Yoshi’s Island (3DS) Review


“… Otherwise, it’s a point-and-throw festival where (hopefully) infertile cholesterol bundles are slung toward Kamek’s chipper cronies in an attempt to reach a goal fitted with dancing flowers. Strict two-dimensional spaces maintain their childishness, if lacking the old determined lines, which are replaced by diminished pencil strokes and chalky pastels. Observable energy is lost, and Yoshi, now a clump of indistinct pre-rendered mush, is no longer an artistic darling. Art production combines with staging units to form a gut-punch of ambivalent style.”

Read my full review of Yoshi’s New Island at Blogcritics


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