I keep playing to this day, trying to constantly beat my high score and get better i the micro-games.
I've been waiting for a switch game for some time now, and I really hope this means there'll be one soon.
I would definitely fork out $50 for a new Kid Icarus game.
AUD would be about $70 when GST is applied. Which is the price used for Nintendo's cheaper end titles. Yeah, I would pay that. They're good for quick play entertainment.
If it is $50, it absolutely won’t be £34. Try £40 or even £50.
How about 40$ instead?
Add in online multiplayer and tourney/competition modes an the title would be worth more than $50.
Tbh Warioware might be a better candidate for a mobile game too.
I'm confused on why they would decide Warioware is worth less than a remake of the Gameboy Zelda, but I certainly won't complain about that.
If it's a great WarioWare game why not? It's long overdue. I'd be much happier to buy a full priced WarioWare than Skyward Sword HD or Link's Awakening.
Is there a poll for that too?
Make that a Wario Land and you’ll have my attention.
I've been in love with this series since WarioWare: Touched! on the DS. While I haven't played the entire series, I've also played/beaten the original WarioWare Inc. (Wii U VC), Game & Wario (technically a spinoff), and WarioWare: Gold.
I'd definitely buy, but it does depend what's on offer.
Something like Wario Ware Mega Microgames, Twisted, DIY, Gold? Definitely.
Something like Game & Wario though? Perhaps not.
I’d definitely buy a new Warioware game. I love the series.
Definitely would buy, but I wouldn't tell Nintendo that. Would probably answer "maybe, maybe not" because I would rather them sell it for $40, lol.
This is an exciting prospect, though! I've been hoping for a new WarioWare game sooooo badly!!
Yeah, I’d probably go for it.
If it has more content than Gold then hell yeah
If it was New new and not remaster new then hell ya.
seeing as I literally own every WarioWare game even gold then hell yeah!
I clicked "definitely would buy" faster than I probably should have.
I got the same questionnaire, but that Wario Ware question asked if I would buy the game for $29.99, to which I laughed out loud because I would pay nearly twice that and be fine with it.
Definately for WarioWare DIY + Showcase 2.
But with that Garage Builder game on the horizon I don't think we'll see another game maker from Nintendo this generation.
$50 is fine. Now that ps5 and Xbox games cost $70 all switch games are technically budget titles even at $60, so $50 sounds like a good price for something like a new wario ware.
If it’s a Switch port of Warioware Gold, I would have to pass.
If it’s a new general Warioware game or a Game and Wario sequel, I’d consider it. If it’s Warioware DIY 2, it’s a Day 1 buy.
I really loved the GameCube one and would pull it out to play with my brothers even well into the Wii U era. If they make another really awesome one I'd buy it for sure.
If it's well-made enough and has enough content, absolutely I'd pay $50.
So how does $50 compare to previous game prices? Hard to know without any concept of NoA pricing.
Looking at the eShops, I found:
Game & Wario (WiiU) is $30 / £35
WarioWare Gold (3DS) is $40 / £35
So a potential $50 would be more than either of the ones recent enough to have eShop prices...
Either way, would like to see another game, after Gold which somehow just felt boring.
Cash or Credit, Nintendo?
nintendo has the nerve to ask me if id buy a new warioware game, after the previous amazing one
If it’s a full new entry, of course! I love the WarioWare series. It’s a shame the only recent entry was on the 3DS well after the Switch was released. Nintendo sent that game out to die so the series needs another chance!
Lol in Canada that would be $69.99. Makes it much harder to swallow.
WarioWare is a fun franchise, but not $50 fun IMHO. Maybe $25-30. Its minigames, while often entertaining, eventually get repetitive. A game needs more substantial content with more staying power to begin to justify a $50 investment; there's just too much competition out there, even for a first-party IP like this.
I loved the original and twisted. Smooth moves was kinda of meh so I hope they don't focus on just motion controls.
I'm so sad you didn't even mention Advance Wars....
So $70 for me, for a collection of micro-games? Not likely.
Even still, a poll like this is kinda dumb and oddly specific. Are they gauging whether to bother making it if they cant get the price they want? Or do they have it ready to go and don't know how high they can push the price?
