Reviews and Problems with Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3
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A Very Well Done Port Of An Already Classic Game
10 January 2014
Summary: Yoshi's Island, originally released on the Super NES under the moniker of "Super Mario World 2," was one of the biggest hits of 1995. Unlike the open-ended gameplay of Super Mario World, which consisted of more than a hundred short levels that could be played in nearly any order, Yoshi's Island instead focused on fewer, but much longer, levels that were played in a linear order, which pieced together the storyline.
Summary: Yoshi's Island for the Gameboy Advance offers great game play and a fun experience.Originally released for the Super Nintendo, this game has been redone for the Gameboy Advance. This is a fantastic game for all ages.
Summary: Excellent game! Very fun and somewhat challenging, this game will keep you entertained for hours! Great soundtrack, and fun puzzles to solve. One of Nintendo's greatest games of all time! Worth buying!
Summary: A classic doesn't go out of style, and SWA3: Yoshi's Island doesn't disappoint. Much like the original version, this GBA remake featured smoother graphics, updated Yoshi soulnd effect from the Super Smash Bros. game, and the addtion of the original Mario Bros. arcade game to boot. If you loved in on the SNES or are playing it for the first time, this is a game worth the wait.
Summary: This is a SNES classic. They ported it over to the Game Boy Advance to perfection! It is the third Super Mario Advance series, and one of the best. The game is filled with bright colors, and fun sound fx. It is not a very expensive game, and so are all of the games in the Super Mario Advance series! Their is no reason not to buy this game.
Summary: This is the very first gameboy game along with it for my birthday. I really like how sometimes you can find cheats in the game and more challenges after you defeat bowser. And i also really like the music in the game!