Yoshi's Story User Reviews
Improved egg throwing controls thanks to the control stick. Some interesting ideas thrown into the mix. For what they are, the levels are laid out pretty well. Bright and colorful pop-up book style graphics that works with the overly simplistic gameplay. Good if you need an overly easy pick me up and this is the first game you pick over, say, a Kirby game.The bad:
Too short and too easy. Hardly any of the levels really utilize any of Yoshi’s abilities. The high score system counts for about *bleep* all since you don’t really get anything besides personal satisfaction (I guess) and because finding specific fruits gets more tedious than fun, it’s not worth it. The levels, despite the quality of design, are quite dull to go through. The soundtrack mostly consists of multiple variations of one decent song.Summary: Released in 1998 by Nintendo, Yoshi’s Story is the follow up to Yoshi’s Island. Off the cusps of Super Mario 64’s success, Nintendo decided to change things up to differentiate it further from the Mario games while making it like a much easier version of Yoshi’s Island. A lot of this is due to how Nintendo marketed the Nintendo 64 for a younger audience than they had marketed the Super Nintendo. Unfortunately, this kind of worked against them here. Yoshi’s Story is so sugary sweet that it could give you diabetes – between its bright and colorful storybook art style, the Yoshis acting as cu...
--Adheres to the old Yoshi's Isle game play.
--Theres always something more to get so you can play it forever.
Awesome music and FX.
Great 'Story' Line.
Cool game play and varied levels.
Creative, I mean who would of thought of a Yoshi engorging itself on all that fruit?
I will admit that its rather annoying as far as hip drops go and how you cant do nothin.
Its not perfect, and can get repetitive if you get bored easy.
It isn't a multiplayer.
To win, eat 30 fruit and don't get killed doing it.
Advanced players go for melons and that is what provides challenge for even the best of the best.
This game has an opening video that says it all, but generally speaking its nuts in a good way, great music effects, and its as far as a story goes well thats what it is lol. But seriously, I had a really good experience with this game, and its very easy and very hard at the same time. Easy if you play it to kill Bowser as your final goal, hard to collect everything, I mean hard, not just to find, but to accomplish and collect.
Secondly it takes ...
- Replay value
- Creative Levels
- Level Choices and Variety
- Great game, especially for Beginners
- Can obtain a Shy Guy to retrieve one chosen Yoshi back
- Limited Attacks
- Fairly Easy
- You only have one chance for each Yoshi until they are taken away
Yoshi’s Story is a game, which is about 7 little baby Yoshi’s trying to beat Baby Bowser and get the ‘Happy tree’ back. In this game, you must first collect a certain amount of fruits in each level. In some levels, you must beat a boss after collecting the fruits. You have three level choices for each world - you choose one of the three to complete. After you complete all the levels and then get to beat Baby Bowser, you get the Happy Tree back you can see how happy the little Yoshi’s really are! There is still a lot to do in the game even after you beat it, because then you can try to get ...
very good music, fun gaming, charactors,map, playing, and enemys everything about this game is goodThe bad:
its too easy ( but you will have fun replaying it)Summary:
this game is really good i reccomend plaing this everyone should and its rated E so moms dont have to worry. i liked this game because its storyline and Yoshi, i mean who doesnt love yoshi (bowser). i liked this game and yoshi so much my dogs named yoshi. this game has the addicting music that blends perfectly with the game and it makes you want to just make a cd to it. the gaming is good, the charactors are cool and the levels are fun, the villans are funny, the music is really good, and the ending is very happy. this is a game that is good for all ages and is fun you'll have a good time p...
fun; you'll want to play it again.The bad:
Way too easy.Summary:
Graphics: For a 2D game on the N64, the graphics are great, colourful with good animation and smoothness is incredible. You won't find your jaw hanging on the flaw though but it manages to kind of look 3D, while at the same time, being 3D.
Sound: Totally addictive! After hours of play you will find yourself humming the opening tune over and over until you go mad. This is the games best department.
Great. This is good coming from an adventure game but there are a few things to be desired. The controls are a bit fidley andthere isn't much point to the hidden Yoshis being hidden...
Considering this is a 2D Platformer I think it is quite a good game. Great characters and music as well.The bad:
A bit sissie and soppy. Could've been better if it was 3D and had a more wide range of charactersSummary:
A Quite good game with lots of good levels and bosses. Could have been a lot more teenage like for me but good all the same. If you could've been able to choose other characters that would be great and a lot more cheats would have made it more fun to play. I like the ide for a tounge as a weapon. Overall a very good game but not really Mario 64