If you’re looking to escape reality, WarioWare: Get It Together is wacky, frenetic fun. But the novelty may wear off after several hours.
WarioWare: Get It Together is a wink at the gaming industry, and a nod to previous Wario-verse games. I didn’t realize it at first, though, because I was too occupied yelling at the television: “What did I just do!? What happened!?”
Playing Get It Together without playing any of the previous WarioWare games felt much like flipping on the television and landing on an episode of Robot Chicken for the very first time. Sometimes, I was giggling at shaving the armpit hair off of a statue, or plugging myself into a giant nose. Other times, I recognized levels as they morphed into stages from an old Super Mario Bros. game.