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Friday, January 26, 2007

This is about a day or two late but if you want your kicks on the upcoming Wario: Master of Disguise DS until it's release then I suggest you check this one out.

1Up has the imported version of the video game and has posted a review of it for your viewing pleasure. Here's a quick sample from the review itself:

Wario quickly puts the touch screen through its paces; as per usual, transformation is his greatest weapon. Unlike previous adventures, though, it's not collisions with bad guys that allow Wario to change shapes but rather a magic wand that he swipes from an elderly magician. (No one ever said Wario was nice.) The wand enables seven different transformations acquired gradually over the course of the quest. Changing forms is simply a matter of drawing the appropriate symbol over Wario; there's no magic meter to worry about, no limited allocation of points or consumables. It's possible to change at any time, provided you can scribble the necessary symbol in the heat of the moment.


- Report By Gage at 1:55 PM

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