Saturday 29 March 2014

Yoshi's New Island - Game Review

We are huge Mario fans, we love nothing more then a really good platform game, So we were delighted to try Yoshi's New Island Game suitable for Ninetndo 3DS AND 2DS. Yoshi New Island is the first installment in this series since Yoshi’s Island DS which was released in 2006.

The story behind the game is the stork in making baby delivers, But when it comes to Mario and Luigi the stork makes a mistake and took the brothers to the wrong parents, before the stork can rectify this mistake Kamek makes off with baby Luigi and heads back to Baby Browsers Castle, whilst Baby Mario has a crash landing, that's when Yoshi steps in and takes you on a magical journey to reunite the Mario'll explore Egg Island whilst protecting baby Mario.But Yoshi will need to face the bad guys along the way and solve the puzzles and mystery's that lie ahead.

We couldn't wait to get started, we loved the amazing graphics and colours, as we played the game we loved Yoshi’s Flutter Jump, which made jumping up and over fun. As we whizzed along facing the various bad guys, to our delight we could pick up the eggs and aim them at the bad guys.You can also use the massive eggs called Mega Eggs to destroy blocks and pipes which reveals secrets coins and hidden keys. 
As you go through the game the  more things you destroy, the higher the Mega Egg gauge goes, giving you extra lives along the way. so much endless fun and very addictive, As we challenged ourselves so complete each level, giving us a
great satisfaction.
My son has so far passed my level in his profile, he is super good.We love Yoshi's New Island. Its a game which you enjoy playing each time and never get bored, as you never know what adventure awaits, with awesome graphics and sounds its a game we are hooked on in our home.

Yoshi's New Island is a fun game and costs around £35.00 and is available from Nintendo Online and all good stores

Sharing our thoughts on the Yoshi's New Island as part of the Nintendo Family Blogger Network.
All thoughts are honest and that of our own.