Pros: A game for just 30p, pick up and playability
Cons: Repetitive gameplay, lack of replayability, luck element
Carrying on their 30th anniversary celebrations of the Famicom, Nintendo’s current Wii U eShop 30p offering is Mario & Yoshi – a NES game that’s reminiscent of the many tile-matching games that swamp the internet, tablets and smart phones. A Candy Crush Saga for the early 90′s if you will. But does Mario & Yoshi showcase the charm and addictive nature of it’s comparable successors that have enticed so many to while away their free time matching tiles? Or does it show it’s age?