What you need to know
- Wario and Brain Age games have been staple Nintendo franchises.
- Recently Nintendo has been including questions in surveys about fans' feelings about those two franchises.
- Fans are speculating that a new Wario or Brain Age game will be unveiled at E3.
Nintendo often sends surveys to players to gather their thoughts about Nintendo Switch. Recently, users have noticed that some questions about Wario and Brain Age games were finding their way into these surveys.
The questions were structured as follows:
At the price of $49.99, how interested are you in buying the next game in the WarioWare series?
WarioWare is a game series starring Wario that features a collection of fast-paced 'microgames', each lasting about 3-5 seconds.
- Definitely would buy
- Probably would buy
- Might or might not buy
- Probably would not buy
- Definitely would not buy
Other users received similar questions at different price points that asked about other series like the Brain Age series, an educational series that claims to "train" people's brain through exercises. While these games were popular on the Nintendo DS and Wii systems, they have yet to make their way to the Nintendo Switch in a similar manner. One Brain Age game, Brain Training, made its way to the Nintendo Switch, but didn't exactly set the world on fire. Fans of the Wario Land and WarioWare series have been excited, however, citing the Wii U WarioWare game as one of the best games ever.
Were you asked about any long-forgotten Nintendo franchises? Let us know in the comments!
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