Para calcular a classificação geral de estrelas e a análise percentual por estrela, não usamos uma média simples. Em vez disso, nosso sistema considera coisas como se uma avaliação é recente e se o avaliador comprou o item na Amazon. Ele também analisa avaliações para verificar a confiabilidade.
Yoshis Crafted World is pretty much what you would expect from a modern Yoshi game. It's traditional 2D platforming that doesn't offer much in the way of challenge as it does with it cute visuals and appealing art style. Speaking of graphics, the game definitely looks quite blurry, not including the depth of field effects and pixel crawl you'll notice while playing. Woolie World on Wii U actually looks slightly cleaner by comparison( I checked) so prepare to be underwhelmed with the resolution. I believe the game runs at a dynamic 900p, and it occasionally dips below that. Handheld mode looks even worse, with sub-720p resolution(I think it's around 540p most of the time).Performance wise, the game feels solid, running at an almost consistent 60 frames per second the majority of the time. This is one of those games where I would recommend trying the demo out before purchasing. If you enjoyed the Crafted World demo and even Yoshis Woolie World on Wii U, there isn't much reason why this game would turn you off. The world map is set up slightly different than Woolie World in that, you collect flowers as your main ticket to entering new levels. Upon completion of each stage, you unlock the 'flip' side, which gives you the reverse perspective on the level while asking you to find 3 hidden poochies. The main draw of this game is found in its cardboard aesthetic, along with viewing the levels from different angles. The problem is that Crafted World doesn't take this mechanic far enough, and they really should have given the player manual control to manipulate these stages(Think...Super Paper Mario). Basically, the only time you will ever see multiple angles of a stage is when the developers specifically wanted you to, and that is quite a shame. Like with previous Yoshi games, this is downright easy to the point of being fairly bland, but from a pure collectathon standpoint, this one is still worth a look since it's enjoyable to search everywhere and find everything. Overall, this game definitely feels like one of those filler Nintendo games that act as as tide-me-over until something better comes around. If you like spending time collecting everything and you don't mind having to complete the game in order to get to the more difficult challenges, then this game is definitely worth picking up. If you weren't a fan of Woolie World(or the Crafted World demo), then I would say you probably should pass on this one since it doesn't really 'do' anything unique with its systems to make it feel like something revolutionary, or even different.
I'm sadly having a really hard time enjoying this game, a first for me from all the Yoshi games I've played before. The Wii U's Wooly World was instantly captivating, challenging, and immensely rewarding especially the the secret levels. With the "craft" collecting one-by-one going back into a level is probably the most frustrating so far. Or getting stuck under a mine cart and having to restart a level makes the game feel less than polished.
I loved Yoshi so much when he first appeared in Super Mario World in the early 90's. He was an adorable dinosaur with an insatiable appetite who was Mario's loyal pal. He was my favorite Nintendo character of all time. Then he got his own games and slowly evolved into something else over the years.
I don't know if i'm just a grouchy old man who hates unique ideas for saying this but I cannot stand when games look like arts and crafts. It takes me right out of it. And this game is only barely ranks behind the Little Big Planet games in this regard. They still kept the Mario characters like Yoshi, Shy Guy, and Baby Bowser relatively on model, but that just makes them stick out even more next to the arts and crafts world. There's no explanation for why Yoshi lives in an Arts and Crafts land either.
It's also insultingly easy. Not as easy as Yoshi Story, but you're not going to have any trouble clearing the levels in this game. I suppose the real challenge is completing all the small missions and finding collectibles, but I would much prefer a well made platformer, much like the original Yoshi's Island.
If you have a small child that loves Yoshi, perhaps they'll love this, but if you're a veteran Mario or Yoshi fan that's been playing since the SNES, this game is nothing special. Keep your money.
I purchased this as a birthday gift for my son. When he unwrapped it he was SO EXCITED about it. It was exactly what he wanted. We opened it up to play it and the game wasn't in the package. I'm not sure if it was factory sealed, but it looked pretty sealed to me. We were all disappointed. I immediately went on Amazon and requested a replacement. The site said that it would take 6 days to get a replacement. I requested a refund and went to my local Target and bought it.
As for the game. It's a really cute and fun game. It lacks difficulty, so even the youngest gamers can enjoy it.
I bought this game for my wife, and she loves the series, however, she found this installment repetitive and boring. I think she might finally realize that she might want more from a game. The game looks amazing, but it is nothing new and more of the same.
I've always loved Yoshi games but not even my children really got into this one.
The difficulty is almost non existent but it does have challenges in the game. It's not a bad game...just not that good of one either.
Two things I really hated...the music was awful...just awful I think their is like 6 tracks or something but they are all forgettable and the riding on your buddy mechanic. It sounds really great until you play and your constantly jumping on each other's backs which wouldn't be so bad but you can't throw eggs if your carrying a friend so it just caused fights between my kids...