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  • Summary: (Also known as "Sawaru Made in Wario" in Japan) Wario makes his mad debut on the Nintendo DS with 180 all-new, factory-fresh microgames! What really makes this game rock is the DS's touch control. Touch the latest fruits from the bizarro developers of WarioWare Inc. Expect to make lots of spins and whirlpools to win Dr. Crygor's Slightly Unscrewed microgames. Kickin' kindergartners Kat and Anna return with a dojo's worth of Ninja Scribble microgames. Scooter girl Mona has made a career move from the gelateria to the pizza delivery business, but she's also found time to become a pop diva and, of course, develop a whole new set of extremely cuuute microgames. [Nintendo] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 43 out of 54
  2. Negative: 0 out of 54
  1. Being too uncoordinated to dare attempt one of those arcade dancing machines, it's the first game we've played that has actually made us feel light-headed. It's also exactly what DS needed after the disappointing absence of a genuine must-have title among the US launch releases. Virtually perfect. [NGC]
  2. While the game is extremely simplistic and little more than a collection of many minigames, the action is fast-paced and addicting and should provide hours of mindless entertainment.
  3. With the DS's unique capabilities as the star attraction put into a single package with significant gameplay time and replayability, this is one game that should be in everybody's collection.
  4. 81
    A great idea that underachieved.
  5. 80
    But my biggest problem with the game is really just the slight lack of craziness that I've come to expect from Wario Ware. I rarely laugh out loud at a game, but the original Wario Ware provided me with much humour with its general wackiness.
  6. As much as this reviewer likes WarioWare: Touched!, it’s not worth the purchase price of a DS.
  7. For a system that prides itself on interactivity, WarioWare: Touched! is a notable complement. It's a shallow, inconsistent experience, though, and one I suspect will wear on you after a while.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 22 out of 28
  2. Negative: 3 out of 28
  1. Jan 26, 2014
    Wario Ware Touched is one of the best in its series. I would recommend this game to everyone. This game looks like it took a long time to develop and was developed well. Expand
  2. Vicky
    Apr 17, 2005
    This games is excellent cant fault it highly addictive and very funny!!! i prefer it to marion 64 it is just sooo funny theres loads of levels 2 unlock and funny things like putting bogeys up sum1s nose and unrolling toilet roll best game eva!!! Expand
  3. ShenG.
    Nov 8, 2005
    Oh MY GOSH this is like one of the best games people might say it is not its probably medium but u can play this for hours the graphics is crystal clear actually MORE. Expand
  4. FalakD.
    Feb 15, 2005
    Game is really fun to play and enjoy! You'll love it!
  5. Sarah
    Mar 17, 2005
    An addictive afternoon snack that ends up an amazingly entertaining dinner and dessert. Just when you think you've had enough you'll go back for more! Expand
  6. MichaelColon-R.
    Feb 16, 2005
    A great game! Very addicting.
  7. DavidT.
    May 16, 2005
    Keeping the youths of ADD entertained...

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