Well, it's above average. That's something.6/10 I'm pretty rusty
Huh, seems the Forest of Fear question is tripping quite a few people up.
Nah, it's a decent score. Definitely could do better though.I got 7/10!
I failed my boi Wario
I think those pterosaur esque creatures are found before Wonky Circus in Wario World, but I can't remember.7/10, I haven't played Wario Land 3 or beaten Wario World so it makes sense. (Clown area in World always scared the shit out of me)
Never used items either so I didn't know that the Black Dog did extra damage to any of the bosses.
You're wrong about the Forest of Fear. It's the Stagnant Swamp that's got the ghost pirate boss, the Forest of the Fear is the one with all the climbing nets and zombies.The song one I figured out despite Pro Tools hogging my entire audio output because Shake It and the one WarioWare didn't have exclusive title songs, and 4 had the Japanese credits theme.
The one about WarioWare not featuring a given song I really should've known better than to think they wouldn't include the fucking Ashley Aria.
The one about 18-Volt I answered based on a vague memory I had of being pissed that he wasn't the age that his name implied. And got it wrong. Either I was wrong, and he is 18, or he is fuckin' ancient, because 16 wasn't the answer.
Like, camon bro, uh-- heh-- cat vs dog?? Talk about obvi
I couldn't remember the boss for Desert Ruins like I could for the other choices, so I picked that one. Still got it wrong. I guess it did have a boss?
Even though Forest of Fear has the ghost pirate, The Temple has Rudy, and A Town in Chaos has soccer rabbit--
7/10. Oh well. Kind of lame how 3WB gets to be an expert on Wario knowledge despite forgetting "Cractyl" but I'M not yet a master of the obscure just because I was unaware of 18-Volt's potent gigantism. ....To be fair, though, it never mentioned anything about knowing common stuff.
If you want it to be all obscure shit, you should've asked for the name of the Laser Jellyfish, or Big Scorper's real name, or fugging uhhh whatever the hell those sharks from Horror Manor are called. ...Come to think of it, I have no goddamn idea what the names of any of the mooks are except for Cractyl (now there's some irony for ya). The angler fish from shivering mountains, the yetis/mountain goats, the snowmen things, the paintings from Mirror Mansion with arms that you destroy using the piledriver snowmen from earlier, the Houdini vampires, the Wooden Lion effigies, the crows, the King Boo-ass reflection-ass purple ghwoasts with elegant lady-like voices, the winged magnets, the mice inside huge lidless hat boxes, the flying boat that shoots the exploding grape balls, whatever the hell said incendiary grapes are called, etc., etc. You name it, I, uh, don't.
Yeah, it's a good result. It's quite a tricky quiz after all.7/10. That's pretty good.
Yeah, agreed. If you're most a fan of one Wario series or another, 6-7/10 is definitely your most likely score.I got 6/10.
Perfect knowledge of Wario Land, guessed correctly to Q3.
I'd say that's a good result.
Everyone always seems to struggle with that Wario Land 3 one. Surprised, thought those level names were pretty easy to remember bar the crater ones.8/10, only got the WL3 and Wario World questions wrong
Pretty sure it was in the Japanese end cutscene his stage in WarioWare Gold:
Really the whole thing reminds me of Zeke and Luther, how the latter was born on a Leap Day, and as such is (legally speaking) 1/4 his age.Pretty sure it was in the Japanese end cutscene his stage in WarioWare Gold:
In English it says 'I'm in fourth grade', which means students 9-10 years old, but in Japan I hear it's more direct. He basically says he's 9 years old,a and 13-amp says something like 'bested by a 9 year old'.
Though I can't find it now.