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Critic Reviews for WarioWare Gold
Like the gaming equivalent of binge-watching a playlist of the funniest Vine videos, WarioWare Gold provides some enjoyable short attention span shenanigans, particularly for newcomers. But in the absence any substantial new additions and a paucity of worthwhile extras, WarioWare Gold is more like a runner-up silver for long term fans of the series.
My main concern with WarioWare Gold, exacerbated by the lack of download play and only one real multiplayer gametype at that, is that it doesn't really have legs. Many of the extra modes are homogenized to the point where if you've played a few of them you've played them all, and it only took me a few days to unlock every game and peruse them individually. It's a step down from the Wii U's Game & Wario; a flawed but creative romp that I still play to this day.
WarioWare Gold it's like a "greatest hits" album, but from the craziest Nintendo IP. 316 five seconds minigames that requires speed and reflexes, and above all, sense of humor. An enjoyable crazy idea that, maybe, this time, falls short in some areas (story) and it doesn't offer multiplayer with one cart or 3D effect.
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