Yoshi’s Story


  • Review Date: July 11, 2021
  • Release Date: March 10, 1998
  • Platform: Nintendo 64
  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre: Linear Platformer

Anecdotes: I don’t know what happened to the Super Mario series. It got infected with the same virus that eventually hit the Final Fantasy series. Instead of continuing with the platformers that made the series popular to begin with, Nintendo started going all over the place with the series. Eventually, they got here to whatever this game is supposed to be. It’s a spinoff of a spinoff of a spinoff. Yoshi’s Story is a spinoff of Yoshi’s Island, which is a spinoff passed off as a sequel to Super Mario World, which itself is a spinoff of Super Mario Bros. So, what the heck happened here? It’s awful!

Description: Yoshi’s Story is a video game for the Nintendo 64. It’s a story that stars Yoshi. Players will use the controller to control Yoshi in an attempt to get the desired results.

Positives: Positives are when someone is tested for a disease and they find out they have it. They are also numbers greater than zero.

Negatives: Negatives are what occurs when a greater number is subtracted from a lesser number.


I got grapes as my “lucky fruits,” whatever that means.
This game looks like it was made for preschoolers, yet they decided to throw in a pachyderm pun like anyone playing would understand it.
What is going on here? I have no idea.
Come, huevos, to the goal.

My Progress: Lost in the first area

Final Opinion: FAIL.

Grade: F

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