Excerpt: Yoshi Touch & Go took me by complete and total surprise. I had heard from Nintendo that this game was merely a technical demo displaying the many possibilities with the Nintendo DS. I had also heard it was innovative and revolutionary. So, I started playing it.
Excerpt: Features 1-2 Player Wireless Multiplayer Touch Screen Compatible Cartridge Save Introduction Many people who have bought the Nintendo DS have been waiting for more games to take advantage of the innovative hardware.
Conclusion: Yoshi Touch & Go works very well even though it might not please all gamers. Yoshi Touch & Go was the first Nintendo DS game released that actually shows the potential of the system and it's disappointing that it wasn't a launch title.
Excerpt: When it comes to innovative uses for the DS’ main unique selling point – the touch screen – few companies have managed to do anything other than crowbar in a rudimentary alternative method of control.
Excerpt: I bought this game hoping for an improved clone of Yoshi's Island with some new touch screen capabalities. I was extremely disappointed and as I leafed through the instruction manual to discover the terrible mode titles, "Time attack mode", "Marathon mode", "Challenge mode" and the dreaded "Score...
Excerpt: is a noble endeavor. It really does throw tradition to the wind and pushes forward with innovative game design. It does this with its unique (at the time) controls and its approach at level design. These end with mixed results, but in the end,
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: It's worth the money. What else needs to be said? I mean, you read the review right. Didn't you? What, you only looked at the shiny numbers? Begone infidel, I desire your presence no longer!
Excerpt: Originally known as
“Balloon Trip,” this game was announced at the same time the DS was
back at e3. Little was known about the title until the first few
screens were released, but even then I wasn’t exactly sure what to