Wario World Gamecube Review
Garys got a video game review for Wario World for the Nintendo Gamecube. Find out what Marios cousin, Wario, is up to!
Wario World TreasuresUnlike his wimpy cousin Mario, who's all about jumping on monsters, Wario knocks 'em out with punches, shoulder slams, pile drivers, throws and any other moves he can steal from the WWE. You control the noisy dude as he grunts, whines, taunts and chuckles his way through 3D levels, awesome boss fights, puzzles and more. Plus, if you collect bonus items you can unlock extra WarioWare Inc.: Mega MicroGame$ for your Gameboy Advance.
Wario World Game ProblemsThe Wario World video game has some problems, though. The biggest one is that it's too easy - Wario can bust his way past monsters with ease, even the bosses. What makes it worse is that Wario World is short too. You can finish the whole game in less than a day if you really play hard.
Wario World Bottom LineWario's Gamecube adventure is all about getting treasure, unfortunately it's too short to be a huge treasure on its own. It's an awesome game to rent, but it's not really worth buying.
How Hard Is Wario World?The controls are a cinch to learn and the enemies are easy to stomp.
Wario World Age Rating:Everyone.
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Systems: Nintendo Gamecube