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Discussion in 'Retro Consoles' started by Chicagoan, Apr 22, 2007.
Do you guys know if this game is going to be available??
Well, I'll tell you one thing: Yoshi's Story blows hardcore. There are better Yoshi games available.
I didn't think Yoshi's Island was that bad, but it's no where near the class of the original. It's an ok game with charming graphics, but still worth it IMO.
Are you referring to "Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island" for the SNES, or Yoshi's Story for the N64?
Silly mistake, I meant Yoshis Story.
yoshis story for n64 was really cute. i enjoyed that game. i also played it for the gameboy advance. it was kind of doofy and slow esp when you made yoshi "glide" across plateus (you know that annoying grunt that he makes and he runs as he glides lol)
anyways, i thought it was a decent game at most.
I liked it, thought it was fun as a quickie kinda game.
Yoshi's Story is an easy game, but hours of fun.
It was a nice game in my opinion.
The gameboy advance version you mentioned was actually the original (Which was actually called SMW 2: Yoshi's Island). It was ported from the SNES to the Gameboy advance.
You sound like you didn't play the original as much as Yoshi's Story for N64, but the original is way better, even if it seems slow and clunky at first, and Yoshi grunts while he flutter-jumps. Though Yoshi's Story did have a few cool features. I scored the secret Black and White Yoshis, they were awesome.
The best in the series is the new one for DS. One of my top 3 side-scrollers for sure.
Yoshis story was okay. I'm kinda pissed about it cause i let my friend borrow MK64 if i could borrow Yoshi and he never gave Mario Kart back.
Yoshi's story was a fantastic platforming gem but sadly it was too easy and underated
It deserved it's underratedness.
I never got to play it but I wouldn't mind checking it out. If it does come to VC maybe I'll give it a look.
i liked the game but ive got it on n64 so if its on VC i wont get it.
the music was pretty sweet. if it comes on VC i think it would be some time though
light blue yoshi was my favourite as im sure everyone would love to know
Yeah, the music was good. I liked that one reggae-sounding song. I've noticed Yoshi's Island DS has music more similar to Yoshi's Story than Yoshi's Island.
Another significant thing about Yoshi's Story is that it was the first game to give Yoshi a voice, and he's had the same voice on every game since. This includes the Yoshi's Island GBA port.
Am I the only one that really loved this game?
True, games that are usually set out to be '2D' don't offer that much of a chellenge. But it really made you think at times, as well as being adorable. My family enjoyed the game and we'd just always try and get the highest on the score board, my mum went mad searching for all those blasted watermelons.
It's really worth it, I know there's other games on the 64 I think I just totally wasted my money on; like Glover. But, anyway, I think it's hard to find, 64 games go on eBay for a lot. I don't know if that will increase Nintendo's need to put it on VC or not, depends how they work. I can't get ahold of Conker's Bad Fur Day. They best had get that to me in any way, shape or form.
I purchased right now a nintendo 64 for $35 bucks Also I placed a bid for the game... I want to get it as my girlfriend with love it. And I do not want to wait whenever for the VC
Sorry guys but SMW2:Yoshi's Island was horrible....I cannot see why so many people cherish that game(an actually consider it a Mario game?).After the greatness that is SMW I was highly dissapointed. Yoshi's Story was great,no Mario,I do love Mario but having to protect that little baby was really stupid and annoying(I would have just eaten him in the first place if I could). Yoshi's Story actually helped me through a really bad time in my life so I will always hold it in a high place in my heart,besides,it is genuinely a very fun game with great atmosphere and music. I hope it come to the VC,even though I already have it on my non-virtual N64.