YMMV / Psycho Waluigi

  • Crack Pairing: Hazel/Waluigi. Yes, it exists.
  • Crowning Moment of Funny:
    • Waluigi unsealing Psycho Iris and finding out that he was cursed into the form of an eggplant. His attempt to intimidate Waluigi doesn't really help his credibility, either.
    • The fact that one of the 'kingdoms' that Waluigi conquers is just a hardware store with 'Kingdom' in the title.
    • Olde Stronghold Kingdom may be That One Level, but beating it rewards you with Waluigi riding a tank shooting golden statues of himself.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome:
    • The soundtrack is comprised of remixes of songs from both Wario series, themes associated with Waluigi and even other Nintendo games, along with new songs made specifically for the game. Almost entirely done in Mp 3 format to boot!
    • The one song in the game that is rendered as a MIDI still manages to sound amazing. "The Final Conquest" the last stage, is a remix of a song from Mario Kart, redone to sound like a Banjo-Kazooie or Donkey Kong 64 type boss theme. Despite being a MIDI, it sounds amazingly authentic for what it's meant to invoke.
    • The boss music for that level is also pretty memorable, as it's a remix of "Destruction Dance" (Waluigi's boss theme) from Super Mario DDR.
    • The remix of Song of Storms from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time counts as well.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: General Hazel.
  • Goddamned Bats:
    • Frolruses, before the game was updated to make them less annoying.
    • Bob-ombs, which always explode on death with a surprisingly large blast radius.
  • Good Bad Bugs: Normally, when you psychically grab a treasure or a powerup, your only option is to throw them away, destroying them in the process. Except that a programming oversight allows you to collect them anyway by putting the item in front of you and then turning around, which makes the grabbed item "pass" through Waluigi and, if it was a collectible, collect it.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: A Mario game about traveling around the world in an air vehicle, where all the levels are named "_____ Kingdom", with a sidekick character who can possess enemies and use their powers, years before Super Mario Odyssey.
  • Scrappy Mechanic: The timer, to some.
  • That One Boss: The World 2 boss.