Wario Ware Inc. Mega Party Games (GameCube)
- Frantic microgame action, now on GameCube
- Cult-classic microgames from GBA version plus multiplayer part games
- Your friends mess with you while you're taking your turn and try to make you blunder
- Solid single player version with many unlockable features
- For 1 to 4 players, or up to 16 players if controllers are shared
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- Platform: GameCube
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
WarioWare, Inc: Mega Party Game$ continues the tradition of frantic microgame action. All of the original cult-classic microgames are back, this time supporting a host of multiplayer party games. The microgames serve as a way of advancing each player's position within the multiplayer games...if you do well in the microgames, your position in the multiplayer game improves. Your friends mess with you while you're taking your turn and try to make you blunder. A solid single-player mode gives hardcore fans lots of things to unlock, and a huge variety of party games give casual gamers tons of reasons to keep coming back for more WarioWare. More players than you can shake a stick at! Play with up to four players in most party-game modes, or share a Controller among 16 players for some of the craziest gaming you've seen! Tons to unlock! Play through single player to unlock over 200 minigames and more than a dozen additional features, including bonus game modes, movies, music videos, and more!
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Top Customer Reviews
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?
For those who haven't played the game the premice is simple, quickly complete minigames that last 3 seconds long- no easy task, especially if you have no idea what is happening and if your friends are blocking the screen! Now, on the GC version 4 players can play at the same time and even try and put each other off when in the middle of a game- if you have 15 other friends you can pass a wavebird around and play a special HUGE multiplayer event.
Basically, this game ensures fun for anyone and can get any party started with the insane minigames that will have your ribs hurting in seconds.
Whether it's the single player or multiplayer modes, the games are fun, addictive, and sometimes just plain weird.
The game takes you through several different levels of different genres of games including sports, sci-fi, and classic NES games to name a few. New players might be overwhelmed at the simplicity and speed of the games, since you're thrown into an elevator going up 30 floors while running a gauntlet of micro games that last five seconds each. At then end of the 30 floors, you're taken to a boss battle ranging from a simple battle to a small level of gameplay. Your gaming skills are tested as you either have to use logic, careful timing, or simple button bashing to complete each game. You'll have a host of interesting games like picking a nose, guiding Link into a cave, Defeating Mother Brain, and hosing down a guy on fire. As you complete the games, things speed up or gain a level which requires you to do more for each game. Things can get pretty fast pretty quick. This fast & furious gameplay never allows fatigue to set in and only gamers with lightening quick reactions will succeed in this roller coaster game. Players are presented with a succession of random games: each one unique, with the player never knowing what is coming next.
Once all the games are unlocked in the single player mode, you can try to beat records for each game for fun.
The multiplayer mode is really where the game shines. You can choose between several different modes.Read more ›
What you will find, however, and what constitutes the main appeal of the game, is a bizarre selection of ways to play these games with one, two, or three friends. From the turtle-balancing game, in which winning a microgame puts another turtle beneath your character on which you have to balance, to 'Listen to the Doctor', in which players are given Simon-Says-style commands to carry out while playing their game, and the other players judge their performance by clapping (whoever has recieved the most applause throughout wins), all ten or so of these modes are frantic and extremely entertaining.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got two words for this unfair game "faster speed" is really needed on this game here's the why part
*it has some nice mini-games and all but after you do one of them... Read more
Wario Ware is one of my favorite party games, forget about anything on the Wii, even the sequel to it! Read morePublished on 20 Oct. 2009 by James Crawford
Many people will complain that this game is just a direct emulation from the GBA version, but is that such a bad thing? Read morePublished on 30 Dec. 2005 by The Almighty Hoot
Having enjoyed the Mario Party series and reading some of the other reviews on this game I was looking forward to getting my hands on this game. Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2005
It was bound to happen...True multiplayer madness. Wario Ware Inc. Mega Party Game$ is the best multiplayer title since Super Smash Bros. Melee. Read morePublished on 11 Oct. 2004
You have to get this. Make no excuses. Buy it.
Introducing Wario Ware straight from the GBA (almost). There's 200 + minigames, all of them approximately 3 seconds long. Read more
I waited for this for a long time and now its arrived it doesn't disappoint...well only if you dont play multiplayer games. Read morePublished on 12 Sept. 2004
When i first saw this game in a shop in the U.S., I decided not to buy it. Then i read a magazine review of it, which told me to buy it. Read morePublished on 11 Sept. 2004 by Tom Hall