Well that was the easiest WarioWare game ever. I’m not knocking it, as it was great, but I don’t think I failed more than a handful of times and it seemed a lot shorter. Yes, there are loads of things to unlock and there’s high scores to chase and stuff, but to finish story mode was a walkover.
I was convinced this took me around 40 hours, but no, just under 28. It just felt much longer than the other picross titles I’ve played on the 3DS, but it’s about par for them. There’s not a lot else to say, really. It’s picross, with Sanrio (think Hello Kitty) characters as the puzzles. There are loads of stickers to unlock, but they’re of little use as you can’t take screenshots, but the main picross is the same picross as …
All the things I’ve done.
Bite his shiny metal IAPs
A while back I was lucky enough to win a copy of this from Nintendolife. I already had (and had completed) it on the Switch, but it’s a great game so playing it through a game was certainly no chore. Unsurprisingly, it’s the same game. But also unsurprisingly, it was awesome again. I don’t know if I’ll mop up all the collectibles like I did with the Switch version, but you never know!
Just a brief post about this because I said a lot more on the ugvm Podcast, but since recording that I’ve completed it. The main thing to mention is that in the intro to the game, I thought I’d figured out what had happened to Tim’s dad. However, you never actually find out as the game ends with a sequel setup. It’s slightly disappointing, but only because I was expecting closure. The rest of the game was enjoyable, in a …
Not Your Usual Lazy Catchup Post
Let’s go outside. Er.
Big Girls Don’t Cry
To be this good takes Capcom. Mocpac? Hmm.
I for one welcome our feline overlords.
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