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WarioWare: Smooth Moves

WarioWare: Smooth Moves | £9.85 | ShopTo | Wii

Author:
Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Minigames, multiplayer, Nintendo, Party games, WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Wii games
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WarioWare: Smooth Moves | Wii
WarioWare: Smooth Moves | £9.85 | ShopTo | Wii

Is this the best multiplayer game on the Wii? Probably. WarioWare: Smooth Moves is a game designed to make you get up off your bum and make a fool out of yourself in front of other people. It's brilliant fun, an excellent party game, and a must for anyone with a Wii. We just wish it had the game modes from the Gamecube's slice of WarioWare action. ShopTo have it in stock for under a tenner at the moment, so make it happen!. Cheers Syzable!

Warioware: Smooth Moves | £11.86 | ShopTo | Wii

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Nintendo, Party games, WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Wii games
Warioware: Smooth Moves | £11.86 | ShopTo | Wii

ShopTo are currently touting a reasonable price for Warioware: Smooth Moves, which if you don't know, is a bonkers selection of minigames designed to humiliate you in front of strangers. It's brilliant fun - and the WiiMote controls are hilariously effective - but the multiplayer options are a little more limited than we expected. Still well worth a go if you've got a Wii lying around.

Why We Love...Wario

Author:
Matt Gardner
Category:
Features
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Nintendo, Wario, Warioland, WarioWare, WarioWare Inc.: Mega Microgames, WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Wii games

Why We Love...Wario

Is it the purple dungarees? A Machiavellian cackle of which even The Brain would be proud? The engorged, bulbous nose of the alcoholic barroom brawler? Or maybe even the moustache that appears as if it belongs to a man who got too friendly with an electrical socket?

In truth, it's none of those really. We don't love Wario for emulating Mario's platforming shenanigans or for being probably the best character in Mario Tennis (mainly due to his ridiculously overpowered serves), we love him for making us act like utter twats when armed with a Wiimote. Forget Wii Sports and Wii Play, whether you were playing in a family front room on Boxing Day, firing Ninty's albino console up at an office party, or had gotten smashed with some uni mates and stuck the Wii on in the early hours of the morning after a trip to the union, WarioWare: Smooth Moves was (is?) perhaps the finest experience to be had on the Wii.

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