How do I know what I'd pay for a game before seeing it? It could be the best game ever or it could be rushed garbage.
$49.99? Hell I'd give my first-born for a new WarioWare game for Switch.
Love this series to absolute bits. After how excellent Gold was I have high hopes for a sequel.
$50 heck no!
Definitely, but give me Rhythm Heaven as well!
I mean, there's no telling if I'd actually buy it for the 50 bucks in question - higher priority releases might get in the way until a sale allowed me to accommodate the game besides them, - but I'm definitely in the market for more WarioWare in general.
That’s weird, I got the same survey, but mine asked if I would pay thirty, not fifty, and of course I said heck yeah haha.
Never played warioware and honestly clubhouse has filled the microgames niche for me on switch, pass for me
I love WarioWare but $50 is way too much unless the series evolves beyond being just a bunch of microgames (however charming these are).
I clicked on the article link then immediately voted 'Definitely Would Buy'.
WarioWare characters seriously need to be added into Mario spin-off games like Kart, Party and the Sports games.
I'm sorry but it's too much money. I get it I get it....compared to movies it's good value etc. Still sticks in my craw.
I'd love to play the game but let's talk $30 and I'm in!
I know a lot of people love these odd Nintendo games like Miitopia, this or Pokemon anything, but they do absolutely nothing for me.
That's a weird way to spell "F-Zero" but okay.
Nah I think mini-game compilations should be lower, but if it's a new Wario Land game maybe.
My survey asked if I would buy a Brain Age game for $35. I received no questions about WarioWare.
Unfortunately I couldn’t really get into the series. Just didn’t click with me back on the GBA.
Absolutely, the WarioWare IP is one of my previous favorites that is still missing from the Switch. I expect the series in general to be significantly upgraded since, not counting Game & Wario, this would be its first appearance on a HD system. As long as it isn't another collection like Gold or a D.I.Y., $50 is fine for the upgrades that are sure to happen.
I wouldn't buy it. But not because of price. I just don't care for the kind of humor in these games. Just not for me.
But for all the people I know of who do like them, I feel like a lot of people would absolutely buy a new one at that price.
Yea no, this is completely fake. They don’t show nothing but the survey and not the address or heading. Nintendo wouldn’t be asking how much you would pay for a new game.
Seems kinda out of character for Nintendo to release surveys that may tease a new game release.
Anyways, without knowing anything about the game itself, it's impossible to determine if they are worth the suggested price.
I wouldn't, but I also don't like Warioware. Maybe for Wario Land, but not Warioware.
@fafonio A Switch Advance Wars with a Map Editor and local multiplayer for up to four players would be a sensation not too far shy of Animal Crossing.
Add some layers to that formula...say, the real life nations and literally hundreds of real units featured in the Daisenryaku (Grand Strategy) franchise (both Modern and WWII eras) with its own map, unit, faction, and rules editors, as well as multiplayer for any combination of 4-8 human and AI players, with current-gen production values, and you'd have a potential system-mover.
@AvianBlue Warioware: MegaMicrotransactions
Wario ware is fine, but... Just bring back wario land already. The games are amazing, and this character shouldn’t be damned to mini game hell for eternity.
I think it would be a great $20 beginning of the summer eShop type game. $50 is too expensive for a game I can’t see myself playing for more than 10 hours at the very most (but I do love me some WarioWare!)
Got the same quiz but they asked me if I was interested in a 40 dollar brain age game instead.
Wario Ware? No.
Wario LAND, however, would be a resounding yes!
I have no interest in the WarioWare games. I would love a new Wario Land game though. Maybe something in the style of New Super Mario Bros, but with Wario, or Super Mario 3D Land/World style game.
No, but I would gladly fork over $50 for a new Punch Out!
100% yes. Warioware Switchy please.
Maybe. It's a decent local multiplayer game series but that's about it
If it's a 7 out of ten game I would buy it.
6 out of ten maybe maybe not.
$50 for a new WarioWare game? No. $50 for a new Wario Land game? Absolutely. Heck, I would even pay $80 just to see it happen.
Would need a sh*t load of content if you gonna get me to buy new WarioWare at $50.
If its a port than heeeeeeeeeck no, dog.
if it is **new** Wario Land though? HECK YES
As long as it is better than 1-2 Switch.
