WarioWare: Smooth Moves review

  • Furiously fast gaming
  • Gets you moving
  • Classic Nintendo shout-outs
  • Waiting for multiplayer
  • A few control hiccups
  • Short-lived solo play

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

Release date: Jan 15 2007 - Wii (US)
Available Platforms: Wii
Genre: Family
Published by: Nintendo
Developed by: Nintendo
ESRB Rating:
Everyone 10+: Crude Humor

1 comment

  • WillisTron - April 23, 2010 9:01 p.m.

    You guys confuse me. In the article about Nintendo's achievements in the decade or something like that you guys said this game was 'crap' - yet it got an 8? I love gamesradar and I'll always read it but I see a lot of inconsistency with you guys. (Another example being how MW2 gets praised by you guys and a perfect 10, yet recent in articles you guys trash it all the time) I loved Smooth Moves btw

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