WarioWare: Get It Together! Gameplay Leaked

WarioWare: Get It Together! gameplay leaked online days before release!

WarioWare: Get It Together! is an upcoming mini-game compilation from Nintendo and Intelligent Systems. It was announced back in June 2021 and was set to release on 10th September. However, gameplay from the upcoming Nintendo Switch game has started to surface online almost a week before its expected release.

The gameplay was uploaded by Ze Banded on YouTube and showcases what players can expect from the game. The video shows all 34 levels in the game and some hidden characters, such as Penny Crygor, that many players weren’t expecting to make into the final version. WarioWare: Get It Together! is a rather short game with simple objectives but ones that seem enjoyable.

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Furthermore, Pyoro is a playable character in the game (one that many players are excited about) and has the ability to attack with his tongue. According to Ze Banded, games release much earlier than the official release date in Hong Kong, which is how they got their hands on it more than a week early.

WarioWare: Get It Together! is a departure for a series that has been running for nearly three decades and Nintendo wants it to be flawless. Over the years, players have used buttons or touch controls to navigate through the game but this instalment requires them to take control of WarioWare’s crew members and manipulate the environment of the game through that.

Each of the characters in WarioWare: Get It Together has a distinct playstyle and certain abilities, such as flying, throwing explosives, or jumping really high. As such, players must use these abilities to navigate through the mini-games. The game is up for pre-order for £39.99 from My Nintendo Store, Amazon and GAME in the United Kingdom, and $49.99 from GameStop and Best Buy in the United States.

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Huzaifa Khan


From writing short stories in my room to finding my true enthusiasm in gaming and computer hardware journalism, I play video games and write about them.
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