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Being the jovial types that we are, there's nothing we enjoy more than a good, hearty belly laugh, and sometimes we struggle to contain our mirth while getting our DS on. WarioWare: Touched! was perhaps the first title to really make us laugh out loud, and more recently Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan and th...

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Theresa Murphy's intentions were well-meaning when she planned out this costume, dressing up as Kat, half of the WarioWare series' ninja-sister duo. There must have been some misstep during the creation process, however, some supernatural treachery, that produced this absolutely creepy paper mach...

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While the main arena of the new WarioWare stage may look like the standard floating-platforms-over-a-flat-space template found in pretty much every new Brawl stage, it has its own special quirks. The whole stage transforms into WarioWare microgames during play! In his post about the new stage, Mas...

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This item has been going in and out stock all morning, so it will require a bit of patience and providence to take advantage of this one-day deal at Amazon. If you don't mind spending the rest of your day watching the product page, however, WarioWare: Smooth Moves could be yours for only $25 (s/h in...

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We've concluded our giveaway and the lucky person getting this awesome game has been chosen. Are you ready to read who won our little giveaway? Reader deaftly will be receiving a free copy of WarioWare for the Wii, so be sure to keep an eye on your email, deaftly. If you don't get back to us, we'l...

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Our WarioWare Smooth Moves giveaway ends tonight, so we just wanted to remind you that you need to head over here and comment to be entered. It's just that simple! And, who doesn't want a free game? So, be sure to get over there and comment or else you will be hating yourself for the rest of your ...

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Just in case you haven't noticed, we'd like you to know that we're giving away a free copy of WarioWare Smooth Moves for the Wii. What do you have to do to enter for a chance at receiving this game? Nothing more than commenting on this (the one that is linked) post, sitting back and waiting for the...

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That's right folks, we're set to hand one lucky reader a free copy of WarioWare Smooth Moves for the Wii. The winner will get their hands on a copy of one of the best games on the Wii right now. What do you need to do to enter for a chance at getting this most excellent game? Simply comment in this ...

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I may write about PSP gaming news, but I own and play every system (including the new and next-gen consoles). So while I do get to play most any game I want, I can't help but wish in a feverish state, that certain system exclusives went to other consoles. In this case, if I wanted to list 7 DS game...

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Reader Matthew, who attends George Washington University, sent us this video of him rocking the Wii on a pair of projector screens. In getting some time in with WarioWare Smooth Moves, we find ourselves incredibly jealous of the fun these fine chaps are having. Of course, we'll be the ones laughing...

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MTV News' Stephen Totilo has discovered the first video game innovation he's ever hated: "blow control" on the Nintendo DS. When he was commanded to literally exhale air at the system's built-in microphone in WarioWare: Master of Disguise, Totilo decided, "I don't see the point. What I see is embarr...

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Frantic sets of microgames have been the standard of every entry in the WarioWare series, forcing gamers to assess and complete outlandish objectives at a frightening pace. While each title has its own "gimmick" with its microgames (e.g. Twisted!'s motion sensor), WarioWare Touched! and WarioWare:...

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Looks like PSP users are so keen to get in on the excitement that is Wii that they'll even put up with a six second lag, just to get in on the action. You can't buy desperation publicity like that. No, we kid. While we do like to poke fun at everyone who isn't us, this is actually pretty interesting...

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Before we get with the post, a note of thanks to all the commenters that, until this morning at least, were very civil and kind in their discussion of this week's webcomic wrapup. Sure, we've all thought about the dirty things Wario would make us do if Smooth Moves was not an all-ages Nintendo ti...

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The Japanese pop star is none other than Ayumi Hamasaki, who is (according to her Wikipedia page) one of the country's most famous singers. Well, for how famous she is, she's not used any of her wealth or free time to master the minigames in WarioWare: Smooth Moves. She flops many of the minigames...

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Many of you are just getting your hands on a Wii (at last!) and others are just settling in for more in depth play on your games, so we figured it was a good time to ask: what have you played? What have you skipped? Which games have you liked most so far? This particular blogger has only been a litt...

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What with all this noise about Wii parties, it seemed fitting to turn this week's spotlight on a video that showcases just that sort of thing -- friends getting together and gently kicking each others' asses, Wii style. Sure, it's nothing new to get together with friends and play video games. We've ...

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Nintendo has been bestowed the proud honor of a Spielwarenmesse award, selected as the 'Trend + Lifestyle' winner of this year's annual Nuremberg International Toy Fair. Judges chose the Wii console along with "Wario Wear" for the duo's ability to "encourage playing PC games in groups instead of a...

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Since the release of the Wii in Japan, sales have been high on several games, such as Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, Wii Play, and Wii Sports. But Twilight Princess has been less popular than many would have guessed. While it's not exactly tanked (Link's bringing home the yen, as ever), it has consis...

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A short Aussie TV spot has hit the intertron for WarioWare: Smooth Moves. Showing a trio of young ladies demonstrate some of the movements the game demands, each with their own cute name (like The Samurai above), the brisk commercial does a good job of stirring up excitement for the game. It'll be...

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