Summary: A fantastic game for your DS, with a very simple gameplay, you can have hours and hours of fun also in two, with the versus battle. The japanese language is not important, all the menus are translated on gamefaqs.com.
Summary: such a simple game that cna only be achieved on the DS,the simples controls and arcade style make it simple and highyl addictive and a 2 player mode thrown in aint to bad,it even alerts peopel in pictochat that u wanna play and u ahve yoshi touch and go, such there wont more 2 player options.
Summary: Fun, fast and solid. Yoshi T&C is probably the most addicting game on the DS 'till now, that shows up quite well the Nintendo DS capabilities. Really nice for every handheld player, with a touch of Nintendo's genious.
Summary: No story but very intuitive gameplay! This kind of game will never be seen on another console and this uniqueness makes it stand apart from games on other handheld consoles, and indeed anything currently available on the DS.
Summary: hi! even if there is no story line at all, the different challenges are pretty hard to complete, although very easy to handle...2D graphics are nice, but won't explode your DS chips. Anyway, thanks to this game features (stylus and microphone), yoshi TnG is obviously a must-have as well as mario 64 DS.
Summary: Well, this is by far one of the shortest games I have ever played. The game revolves around the same 2 levels that you play over and over again with varying difficulty and length. Gameplay is refreshing and unique, but this game got old after only 10 minutes. Take some advice and wait for Touch! Kirby's Magical Paintbrush.
Summary: Classic Yoshi's Island graphics and a fun gameplay gimmick that you can only get on the DS make this a pretty solid game. However, don't go into it looking for alot of variety; you get a marathon, score attack, time attack, and challenge mode, but no selectable levels...instead, they're randomly created each time you play. The main audience for this game would be the kind of people who like to continually beat their own scores.