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Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (2002)

This is a remake of the 1995 SNES game, "Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island."

Director:

Hiroyuki Kimura

Writer:

Shigeru Miyamoto (characters)
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Cast

Uncredited cast:
Charles Martinet ... Baby Mario (voice) (uncredited)
Kazumi Totaka Kazumi Totaka ... Yoshi / Shy Guy (voice) (uncredited)

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This is a remake of the 1995 SNES game, "Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island."

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Quotes

Kamek: So, you're still on the baby's side, Yoshi-baby? Then get a load of this!
[Kamek flies on her broom and casts the magic spell over Burt the Bashful and he grows into a giant boss]
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A great way to play the classic on the go
12 May 2019 | by OlicosmicSee all my reviews

After the masterpiece that is "Yoshi's Island" came out, it was inevitable that playing it portably in the future would be possible. This game does a pretty great job in bringing that game on the go, while also sacrificing a few things, thanks to it being on such a small handheld. Most of everything from the SNES classic is here and accounted for, with the same story, music, visuals, and gameplay, with the music and visuals both being tinkered with a little bit. The visuals are mostly the same, but Yoshi's sprite is somewhat different, as well as some of the coins. The music follows a similar path, as it's all mostly the same, but there are some differences in the instrumentation. Neither of these really ruin the presentation, but they're not quite as good as the original, in my opinion. The performance and screen crunch, though, is where this game starts to falter a bit. This is not to say this game doesn't run well, as it really does, but I've noticed that the game can slow down when there is too much going on at once, which is something that never happened in the original, and for the original to already be a medium-slow paced game, having these slowdowns can be a bit annoying. The screen crunch, here, also makes it harder to get through each level. To be fair, the screen crunch isn't that bad, but it's still noticable and intrusive enough to make some levels that would normally be fine somewhat harder thanks to some of the hazards being off screen, which is another thing that was never an issue of the original. With that said, this is easily the inferior version of this game, but that's not at all to say that it's not great, as this game is still an excellent time, despite the sacrifices made, which makes this an easy recommendation for those who want the SNES classic on the go, as it's still mostly the same amazing game that graced the SNES in 1995. Still, though. If I were to recommend anyone to play Yoshi's Island, it would definitely be the SNES version, but this is still a great way to play it on the go, despite it's problems.


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Country:

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Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

23 September 2002 (USA) See more »

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