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Wario: Master of Disguise Member Review for the DS

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04/09/07
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E10+ Contains Crude Humor, Mild Cartoon Violence

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After being a huge fan of past wario world and wario ware games, I had extremely high expectations for this game. Unfortunatly, it doesnt have the same feeling of the older wario games. First, the game is pretty slow paced. Each of the ten levels will take you any where from 1 to 1 and a half hours. The game begins as a fairly generic side-scroller. You only have two "disguises" to change to. When you do aquire all the disguises, it will become tedious to draw the sign to change.(ex. Genius Wario requires you to draw a magnifing glass, and the touch screen may mistake it for Cosmic Wario which is a circle.) The game has a few minigames in order to open the chests, but few are anything youve never seen. Altogether, this is a mediocore game that has some fun elements, but are alot better off with The New Super Mario Bros. or Castlevania.


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