Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World
While the titular Poochy is mostly an ancillary piece of the game through a series of mini-games and shorts, they pair well enough with the other new additions to make one think about double dipping with Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World.
This 3DS port adds plenty of new content and features while ridding itself of the Wii U edition's biggest headache: cooperative multiplayer
Nintendo's port of Yoshi's Woolly World for the Nintendo 3DS delivers a cutesy platformer made portable, successfully bringing the dinosaur's adorable pet pooch into the fold.
Poochy and Yoshi’s Wooly World remains a solid platformer and a little added content will make newcomers who experience the game for the first time happy. However, the same problems are prevalent in this port, and while it’s a great experience, does lose some of its luster next to its console counterpart.
Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World won't make a huge impact on the gaming year of 2017, but is a solid, well-crafted 3DS-remake with great accessibility and variety amongst its colorful levels.
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Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World is good portable adaptation of home platform game with adventure elements, which is primarily captivating by cute knit art design. Beautiful graphics, low difficulty, lots of secrets and a special section with small cartoons will delight the youngest audience. Older players will probably prefer something more complicated and dynamic.
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If you're looking for a challenging Nintendo platformer or you got your fill from the Wii U version, you're better off looking elsewhere. This is a solid game that runs well on the 3DS, but its extras don't really warrant a double dip or a purchase from a player looking for difficulty.
Poochy and Yoshi's Woolly World is a nice port of the Wii U version, though anyone with the Wii U version might not find enough to warrant picking up this one. The difficulty is easy for veteran gamers but could be challenging for younger players. That doesn't, however, stop it from being a fun and casual game that will remind you of Yoshi's more classic outings.
Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World retains much of the traditional “Yoshi” style gameplay you’ve likely played in past Yoshi games such as 2014’s Yoshi’s New Island.
A 3DS port of a charming platformer, made of a love for details. A must-buy for the handheld, too.
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