The Paper Mario Sticker Star composers did Game & Wario's soundtrack and WarioWare Gold shared a lot of staff with Paper Mario Color Splash. Haven't looked for the earlier games.Does Paper Mario and WarioWare have some developers in common? Or is it just the sound design?
Ah thanks, it's just that the "Stylish" sound effect has been there since Touched!. WarioWare has so many cool win sound effects, I need to find a good archive of them!! This game just might be the best one yet!!The Paper Mario Sticker Star composers did Game & Wario's soundtrack and WarioWare Gold shared a lot of staff with Paper Mario Color Splash. Haven't looked for the earlier games.
Seems like the game itself is solid as usual, whether you like the concept of switching to character gameplay will be what makes or breaks it. And the demo won me over, so I'll probably like it.Reviews are trickling in
So far it seems people who wanted/expected a game that made full use of the Switch's features are disappointed. The character concept is divisive: those who like it really like it while others complaint it makes multiplayer and microgames too hard.
After watching the leaks, I fully expected this one to be mostly well-received but somewhat divisive. This seems to be panning out
You always get these people whenever a new WarioWare comes out lol. To be honest I'm surprised a series with a resolutely arcade mentality on content and replayability like WarioWare is even in the green.Still a little miffed about that one review saying they put it down after story mode. That's where the game opens up, fool!