Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island Review

Ah yes, Yoshi’s Island. The first game to star Yoshi!(besides Yoshi for the NES if you count that) This is a prequel to Super Mario World because it takes place way before Mario’s first game. In this game, the evil magikoopa Kamek, foresees the Mario Bros foiling the future king of the Koopa’s, Bowser many times. He attempts to capture them from the stork, but only catches Luigi. Baby Mario is found by a group of Yoshi’s, who decide to stop Kamek’s plans, and reunite the brothers.

Gameplay: 10/10
This game has amazing gameplay. Being able to eat, spit out, flutter jump, and throw eggs, is just part of the great gameplay.

Plot: 10/10
This game has a great story to it. How Mario and the Yoshi’s first met. Everything fits the game.

Sound: 10/10
This game’s sound is great throughout the game. From the level select music, to the final battle song, the music is something you’ll remember for a long time.

Graphics: 10/10
This game has revolutionary graphics. The background and just everything has a great look to it that makes you want to play it again.

Replayability: 10/10
Yoshi’s Island has an outstanding replayability! Being able to play beaten levels and bosses make it fun to beat it again.

Overall: 10/10 (Perfect!)
Yoshi’s Island is still one of my favorites. It will keep you entertained for years!
Review by supertoad

Yoshi’s Island is a departure from the standard Mario formula, which works, but it’s too bad Nintendo never went back to it.

The replay value of Yoshi’s Island is high. The level design is pure genius. Without the good levels, this game would have been terrible. The art is beautiful, and the music is wonderful. Yoshi’s Island music is actually worth listening to outside of the game.

I give Yoshi’s Island a 9.5/10 [nearly perfect].