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- Discover a new island chock full of clever platforming challenges.
- Crush your surroundings to find new paths and secrets with the Mega Eggdozer.
- Guide Yoshi and a young Mario through all-new stages, from slippery slopes to watery wonderlands.
- Immerse yourself in a delightful, Yoshi-ridden world.
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Yoshi's New Island
Yoshi is back and he’s bustin’ out the big eggs. Crush your surroundings and create paths with his new Mega Eggdozers in a brand-new platforming adventure! It’ll take more than egg tosses and flutter jumps to lead fledgling Mario through a dangerous new island littered with inventive power-ups. Can you save poor Luigi?
Guide Yoshi and a young Mario through all-new stages, from slippery slopes to watery wonderlands. As Yoshi fans know, it’s all about the collectibles and they’re more enticing than ever to find. You’ll need the new Mega Eggdozers to beat puzzling platforming moments and locate every collectible and surprise. They’re hiding—are you seeking?
- Discover a new island chock full of clever platforming challenges
- Crush your surroundings to find new paths and secrets with the Mega Egg
- Immerse yourself in a delightful, Yoshi-ridden world
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It's alright, but because of the reasons mentioned above, was nothing more than that, sadly.
I played the original Yoshi's Island for SNES when I was a kid. This new one is a really good follow-up to that. It stays consistent in the design, but it also introduces a lot of newer, interesting gameplay dynamics to keep you entertained. Only reason I don't give it 5 stars is because I'm not really a huge fan of the tilt-the-DS-to-play parts that make use of the 3DS gyroscope... that just kind of annoys me when I'm playing the game laying down because I have to sit up to use that.
In the original Yoshi's Island game, you had to get the 30 stars, 20 red coins, and 5 flowers all in one run to get a perfect score on the level. If you were the kind of perfectionist going for that, it was kind of frustrating and time-consuming. With this new game, it keeps track of which you've already achieved so you can just replay a level and get each thing separately if you want (30 stars in one run, 20 red coins in a second).
The game may be a bit too forgiving though. If you are struggling with a level (have died maybe 3 times in a row), it'll give you a pair of wings that let you float as you wish and make you immune to enemies. It felt like playing with a Game Genie or something.