Yoshi's Island DS Review | NLife

The challenge of having to follow up such a hot act as Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island is staying true to the original while simultaneously feeling fresh and exciting. The original Yoshi's Island was a pioneer in its design; that design can be straight-up copied again, sure, but the sense of surprise that the first possessed cannot be copied along with it. This kind of "imposter syndrome" is the dilemma that developer Artoon seemed to face when making Yoshi's Island DS, and playing it on the Wii U Virtual Console adds another degree of separation to struggle against.

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