WarioWare: Get It Together! Reviews
WarioWare: Get It Together!'s multiplayer modes are a bit of a letdown, but chasing high scores is still a lot of wacky fun.
The Switch is the perfect home for Nintendo's freewheeling charmer.
The least interesting WarioWare entry so far, with overcomplicated multiplayer characters and microgames that seem to have lost their sense of manic invention.
Microgame madness marred by overcomplications, WarioWare: Get It Together dissolves the fun with frustration.
As always, WarioWare's randomness is charming, and the minigames are fun, but this is far from a high watermark for the series
All of WarioWare: Get It Together!'s characters can compete in every single one of its microgames. And while some characters have clear strengths and weaknesses, it's impressive to see how co-developers Nintendo and Intelligent Systems made tweaks to each microgame to ensure that characters like 9-Volt or 18-Volt can still stand a chance against their more mobile co-workers.
Wario goes back to his roots with a great character platforming-inspired take on the microgames concept.
I’m grateful that another Wario game even exists, and WarioWare: Get It Together! is going to be a hit for a lot of people who are already dedicated to this special brand of weird. But for some, the homogenization of a few aspects might not last them more than a week, so make sure you bring people into the fold if you want to jump in at full asking price.
Wario Ware debuts on Nintendo Switch with a conservative new entry, that let us controls directly at all the characters (each one is very different) and put all the meat on the multiplayer, even in the story mode. Anyway, it feels less fresher, and it doesn't take advantage of all Switch has to offer (only minigames with physical controls here).
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WarioWare: Get It Together! gets back to basics. It throws out the controller gimmicks of old, but brings in the added layer of quirky character abilities that brilliantly manage to work with every single one of the moreish microgame mayhem that this series is so well known for. Oh, and it makes for a great party game too!
Fun, challenging and varied. This is how I would define WarioWare: Get It Together!, Nintendo's new thing for the hybrid console. I admit that it can disenchant those players looking for depth, because WarioWare gets to the point, but this kind of Free Guy in video game I loved.
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Still, as a multiplayer romp, WarioWare: Get It Together is a great game to bust out and if you're pressed on time, that's even better! Just don't expect this to be your go-to game for nights in with your buddies.
WarioWare: Get It Together is unabashedly Nintendo, fulfilling its mission statement to the letter with alarming precision, but also not rocking the boat very much at all. The game’s one big change - controlling a cast of characters - didn’t turn out to be that big of a deal after all. The result is a wonderfully infectious game to play alone - while it lasts - but the true value of the package will be in playing it with others.
WarioWare is back at square one with a brand new, funny chapter that re-elaborates the original concept, with a multi-player and multi-characters twist.
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A certain party-playing crowd will overcome the awkward bits and have a blast. Most won't. Rent, don't buy.
WarioWare: Get it Together! is a very fun game from the moment you pick it up. It has a generous selection of over 200 micro games to sink your time into. Pair that with the various playstyles of the characters, and you have yourself a lot more than just a one and done game.
With references that will make long-time Nintendo fans squeal, WarioWare: Get it Together has deeper gameplay and more longevity than you'd expect. You'll love it or hate it, however, depending on whether you like the changes or not.
This is a game I expect to go back to regularly throughout the life of the Switch. But when I do, it probably won’t be for the multiplayer. Those modes are fine, but cooperative play adds a bit too much stress. But as a classic WarioWare, Get It Together shines.
WarioWare: Get It Together, despite its rather short campaign, features over 200 incredibly funny, absurd, and downright creative microgames for players to complete. You'll find yourself laughing your way through the experience, fighting with your friends over who failed a game, and savoring your triumphs over the late game's harder challenges. The addition of the Emporium, Break Room, Missions, Play-O-Pedia, and Wario Cup are nice and will keep the game fresh for many players well after they complete the story, but a few players may not enjoy the grind to unlock all the Prezzies available. As it stands, WarioWare: Get It Together is a great, though short-lived, game – perfect for a night in with a friend.
WarioWare makes a welcome return, providing the familiar fast-paced microgames action that fans will be accustomed to. Filled with quirky charm, this Switch entry doesn't disappoint. The new character gimmick, however, does get in the way slightly despite adding a neat twist to some of the microgames.