@kkslider5552000 Nothing to be confused about. The remaster of the Game Boy Zelda game was always overpriced at $60.
WarioWare has the potential of being a great party game. The Wii version had a mode where you could play up to 12 people, passing the controller after each mini-game.
So they ask if we'll pay $50 for a good mini game franchise but just launch garbage like 1-2 Switch at that price without asking anybody?
I'd buy it, I figure they're wary of a stigma against a mini-game collection.
If people only want it for $20 it's going to have to sell 3x as much as any other game they could make with the same effort to be worth it.
Since the Switch is taking over for the Wii U and the 3DS, it is past time that Nintendo learned that there is room for 3DS type titles (and prices).
Samus Returns on 3DS was appropriately priced. The rumored new 2D Metroid would be perfect at that same price level.
Probably only if I could use a pro controller for it and button/d-pad controls.. Not a fan of motion control, shaking joycon etc...
Probably would not buy. $40 and you got yourself a Probably would buy.
Yes. The prices for Nintendo exclusive games were never an issue. They always provide me with enough value.
Absolutely. This is one of those series that can't be replicated. Switch NEEDS a WarioWare game. Period.
@Tyranexx @VoidofLight Smooth Moves got a lot of play when friends came over. It has a great party mode for up to 12 people. Just as fun trying to pass the controller quickly to the next person as it was to play the mini games. The only downside was that a few of the motion controlled mini games were just difficult to win, so you might get eliminated by getting one of those.
In no rush for a new one having played the 3DS version relatively recently. What I would play and pay 50 quid for is a new racing game.
I want a new Wario Land game more than I want another WarioWare game. But I’d take both.
Yeah, sure, I love WarioWare.
You know what I would be willing to shell out double that amount for? A new game in its sister series: Rhythm Heaven. Now that series I really-really-really love.
Unlikely this will release for $50 - it’s just one guy who was asked that!
What they will do is compare the numbers for those who said in the survey they would buy for $60 to those who said they would buy for $50 and then conclude that they will make more money by selling for a 20% higher price to 15% fewer people.
@Deepdoop You should really try one of the games, they are tons of fun. Every one of them is great, but the very best one might still be the first game on the GBA. The one for the Wii has the best multiplayer, though.
And I think you have the wrong idea about the game, it's nothing like Clubhouse Games. Warioware is about a quickfire of games each being just literally a few seconds long, each with wacky premises, where the real challenge is figuring out what you should be doing and actually doing it in just a few seconds. Then when you play for long enough, those few seconds become like one second, and things really get intense.
I'd be willing to spend that on a Wario game, as long as it ends with Land and not Ware
25 to 30 sov's tops. The game has had its day to be fair
I voted "probably would buy", because it depends on the quality and content. If its only 20 minigames and baaaad quality, heck no!
Oh, and if they go for another Warioware (I hope they do) maybe they should get rid of the full-voice acting. It didn't work for me, I prefer the simple grunts and phrases of Wario. The voice-acting just didn't feel right to me.
Those are pretty stupid poll options on Nintendo's part. If you ask whether someone will buy a game for X price and then your poll options are just Yes/No/Maybe, then the main variable, which is the price, becomes irrelevant.
People uninterested in the game and people who are interested but would only buy it for less meld together, rendering the whole question pointless.
I’m afraid no, just seem like shovels are with warriors name slapped on it.
Now make a platform game like warionland or shake it and have warriors ware mini games as an extra mode or bonus levels. Then I’d gladly pay what they are asking
What a stupid question!
You can’t put a price on WarioWare!
Smooth Moves is one of the best games ever made. Is it perfect? By no means. But those multiplayer games were heavenly and always great for a laugh.
Gold was a huge disappointment to me because I didn’t wait nearly a decade as a longtime fan to play mostly rehashed content. WarioWare is screaming for a new entry. Game & Wario had some brilliant ideas, but the package as a whole missed the mark with a few dud activities. I’d say it’s easily worth it for the multiplayer activities alone though (plus Gamer).
How about just charging less, say $30.
Yes, a new wario game would we amazing
My latest was on DS, that's been too long
I would pay triple that for a new Rhythm Heaven.
