nothing like the first yoshi's island, but a quality attempt
B. E Jackson, Amazon
23 April 2014
Summary: First let's mention the not so pleasant news- Yoshi's Island DS is unfortunately nowhere near as good as the original Super NES Yoshi's Island. THAT game is now considered a legendary game in Nintendo's long and rich history of gaming spanning over 30 years (and rightfully so). The good news? What made the original Yoshi's Island so memorable is *almost* up to par in this DS version.
Summary: It was a good sequal to the first yoshis island and the levels just as good but in the end i had trouble reaching the last boss. With each characters rooms geting to the last area was either too much obsticle or you needed to be really fast in hand eye cordination. Over all it is a great game.
Summary: This game is great, but the condition it arrived in was not good. It cannot be read most of the time, and if you shake it, the circuit board sounds loose. Other than that, the company that sold it was really nice; we had a fast response to our problem with the game. I would definitely buy from this company again. The other games we purchased from them all work great.
Summary: Let me just say one thing: this game is HARD. Not at the beginning, but on the later levels I'm screaming at my DS. The sound of Baby Mario crying is forever embedded in my ears. However, even though it is hard, it is also fun. The 5 different babies (Mario, Peach, DK, Wario, and Bowser, who can talk for some reason) have unique abilities that keep the game fresh. I find my self playing some of the levels over and over.
Summary: Let me first say that I wouldn't recommend this game for small children or people with anger issues as it can get to be quite hard and frustrating. I'm a person who likes a challenge, so this is a really fun game for me (although I do anger easily and have found myself literally yelling at my DS Lite...). The story behind the game is that Baby Mario, Baby Peach, Baby DK, and Baby Wario have been kidnapped and it is all the Yoshi's jobs to get them back.