Everybody’s favorite devious anti-hero Wario is back with more minigame filled fun thanks to WarioWare Move It!
Move It! marks Wario’s second appearance on the Nintendo Switch console after Get It Together! launched in September 2021.
This one, while similar in looks, boasts some changes to the formula, utilizing the Switch’s Joy-Cons.
But how much does it differ from its predecessors? Let’s get into all that was revealed at the latest Nintendo Direct.
WarioWare Move It!
In WarioWare Move It!, you’ll be heading to a tropical resort with characters you know and love, traveling across with each stage completion.
As previously alluded to though, WarioWare Move It! Is all about the Switch’s Joy-Con functionality.
You’ll need to get into various ‘Forms’ using the controllers, posing as birds to peck at worms, swinging your arm around to throw lassos, and much more.
As the title of the game suggests, you’ll certainly be doing a whole host of moving in order to beat that all-important bomb explosion.
The wild and wacky mini games are back, over 200 of them to be precise, all coming at you in typical WarioWare fast and furious fashion.
There’s Party Mode too, allowing you to battle it out with up to 4 players.
This mode features multiplayer specific minigames that test your speed in order to become the fastest mover in the west.
WarioWare Move It! Release Date
WarioWare Move It! is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 3rd, 2023! That’s coming sooner than we all expected considering it was only announced in the September Nintendo Direct, making it a speedy turnaround.
So if you’re a fan of the franchise, there’s almost too many titles to play!
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Jacob has been an avid handheld enthusiast ever since the original Game Boy was placed in his hand at an early age. From that point, he’s become engrossed in all aspects of gaming, owning most consoles that have been released, and enjoying titles from a wide variety of genres. When he is not playing the latest game releases, he’s spending far too much money modding retro systems.