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WarioWare: Get It Together! presents its cooperative mode in a new gameplay

WarioWare: Get It Together! was one of the great surprises of the Nintendo Direct of E3 2021. After the delivery of Nintendo 3DS, WarioWare Gold, which served as a compilation of the best microgames of the series, the veteran saga is back exclusively for Nintendo Switch full of novelties; among them, a renewed cooperative mode that we see now in an extensive new gameplay.

Nintendo’s YouTube channel, on its show Nintendo Minute, has shown how some of those microgames will work, which are called because they do not allow for pauses or regrets: they last a few seconds. This installment will bring more than 200 microgames, some of them with the possibility of being completed in the company of up to 4 players; each with a Joy-Con controller. A step beyond what we saw on GameCube and Wii.

More than 200 microgames await us at WarioWare: Get It Together!

There is something that does not change regarding the solo WarioWare that we all know: the sense of humor. Laughter is guaranteed; extravagant situations, guaranteed. From pulling the hair out of an armpit to taking out the garbage bags, the reflexes at full speed, the improvisation and the precision at the controls will show off in this installment … this time with the incentive of being able to do it together.

As always, we can play in portable mode, in mode tabletop or on the TV. And yes, in case someone asks you: We also have the option to play multiplayer in local mode, each with their own console; not necessarily both with the same Nintendo Switch.

WarioWare: Get It Together! September 10 arrives; demo now available

WarioWare: Get It Together! this is put up for sale September, 10th In physical and digital format exclusively for Nintendo Switch at a recommended price of 49.99 euros. Those who are interested in trying out the new antics and microgames of Wario and the rest of the characters in the series can take a look at the free demo; Available now on the Nintendo Switch Digital Store.

Source | Nintendo Minute

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