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   ***//​WarioWare Gold//**   ***//​WarioWare Gold//**
-    * 2501: Quick rant on //​WarioWare//​ - back in the day, I recall certain high-profile SBers trashed the //WW// series as being conceptually akin to “glorified ‘Simon Says’”. This critique isn’t totally off-base but it always bothered me and I think I’ve figured out why: “SS” wants players to rapidly //mimic// a series of simple actions. //WW// wants players to rapidly //intuit// the rules of a constantly-changing series of games, which are //​performed//​ with simple actions. That seems like a subtle distinction but it represents a huge step up in terms of design complexity and skill ceiling. Like many Nintendo games, the real satisfying play modes (the high-speed remixes, played for score) are withheld until you’ve already beaten everything on “For Toddlers” difficulty. Anyway. If you haven’t played most or all of the previous games on the GBA, DS and Wii/Wii U, ‘’Gold’’ ​is a great intro! If you have, well, it’s a Greatest Hits album (with a few new notes, remixes and gimmicks).+    * 2501: Quick rant on //​WarioWare//​ - back in the day, I recall certain high-profile SBers trashed the //WW// series as being conceptually akin to “glorified ‘Simon Says’”. This critique isn’t totally off-base but it always bothered me and I think I’ve figured out why: “SS” wants players to rapidly //mimic// a series of simple actions. //WW// wants players to rapidly //intuit// the rules of a constantly-changing series of games, which are //​performed//​ with simple actions. That seems like a subtle distinction but it represents a huge step up in terms of design complexity and skill ceiling. Like many Nintendo games, the real satisfying play modes (the high-speed remixes, played for score) are withheld until you’ve already beaten everything on “For Toddlers” difficulty. Anyway. If you haven’t played most or all of the previous games on the GBA, DS and Wii/Wii U, //Gold// is a great intro! If you have, well, it’s a Greatest Hits album (with a few new notes, remixes and gimmicks).
  
   ***//Zero Escape: Virtue'​s Last Reward//** (also on: Vita)   ***//Zero Escape: Virtue'​s Last Reward//** (also on: Vita)
 
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