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  • This is a fun idea, but unfortunately the implementation of the concept is not always as fun as sometimes even if I draw the right symbol for a certain costume, the game will think that I have just drawn a different symbol and give me a costume that I do not want or need
  • The problem with all this use of the touchscreen is sometimes the game feels repetitive as a lot of the puzzles can be solved with little variation
  • Overall, I recommend that people rent this game first as this game could prove to be just too frustrating and repetitive to justify a purchase

    • by NextGenFan
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      If you are fan of the kooky, comical and sometimes disgusting Wario character and universe, this game will not disappoint you as it is done in a similar style to most of the other Wario games. This game also makes very good use of the Nintendo DS hardware as it requires a player to take the stylus and draw a particular symbol on Wario.

      Each symbol represents a particular costume and different


      costumes are needed in order to advance through levels and defeat bosses.

      This is a fun idea, but unfortunately the implementation of the concept is not always as fun as sometimes even if I draw the right symbol for a certain costume, the game will think that I have just drawn a different symbol and give me a costume that I do not want or need.

      This can be a bit frustrating ...


      • as it does happen more than just a couple of times when I play.

        The costume variety is impressive and fun though and each costume comes with special techniques or abilities to master and implement in order to solve the numerous puzzles that pop-up repeatedly in the game and trounce the bosses.

        There are other uses of the touchscreen technology in this game as well that involve guiding certain objects to a

        certain spot or drawing images that suddenly come alive and can be used to solve a puzzle or complete a mini-game.

        The problem with all this use of the touchscreen is sometimes the game feels repetitive as a lot of the puzzles can be solved with little variation.

        Overall, I recommend that people rent this game first as this game could prove to be just too frustrating and repetitive to justify a purchase.




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