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WarioWare Touched! (2004)

Sawaru meido in Wario (original title)
The Nintendo DS sequel to Wario Ware Inc. (Made in Wario) This version makes full use of the Nintendo Dual Screen's capabilities.

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Charles Martinet ...
Wario (voice)
Tom Eberspecher ...
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Tim O'Leary ...
(voice)
Reiko Ninomiya ...
Kat / Ana (voice)
Leslie Swan ...
Mona (voice)
Sara Rades ...
(voice)
Risa Tabata ...
(voice)
Norihide Sasaki ...
(voice)
Takehiko Hosokawa ...
(voice)
Norikatsu Furuta ...
(voice)
Masaru Tajima ...
(voice)
Hideo Hatayama ...
(voice)
Kyoko Miyamoto ...
(voice)
Fumiko Miyamoto ...
(voice)
Takayasu Morisawa ...
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The Nintendo DS sequel to Wario Ware Inc. (Made in Wario) This version makes full use of the Nintendo Dual Screen's capabilities.

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You Can't Keep Your Hands Off It! See more »


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14 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Easter egg: In Ashley's microgame, "Don't Blow It," after you light all the candles, you can blow them out by blowing into the microphone. This does not affect your score, however. See more »

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Wario: [description of calculator unlockable] What? This stupid calculator only adds and subtracts? The salesperson said it could vacuum and bake beans!
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Followed by Odoru meido in Wario (2006) See more »

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Mike's Song
Written by Masanobu Matsunaga and Yasuhisa Baba
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The Nintendo DS Sequel Doesn't Live Up To The Original (Video Game)
2 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Quite a while ago, Nintendo made its hit game: Wario Ware Inc. (Also known as Made In Wario.) The whole game was basically a collection of about 200 short mini games (called mircogames) which lasted about 5 seconds or less.

Even though it was a bit short, it was very fun, and had lots of fun extra, unlock-able games. I really enjoyed it! But, Wario Ware Touched was disappointing! First of all, all the games seemed to vary, only slightly. Second of all, there were plenty of extras, but most of them seemed to be... pointless. The unlock-ables in the original were fun! These weren't. Lastly, this game was so short! I beat it within a couple of days! Why?!?!

Stick with the original Wario Ware game. Or, you can get the new one that is coming out. I hear that one is good.

Good: Uses the DS to its full potential. Plenty of extras and games

Bad: Way too easy, the extras seem to have little value, the games seem to be repeated

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