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WarioWare: Smooth Moves review

Freakishly fast and fun as hell

Multiplayer modes in Smooth Moves simply tack on rules to the already chaotic minigames. There's a random elimination mode, a hot potato "toss the remote around" theme and an all-out minigame battle, but you have to play through a ton of single-player game to unlock the multi feature. Strange, no? You'd think a party game would make group gaming a little easier. Going solo will end fast (maybe a couple of hours), but grab up to 12 people and you've got the definite Wii party experience.

Multiplayer modes in Smooth Moves simply tack on rules to the already chaotic minigames. There's a random elimination mode, a hot potato "toss the remote around" theme and an all-out minigame battle, but you have to play through a ton of single-player game to unlock the multi feature. Strange, no? You'd think a party game would make group gaming a little easier. Going solo will end fast (maybe a couple of hours), but grab up to 12 people and you've got the definite Wii party experience.

More Info

GenreFamily
DescriptionFirst the micro games were nuts. Now you'll be twirling a hula hoop, lifting weights and running a marathon for real - using the Wii remote.
PlatformWii
US censor ratingEveryone 10+
Release date15 January 2007 (US), (UK)
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