My favorite quirk about the WarioWare series is that it takes the average gamer longer to explain one of the series' crazy microgames than it does to play it. The series, which has always tapped into our collective instincts built upon a lifetime of gaming, brings it all full circle with the latest DS installment, WarioWare D.I.Y. Andrew Pfister played quite a few of the game's premade levels and sampled many of the user-created microgames for his review. Here's a choice quote:
"Just in the first week after the game’s release, it’s already evident that there are some highly creative people hard at work making games based on their favorite NES games, inside meme-related jokes, or like me, an entire suite of games based on the frustrations of air travel. Let’s hope Nintendo keeps supporting this initiative, highlighting the best of the best, and nurturing America’s aspiring amateur game developers."
I like WarioWare as is, so the information pretty much drives home my desire to pick it up. Are you interested? Read Andrew's review before you hit the store!