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Today's new Did You Know Gaming segment is putting the spotlight on Wario and his subsequent games.
The video begins with exploring the earlier Wario Land games, such as Wario Land II. In this game, Wario staggers around uncontrollably after being hit by an enemy penguin's ball throws, which originally were pitchers of beer in the Japanese version. An intoxicated Wario went against Nintendo's censorship regulations, so the unsteady clumsiness seems more random in the Western port. The video covers a wide range of Wario topics, from the beginnings of the mini-game oriented WarioWare games, to the weird, misheard lyrics of Ashley's Theme in WarioWare: Touched! The video also touches upon Wario World on GameCube, including when Wario apologizes if you listen to his ear-splitting song for a long while.
If you're a fan of Wario, you should go have a look at our Wario World Replay.
You can check out other videos from the Did You Know Gaming channel covering Conker's Bad Fur Day, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Far Cry, Undertale, Star Wars, Nintendogs,Sonic Generations, Phoenix Wright, Kingdom Hearts, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Golden Sun,Splatoon, Chrono Trigger, Uncharted, Super Mario Maker, Silent Hill, Sonic Adventure 2, amiibo, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Persona, Dr. Mario, Dragon Age, Zelda: Majora's Mask, Tetris, Monster Hunter, Grand Theft Auto, Halo, more Halo, The Last of Us,Pokémon, more Pokémon, even more Pokémon, Pokémon Snap, Assassin's Creed, Mario, Jet Set Radio, Mega Man, Fire Emblem, Donkey Kong, Killer Instinct, Rayman, Mass Effect, Dragon Quest, Guitar Hero, Final Fantasy, Star Fox, Punch-Out, Metroid, Zelda, more Zelda,even more Zelda, Final Fight, Doom, Dragon Ball Z, multiple Super Smash Bros. videos, Team Fortress 2, Harvest Moon, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, the history of the Wii U, NES, Genesis,Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Nintendo 64, the DS, the PlayStation, PlayStation 3, and two covering the Game Boy by hitting the links.
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