WarioWare: Move It! Overview Trailer Released

Ahead of its full release on November 3, see what’s to come in Nintendo’s WarioWare: Move It! With the latest overview trailer for the game.

In this party title, WarioWare: Move It! Will task players with (gently) shaking, punching, dancing, wiggling and curtsying through different microgames that last just a few seconds. In order to succeed, players will have to get into poses called Forms, which can run the gamut from the confident Fashionista to the chicken-like Ba-KAW.

Included in this title is Story Mode, which guides players through different stages, each with their own character, story, back-to-back microgames, and variety of Forms. Once you’ve played a microgame once, players can then play it again in the Museum.

One can also battle it out in WarioWare: Move It!’s party mode. Supporting two to four players, each with one Joy-Con controller, this local mode features different objectives. One has players reaching the goal without getting turned to stone by Medusa in Medusa March, while Galactic Conquest is a dicey board game with Wario’s very own rules.

Other games include Go the Distance that feature a rapid microgames gauntlet and The Who’s In Control show, a guessing game.

See it for yourself below:

WarioWare: Move It! – Overview Trailer – Nintendo Switch

The game will come out for the Nintendo Switch; pre-orders are now available on the Nintendo eShop.

Source: Press Release
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