Rhythm Heaven gets top priority over anything.
Yes I would, hence my handle here
I'd buy a new WarioWare game, not sure if I'd buy it at that price though.
I want it, but should I say I don't so the price is lower? I can't lie! I want it even at $60. Especially if it has Pyoro in it! How about multiplayer Pyoro?! Please! Online multiplayer Pyoro! Pyoro 64 battle royal melee online! Forget Warioware, I want a collection of Pyoro games!
Mario Kart, Smash, Luigi's Mansion, Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 justified the full asking price as they were top-tier titles. I have the same view about what I'm willing to pay full-price for on PS4. I'd be more willing to take a punt on WarioWare if the asking price reflected the fact that it wasn't of the same calibre of Breath of the Wild or Mario Odyssey. At £50 it feels overpriced. If Sony released a game like WarioWare they'd have an RRP of £25-£30 at launch and save the full £50 RRP for the likes of Horizon, God of War or Spidey. Nothing wrong with having budget releases, but pretending that every game is a premium title is absurd. Looking at you, amiibo Festival and Triforce Heroes.
Why has it taken this long?
50 is way too much for a game like this.
40 I would consider, depends on the quality and content.
30 would be best.
Wario Ware Platinum, every micro game from every entry. New micro games designed for Switch. Online modes. Ware mode to tweak and alter microgames to create your own wacky version. Share your Wares with other players. New micro games added monthly. That's what i expect at a £50 price point from Wario Ware. Hope Nintendo comes through.
While I would be happy to see a WarioWare game I would be three times as happy if we got a new WarioLand game
$39.99 will be the max price for me to get it at launch.
WarioWare is one of my all-time favorite franchises, and the creativity and humor that the developers pump into every game really solidify my opinion that Nintendo has the most brilliant developers in the industry.
feels weird, like say yes will make the price higher asa self fulfilling prophecy..
but I would buy
feel like playing the 3DS version again now... 3ds is now basically my warioware machine
At this point I'd pay those prices for a new Zelda (or compilation of old ones) or Mario, but not much else from Nintendo to be honest. They've released so many interesting games on the Switch, but they are always top price and rarely discounted significantly. I've just been conditioned to value games at $10 - $20 max unless they're something really special.
I’ve been waiting for Warioware since the Switch generation started. I’d have paid the standard $60 for it. Just give us Wario, Nintendo!
a new WarioWare should have been one of Switch launch games istead of 1+2 Switch, WarioWare is perfect for Switch.
Warioware smooth moves was the best one I think, it was just really funny and awesome. Granted I've only played two, the other being the one on the Wii U. I thought smooth moves was a lot better then game and wario. Definitely yes, I would want another.
This is the weird place with all those strange minigames that are randomly shown to you, right? Why would they revert back to Warioware when this is currently called Nintendo E-Shop?
The survey is meaningless, of course, but it's an interesting marketing strategy. Of course people will buy a new Wario game at whatever price Nintendo chooses to sell it, and Nintendo is well aware of this.
Definitely. Although I'd rather have a proper Wario Land title. Maybe they could incorporate WarioWare games into a Wario Land platformer. That would be cool.
Nope can’t stand this franchise.
Give me warioland and I’ll pay upto £50
There are basically no games that I "definitely would buy" if all I knew was the price and title.
YES YES YES YES YES
@JohnnyC I spent so much more time on Warioware than on Horizon... don't forget Pascal adagium: I wrote you sa long letter, because I didn't have time for a short one...
@romanista It's all subjective and a lot of people spend more time and less money on Temple Run than Call of Duty but my point remains that you should be paying for the quality of the game as well as the amount of time you can get out of it. For me Wario Ware just doesn't justify being marketed as the equivalent of Nintendo's flagship titles. Giving it the same price tag gives that impression.
@JohnnyC I understand, but I honestly think Wario Ware (especially the first) is like a work of art, the essence of gaming.. it's easily dismissed as a mini-game collection, but that misses the point... Ofcourse I understand that more money has gone into development of the Horizons (the assets of) , but I don't that should be the point..
@romanista Generally when paying a higher price I expect longevity and quality. I'm not saying WarioWare warrants a bargain basement price, I just wouldn't ever put it in the same league as the flagship games. £25-£30 seems fair to me.
