|Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (Super Nintendo, SNES) VGA 80+ Brand New|
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|Yoshi returns to save Baby Mario in this sequel to Super Mario World! The Evil Magikoopa, Kamek, is out to kidnap Baby Mario. You play as Yoshi with a mission to successfully carry Baby Mario back to his parents in the Mushroom Kingdom while avoiding all of Kamek's clever traps and evil minions. The levels have a unique, hand-sketched look that gives this game a style all its own. Yoshi's Island has six worlds, each with eight stages. There are six kinds of Bonus Challenge games to earn extra lives or items. This game features the Super FX2 chip which allows for incredibly smooth vertical, horizontal and diagonal scrolling, as well as multiple foregrounds, multiple backgrounds, scaling, rotation, zooming, tons of special effects, huge characters and even bigger bosses!|
|Game||Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Special Features||You play as Yoshi; Baby Mario has been kidnapped; take out Kamek and his posse; six worlds; 48 total levels|
Average review score based on 110 user reviews
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This is it! As the ultimate expression of the 16-bit platformer, Yoshi's Island proudly upholds the legacy of excellence that Nintendo first-party software is well-known for. Released in the SNES's twilight years, this game showcases every bit of technical prowess that Nintendo's R&D1 division could squeeze out of the system. Gorgeous 2-D graphics, presented as a colored-pencil-and-crayon storybook, truly stand the test of time. The gameplay is a true evolution of Mario's previous adventures and adds new features such as egg-throwing, mid-level mini-games and secret bonus levels that are only accessible to those who can complete every challenge the game throws at you! Of course, all the classic level-exploration and puzzle-platforming hooks are present too; and without a timer to worry about, you can take as long as you like finding every secret in each level. As for the story, it's remarkably well-realized for a game of this vintage, and doubly so for a platformer. Suffice it to say that long-time Mario fans will be very pleased by the end of the adventure!
Quality games like this only come along once in a hardware generation. Yoshi's Island definitely belongs in any serious Super Nintendo fan's library!
world best game review of year
one of the awesome game of the year fun to play if your inrested in this game i got say well u just can't get enough of this & take my word for it this game is awesome to play if your gamer & u don't what to play this is it i recommend on this game it so worth playing 10 out 10 perfect
plus beleave gamers i got the worlds greatest to the worst & take from me i just love even the world dumdest game could be awesome on my book to graphic well don't see the problem with but all i can is a job well done sound hmmmm i hear just it perfecly the music i think i love videogame music i just can't get enough of it & the gameplay well as u see its like i all ready knew how to play when i got it at the store ready if u don't beleave what i say then take look at the game 4 yourself if u don't like it then don't play it
In other just an awesome game of the year
I recently bought Yoshi's Island, because I had been told it was a good game to have for the SNES. Whoever told me that was wrong..... IT'S AN AMAZING GAME for the SNES. The gameplay is as easy to follow as any Mario game, with special attacks and abilities that makes this game unique. The level design is great. At first I thought it was going to be very easy, but, like most Nintendo games, It just gets harder and harder, while still being a fun challenge. The graphics are something to be appreciated. It seems that it's made to look like everything's some kind of art form, like paintings or hand drawings.
Overall I Think this is one of the best games I've played for this console, and would recommend it to anyone that's into classic platforming or Mario games.
This game is vastly underrated. Many think it is a simple childs game with no real challenge. But boy would they be wrong. This is a huge game with six worlds and 8 levels within them. Including two bonus levels, along with multiple mini-games. I won't give any spoilers but bottom line is that you should definently give it a try before judging it. Trust me, you won't regret it. :)
This is my second favorite Super Nintendo game. Everything about it is fantastic. From the gameplay down to the artwork on the box. It's different from other Super Mario games, you mostly play as Yoshi (or I should say, the Yoshis). You carry baby Mario (who you sometimes get to play as) on your back while shooting well-aimed eggs at enemies and targets. You get these eggs by eating enemies and laying them. Yoshi can also turn into things such as cars, submarines, and helicopters by touching certain bubbles. I absolutely love the fact that most everything appears to be draw by children, even the backgrounds. It's a nice touch given most characters are babies, including Bowser! At the end of each board, you get a score based on if you found "hidden" red coins, flowers, and cute little bouncing stars. If you receive a perfect 100% on every board on one level, an extra board (or 2) will become available. So even after you've beaten the game, you can go back and try for 100% on every board on each level to play bonus boards. Overall, a highly recommended game!