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WarioWare: Twisted!Released on October 14, 2004 in Japan, May 23, 2005 in North America, and May 19, 2005 in Australia.The gyro sensor uses a piezoelectric gyroscope developed by NEC to detect angular movement.Developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo, and one of four gyroscopic titles including:Koro Koro Puzzle Happy Panechu!Kirby Tilt ‘n’ TumbleYoshi’s Universal Gravitation
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WarioWare: Twisted!Released on October 14, 2004 in Japan, May 23, 2005 in North America, and May 19, 2005 in Australia.The gyro sensor uses a piezoelectric gyroscope developed by NEC to detect angular movement.Developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo, and one of four gyroscopic titles including:Koro Koro Puzzle Happy Panechu!Kirby Tilt ‘n’ TumbleYoshi’s Universal Gravitation
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WarioWare: Twisted!Released on October 14, 2004 in Japan, May 23, 2005 in North America, and May 19, 2005 in Australia.The gyro sensor uses a piezoelectric gyroscope developed by NEC to detect angular movement.Developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo, and one of four gyroscopic titles including:Koro Koro Puzzle Happy Panechu!Kirby Tilt ‘n’ TumbleYoshi’s Universal Gravitation
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WarioWare: Twisted!Released on October 14, 2004 in Japan, May 23, 2005 in North America, and May 19, 2005 in Australia.The gyro sensor uses a piezoelectric gyroscope developed by NEC to detect angular movement.Developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo, and one of four gyroscopic titles including:Koro Koro Puzzle Happy Panechu!Kirby Tilt ‘n’ TumbleYoshi’s Universal Gravitation
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WarioWare: Twisted!Released on October 14, 2004 in Japan, May 23, 2005 in North America, and May 19, 2005 in Australia.The gyro sensor uses a piezoelectric gyroscope developed by NEC to detect angular movement.Developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo, and one of four gyroscopic titles including:Koro Koro Puzzle Happy Panechu!Kirby Tilt ‘n’ TumbleYoshi’s Universal Gravitation
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WarioWare: Twisted!
Released on October 14, 2004 in Japan, May 23, 2005 in North America, and May 19, 2005 in Australia.
The gyro sensor uses a piezoelectric gyroscope developed by NEC to detect angular movement.
Developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo, and one of four gyroscopic titles including:

Koro Koro Puzzle Happy Panechu!
Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble
Yoshi’s Universal Gravitation

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Saga continues to be amazing. So amazing, in fact, that I decided to give BKV’s previous series, Y: The Last Man, a shot. Super not disappointed! There’s ten trades all together so it’ll take me a bit to read them all, but I’m thrilled to be involved with another story with such a magnificent writer.

Trees is starting slow for me… I’m still reminded of a Michael Crichton novel so I’m expecting a major KABOOM of events to happen any issue now.

I was told to read Velvet because I liked Zero. Very glad I listened because now, despite both being lovely comics, I find more enjoyment in the bad assery of V than Z. The art is a little out of my norm, most likely due to the more realistic nature of it, but I think that’s why I like it.

Next week… Oh man, so much awesome happening I think my head may explode.

Happy week, my friends! Muah!

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