Yes, if it has online and couch multiplayer from launch.
Definitely gonna get it. Hope there will be 1 on the switch!
@Tandy255 I've been thinking about tracking down Smooth Moves; I've heard it's one of the better entries. Sounds like an interesting way to play the series, particularly in regards to the Wii Remote.
Where are the mid tier games from Nintendo that would have been on 3DS? Not everything has to be a $60 package/experience.
Game Builder Garage is a good start.
The survey I received about Brain Age and whether or not I would pay $35 for it was real so I don't doubt this one about Wario Ware...
I don't think I would pay that much for one personally. Now, if they make a new WarioLand game, I am all in on that!
@Kyloctopus how disappointing would that be! No way in hell am AI paying anything for a 3ds remake. I would be furious!
Gonna add my comment in support of Wario LAND. (Or Wario World, that was kind of cool too.)
In my dream world Nintendo would be spearheading a line at the 29.99-34.99 price point of “indie” comparable titles or GBA/DS style titles with Wario leading the way. Reimagine all the old franchises like Wrecking Crew, Clu Clu Land, Ice Climbers, whatever, and do the more experimental stuff I’m sure a ton of talented people in Kyoto are dying to try. I was hoping this was a direction when the hired the Downwell dev, but that relationship never came to anything AFAIK.
In reality, Sushi Strikers was the test for their “handheld” line and it failed on that front I think mainly due to the $49.99. Wario is probably an easier ask and suckers for the franchise like me will snap it up day 1, but I think as a strategy you’d get better ROI lowering the price point and the expectations.
@BlubberWhale Wario World was a misunderstood gem. It was out of step with the trends at the time, but in hindsight it’s like a proto-Mario 3D Land/World with awesome beat em up combat. It even has the 3D puzzle rooms like Mario Land. The only flaw for me was it was obviously a Treasure game with a Wario skin on it. I would have preferred it go all in on a new IP or go all in on the absurdity in the Wario Land series.
Not really, but I'd pay $69.99 for a new Wario Land game...
I WOULD ABSOLUTELY PAY $50 FOR A WARIOWARE GAME FOR THE SWITCH. I would pay $100 for a Warioware game on the Switch, but don't tell Nintendo that.
I'm ok with Warioware, but I/we desperately need WarioLand or even better, WarioWorld!!!
@Spiders The rumored new 2D Metroid game would be a nice fit for that lower handheld price range.
@Spiders Oh yes, Wario World is awesome if like me, you go in with zero expectations. Reminds me that I need to go back and finish it, happened upon it for a steal of a deal, but never got very far. Loved it though. I agree with your suggestions though. Could be a lot more lively and creative. (But given the budget this game probably had, not too shabby.)
To be honest, I'd much rather a new Wario Land entry, but I would still buy a new Wario Ware game as well
I haven't played much of the last 3ds warioware because the I have been playing Switch games. I would play Wario much more on a newer system.
...Just give me Rhythm Heaven on Switch dammit. T.T
I would DAY 1 and I have been thinking they have been working on a Warioware title for some time now.
$29.99, definitely buy. $49.99 and ehhhh.
I would buy it no matter how expensive it is. Day 1. 1rst hour.
We want to see Waluigi in WarioWare Switch
The WarioWare series pretty much run is coarse as of now, seriously Game Builder Garage Is a way better substitute than WarioWare. Not to mention paying 59$ for basically a port of WarioWare Gold really not worth all that money. Better off with the brand new Wario Land game instead It's been a whole decade now and it's time for the Ware games to finally retire and let the Land games make a comeback.
Bring back the quirky art, silly voice effects, beyond-crazy music, and bonkers story line of the original GBA titles then yes I would buy one at that price. The last release on 3DS felt like the game was filtered through a boardroom of old non-gamers wearing suits and came out the other side devoid of anything special. Sometimes you learn your lessons, Nintendo. But sometimes you don't.
@kkslider5552000 because it does? It doesn't sell as much as Zelda games and is not as popular.
I'd gladly pay $70 for it, or more really. I think it's a much better game than the more one-note games such as Mario Odyssey or BOTW. Wario Ware games are dense, and always tons of toys and junk to unlock, and always fun, surprising, intense, and often makes other games seem boring in comparison. Weird stuff like Wario Ware is why I buy Nintendo consoles.
