Yoshi's Story Review
|# of Players||1|
|# of Levels||6 worlds with 4 stages in each|
|Controllable Characters||8 different-colored Yoshis|
|Story||Way back before Mario was born, the Yoshis lived a peaceful life on their island. But Baby Bowser disturbed the peace by stealing the Super Happy Tree, and hypnotized all the inhabitants. Little did he know that there were 6 eggs hatched with baby Yoshis. The baby Yoshis realized this, and decided to take action by becoming as happy as they could and defeat Bowser and take back the tree.|
|Graphics||10||Even though the game is 3-D in a 2-D world, the backgrounds are done very cleverly with storybook settings and creative scenery.|
|Sound||7||The music, sound effects, and voice are not that bad, with one exception. The baby Yoshis singing could give you a headache!|
|Challenge||2||It is easy to tell once you've beat the game once that this game was intended for young gamers not only because of its almost-frivolous storyline, but also for the lack of difficulty as well. The small number of levels makes it go by fast, and the obstacles are heartbreakingly easy to get by.|
|Replay Value||2||Considering the fact that this game is lacking in in the challenging department, it could be hard to find entertainment value if you're picking this game up for a second or third try. The only reason why you'd want to replay this game is to go to a different stage in each world for a slightly different storyline.|
These pics were taken from the game.
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