Between the DS, 3DS and Wii U, Nintendo has delivered many touch screen gaming experiences throughout the years. While some are genuinely creative and/or mechanically deep, others have ended up feeling like little more than an experiment or a tech demo rather than a full-fledged game; Yoshi Touch & Go falls into that latter category. It's a game that, if it were to release today for the first time ever, probably shouldn't cost more than $10 on the eShop. Wouldn't you know, those are the exact circumstances that surround the Wii U Virtual Console release of this DS game. So the question is: should you spend your time and money tossing eggs with Yoshi when there are so many other options available?