10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
THE definition of Party-Gaming,
This review is from: Wario Ware Inc. Mega Party Games (GameCube) (Video Game)
If you get this game, you have made a wise choice. Based on the GBA sleeper-hit Wario Ware Inc.: Minigame Mania, this is party-gaming at it greatest. At the bottom of it all, this game is based around 200 or so 'microgames', that last around 5 seconds at the most, usually 2 seconds on the fastest difficulty. Each microgame has 3 difficulties, Each employing a slightly harder objective. For instance, there is a microgame that involves tilting a cage of sorts with a ball in it and a hole at the bottom, you objective being to tilt the cage to get the ball out. On the second difficulty there would be two layers to tilt it through, and 3 on the 3rd. You get the idea.
Anyway, the reason I knocked a star off because the Single-player is a bit weak. If 1-player thrills is what you're after, get the GBA version. However, if you have friends (or anyone for that matter, your nan could play this), and enough controllers, then you'll have a ball with the wealth of multiplayer modes. Of course, they all revolve around playing the microgames, but they are given to you in different ways. There's even all new multiplayer minigames that you play as tie-breakers, and to decide who playes the microgame in one mode.
This is pure Nintendo genious, and a less that £20, how could you say no?