First US review of Smooth Moves is in

In Nintendo’s latest Wii game, WarioWare: Smooth Moves, gamers use the remote (and nunchuk in later levels) to complete 200 zany micro games. Each of the game’s levels force players to complete a series of off the wall, three-second challenges. These include picking a 3D nose, scanning a banana through a supermarket check out, bouncing a tennis ball and giving two dogs high fives, all the while holding the remote in numerous positions. Fun comes from not only beating the game, but also watching people contort their bodies into whacky positions. Unfortunately, it only takes a few hours to unlock everything, but WarioWare packs plenty of replay value, thanks to its charming presentation, addictive micro games and hilarious multiplayer mode.