Talk:WarioWare (series)

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How come there's a comma after WarioWare in the title of the article? --Yoshi62620px 19:41, 21 January 2007 (EST)

Because Nintenod wanted it to have a comma. Paper Jorge

Alright. I was just asking because the first time WarioWare Inc. is said in the article, it has no comma. --Yoshi62620px 20:05, 21 January 2007 (EST)

there not warioware inc. workers[edit]

Just because their in the game doesnt mean that theyre wario ware inc. peoples.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Isyou (talk).

Yes it does. File:Mayor.gifPaper Jorge

He means employees. Has Waluigi been seen as an employee at WW inc.?Knife (talk)

Well he makes a cameo in a game but.... File:Mayor.gifPaper Jorge

Exactly, hes not a worker. And also fronk, he isnt an employee either. He just has his own set of games, that doesnt mean hes an employee.Isyou 13:38, 11 February 2007 (EST)

i Highly Doubt that the thang family are ALL Warioware Workers. Same for 9-Volt. i mean, how can a kid be working for some greedy elf? (Wow, that came out wrong. Way Wrong) User:Maxlover2


I think that this page should be rewritten as a whole new article called WarioWare Series. This page should include all employees, and go into more description into the employees and the games. Does anyone else want to help? Marcelagus (TCE)

I even think that we should split up the article, one for the company, and the other one for the series. The article about the series should be focused on the gameplay and game mechanics, while the article about the company should cover information about the "structures", "management" and the employees of the company, as you told. --Grandy02 16:13, 10 March 2008 (EDT)

Trivia - huh?[edit]

I don't understand this piece of trivia:

  • All characters who have been named numbers are exclusively within the WarioWare series.

What does that mean??? What numbers? --Grandy02 12:30, 4 November 2008 (EST)

I think it means 9-Volt... but it doesn't really make sense so I'll remove it. Plumber 00:05, 23 December 2008 (EST)

"(series)" in the title[edit]

The article has "(series)" in its title. However, WarioWare redirects to here and there is no other subject simply called WarioWare, so I don't see how "(series)" is needed at all. --Grandy02 13:37, 15 February 2010 (EST)

Me neither, we should get rid of it. Time Questions 13:41, 15 February 2010 (EST)
There's also "Mario Kart (series)". --Grandy02 13:53, 15 February 2010 (EST)
Platitudinous (talk) It's referring to the fact that the article is about the game series and not the company in the games.
This is pointed out by the article's introduction. The "(series)" would only be needed if "WarioWare" was a disambiguation page, but since most people probably look for the game series rather than the company, it should be as it is now. --Grandy02 07:57, 15 May 2010 (EDT)

The status of WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!, Game & Wario and the secondary games.[edit]

I'm a bit uncertain to the status as main game and spin-off this page is currently applying to WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!, I don't see it as a main entry, unlike the other "main" WarioWare games and even Game & Wario, this game traces no story, there's no plot involved in this game and nothing relevant happens at all, also, the microgames are directly recycled from the first one, which indirectly would make it pseudo-port or remake of the original, we should note that the main genre of this game is implied on the name, this is a party game, the same genre of Game & Wario (I'm aware WarioWare: Smooth Moves also has party elements but compensates this by having a story for each character and new microgames). Following this logic, that would make WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$! a spin-off as well. Though I agree on its current spin-off status, I'm recounting Game & Wario because Nintendo nor Intelligent System never explicitly called it a spin-off, the dude that called it a spin-off was not one of the developers, just merely the fella that showcased the game to the press on the game floor at a certain game show (can't remember if it was E3 2013). But invariably of that, I think the secondary games is really misleading because those games have what it takes to be called spin-offs, the only true secondary game would WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase, even though that game has enough elements to be considered its own game thanks to its own integrated microgames as you don't necessarily need WarioWare: D.I.Y. to purchase this game. Therefore, I think games in this series should be classified like the following:

Main games

  • WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
  • WarioWare: Twisted!
  • WarioWare: Touched!
  • WarioWare: Smooth Moves
  • WarioWare: D.I.Y.


  • WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
  • Birds & Beans
  • Paper Airplane Chase
  • WarioWare: Snapped!
  • Game & Wario

Secondary game

  • WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase

Oh and BTW, the crossover section is missing Super Smash Bros.

--BYLLANT Ak-Un.png 04:34, 25 September 2016 (EDT)