WarioWare: Get It Together Launches in September

Nintendo dropped the news that a new WarioWare game is headed to the Nintendo Switch next month.

But don’t worry about the wait, a WarioWare: Get It Together demo dropped in the eShop today to give players a taste of the microgame action.

“Attention world! It’s me. The talented, irresistible WARIO with a new game for all my fans! Did you hear that? That was the sound of the internet breaking!” Wario said in a press release today. “Oh, wait. Excuse me. That was the sound of wind breaking. (I like to toot my own horn.)”

Some changes are coming to the franchise, including a chance to play as Wario and his friends (? does he have friends?) across a variety of microgames.

“Me and the other chumps at my company put everything I could ever want into this game. It’s got a Story mode full of microgames where we all get sucked inside a video game. In the movie biz they’d call that a biopic. I like to call it a NOSE PICK! WUAHAHAHA!” Wario said. “For the first time, YOU control me and my friends using our absurd abilities to take on a rush of microgames. (It’s quite generous of me to share the spotlight.) I even let you play as my subordinates who are less attractive than me, like Jimmy T, Ashley and 9-Volt. You can play Story mode with your friends in both local and wireless co-op mode. There’s all sorts of gameplay to dig into, so you better bring a shovel!”

The game will also feature a competitive party mode called Variety Pack with up to four players.

There will also be weekly high school challenges through Wario Cup and a Ranked Mode that features an online leaderboard.

“Remember – if you buy my game, everyone will surely love me the most! Who’s the popular one now, Mario? Me … WARIO! WUAHAHA!”

WarioWare: Get It Together will launch Sept. 10 on Nintendo Switch.

 

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