Id buy a warioware game over ya spidermans or horizons every single day of the week
Of course I would buy this game.
I have a hard time shelling out full price for party games since I don’t get to play them very often and by the time we get around to it a second time, everyone has something else they wanna play instead. $30 would be the sweet spot for myself
New and properly done? Of course. Judging by the original and DS I’d be playing it for years.
Gonna drop this bombshell and be honest that, due to my alliance with Mario from a young childhood, I never dared to play a Warioware game as it felt like a betrayal.... 😱
I really don't think this series is worth 50 bucks a game anymore. Give me Wario Land and I'll happily splurge even 60 on that. But Wario Ware? Hardly even 20, honestly.
I’d prefer Wario Land, personally. It’s been over a decade since Shake It!, and that one was kinda boring. (Any chance Good-Feel could port that, also?)
This is basically Nintendo testing how much lube to use before screwing their customers for the greatest profit possible.
@NeonPizza : There can never be too much Wario. But I would absolutely and overwhelmingly prefer another WarioWare game. 2D platformers are plentiful and WarioWare is virtually the only series of its kind. But if we end up with both a new WarioWare and Wario Land in the same year? Even better!
I've also wanted to see Jimmy T added to the Smash roster as they can give him a cool moveset and stage, and Jimmy's music is often the best in the series. Fit 'n Funky from D.I.Y. and the sensual Ski tracks from Game & Wario are just fantastic (and their omission from Smash Ultimate is baffling to say the least). Fun fact: They censored the "Oh, Jimmy" female vocal from the English release of the latter's post-game track, presumably as it sounded just a touch too erotic for our puritanical non-Japanese ears.
A spin-off series of fitness/dancing games starring Jimmy T. would also be a dream come true.
The right answer is would not buy so Nintendo will put the price lower.
Would depend entirely on what their new take was.
The franchise holds so much potential, like Touched! and Twisted! will testify.
But with something like Game & Wario on Wii U, people seem to have been largely disappointed.
I like WarioWare, but probably wouldn't pay $50 for a collection of micro games.
@Nintendo_Thumb agreed! This is exactly what is missing. I would love this and a suite of mini games like Streetpass. The garage deal might be ok, more for the creations of other users.
Many would pay $60 for a port of a Wario Game. Next poll: Who would accept $10 million dollars as a gift ?
I also was sent the survey by Nintendo, but mine was asking if I would pay $59.99.
Nah, probably not. Gimme a new Wario Land or bust. As much as I appreciate Ware's quirky nature, the Land series is where it's at for me and it has been woefully neglected. Bring it back, Nintendo, Cpt. Syrup and all. And get to work on a Daisy game while you're at it xD
Now that I think about it, they should probably merge Wario Land and Wario Ware. Give him costumes, include a mini game mode.
Short answer: Yes!
Long answer: A very YEEEESSSS!!!!!
Only ever played the WiiU version and I did enjoy it very much.
Bugger off. $20 max
@ImagineerNik Not a very reassuring comment on game series that has lain dormant for some time now and Nintendo is giving us the opportunity to express how much we'd might like it to return.
I could just as easily go to an Animal Crossing related article post and say how I don't like the game and wish Nintendo would stop making them, but I don't even though those games don't interest me either.
Definitely want a new WarioWare, especially if its in the vein of Smooth Moves.
Also, does $50 mean it would be $40 at Walmart? Hmmm
Yes I would pay $50 for a new Wario Ware but I would trade my kidney for Wario World 2
Greed is Good:
I can barely picture myself forking out 50¢ for a WarioWare game.
If it was new, not a remake or remaster, and had multiplayer..then hell yes.
$50, No. $40 or less, maybe.
How about a new Wario Land game instead? The series hasn't seen a new game since the Wii...
Naturally I’m always after a bargain. You say $50 I say will $30 - then we can meet somewhere in the middle $35/40
Quality is going down. Price is going up. 🤨
@Blue_Dread I second that. I would really like to see a return to that type of Wario game.
No, I don't think I would. However I probably would pay 40$
OH YES WARIO TIME
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