Yoshi's Story (USA) (En,Ja) ROM
Nintendo 64 / N64 ROMsGenre: ActionAdventurePlatformerRating: ESRB: E, PEGI: 3+, CERO: A, OFLC: G
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This game is just absolutely too cute to pass up, and wonderful for kids too!
The gameplay is really simple. You choose from several different colored yoshis and have 6 pages of courses to complete, but you only have to do one course on each page. The story is adorable as well. The Yoshi's are trying to find the super happy tree that had been taken by baby bowser, and during their quest they must eat as many fruits as they can found along to way to maintain happiness. So the object is to go through each course and eat about 30 fruits before you are able to move onto the next course.
It's a really fun, yet simple game without much need to have to strategize to continue. This is especially a wonderful game for children, but I think some teens and adults may get a thrill out of it too!
Passing up Yoshi's Story because it's too childish is even worse than passing Kirby's Epic Yarn. While it's gameplay may not be as good as Yoshi's island on the Snes and GBA, this game is still fun. It includes Yoshi's unique abilities such as stretching his tounge, ground pounds, flutter jumps, and egg making and throwing. Basically the story is of the Yoshis on the island find their Happy tree missing and suspect Baby Bowser of taking it so they go on an adventure. Not the best story, but it's just Yoshi, so I'm not complaining. You are going to see a lot of playing time as there are 8 worlds with 4 levels on each and not to mention trying to get a perfect score. Overall, the style may be a throw off, but the game still has great game content.
Simple, unadulterated platforming goodness the likes of which only Nintendo seems to produce.
I didn't really enjoy the time I spent playing Yoshi's Story. The controls felt sloppy to me and the sound effects almost drove me crazy. There is a bit of charm to it, but I just wasn't feeling this game.
This game is simply cute and charming, and brings me right back to my childhood. As an 18 year old this is basically a time consumer and a simple way to make time pass without having to really consentrate. I enjoy playing it because it reminds me about the happy N64-times. I would never play this game for any other reasons though, because it can be really annoying. Hah!
The game itself has a cute outline and is a simple kids game. Don't expect too much from it! :)
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