We only have a couple of weeks left until WarioWare: Get It Together! launches on Nintendo Switch, so what better time to take another look at the game?
Nintendo has dropped a brand new overview trailer for Wario's latest outing, starring the man himself as the clip's narrator. Wario – voiced by the wonderful Charles Martinet, of course – talks us through some of the fast-paced minigames you'll be getting stuck into and the characters you'll meet along the way.
In fact, we received an email from Wario just a few moments ago. Here's what he had to say in Nintendo's latest press release:
"Me and the other chumps at my company put everything I could ever want into this game. It’s got a Story mode full of microgames where we all get sucked inside a video game. In the movie biz they’d call that a biopic. I like to call it a NOSE PICK! WUAHAHAHA!
For the first time, YOU control me and my friends using our absurd abilities to take on a rush of microgames. (It’s quite generous of me to share the spotlight.) I even let you play as my subordinates who are less attractive than me, like Jimmy T, Ashley and 9-Volt. You can play Story mode with your friends in both local and wireless co-op mode. There’s all sorts of gameplay to dig into, so you better bring a shovel!
There’s also Variety Pack, which is a competitive party mode for friends playing locally using the same system. You can compete in microgames, play volleyball and work together – or not! – with up to four players. Whether it’s a platformer, a strategy game or a battle royale, I wanna be the best!
Naturally, if you think you’re the best, throw your own biker hat in the ring with Wario Cup, a rotating weekly high score challenge. There’s even a Ranked Mode with an online leaderboard. Don’t confuse it with a rank odor, though. Leave that to me! WUAHAHA!"
If you're still on the fence about picking up a copy for yourself, you might want to consider Wario's final statement. "Remember – if you buy my game, everyone will surely love me the most! Who’s the popular one now, Mario? Me … WARIO! WUAHAHA!" Sold.
Remember that you can check out a free demo of WarioWare: Get It Together! right now.