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WarioWare: Move It! Release Date Set for November 3rd

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Story Highlights

  • Nintendo has unveiled WarioWare: Move It!, a new party action game for the Switch, set to release on November 3 worldwide.
  • WarioWare: Move It! is a motion-based game where players can engage in over 200 microgames using the Joy-Con controllers.
  • The game also features a local Party Mode supporting up to four players, adding a social element to the gaming experience.

Nintendo has announced a new title in the WarioWare series, ‘WarioWare: Move It!’, set to join the Nintendo Switch. The party action game is slated for a worldwide release on November 3.

The latest addition to the series brings a twist to traditional gameplay, incorporating motion-based activities. Players, armed with a pair of Joy-Con controllers, are prompted to perform an array of actions, from gentle shaking to dancing and even curtseying, to navigate through more than 200 swift microgames. Each microgame, lasting only a few seconds, offers a unique and entertaining challenge to the players.

Engaging Gameplay and Social Interaction in WarioWare: Move It!

But the game doesn’t limit itself to solitary play. A second player can join in the fun using an additional set of Joy-Con controllers, doubling the merriment of treasure-guarding and sheep-twirling. Moreover, WarioWare: Move It! introduces a local Party Mode, allowing up to four players to engage in a laughter-filled gaming experience. This mode features mini-games presented in the form of a treacherous board game, all wrapped in a package of whimsical Wario-style rules.

In sum, ‘WarioWare: Move It!’ is set to provide an interactive and entertaining gaming experience, combining both individual and group play elements. The innovative use of Joy-Con controllers for motion-based gameplay adds a new dimension to the game, inviting players to physically engage with the gaming environment. With its release date set, gamers can mark their calendars to join the world of WarioWare once again.

You can pre-order the game on the Nintendo Store page.

Written by Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage is the founder and editor-in-chief of Video Gaming. He has been covering and writing about video games for over 9 years. He is a 2013 graduate of the Academy of Art University with an A.A. in Web Design and New Media. In his off-time, he enjoys playing video games, watching bad movies, and spending time with his family.