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Yoshis Island Super Mario Advance 3





Yoshis Island Super Mario Advance 3 



Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3 may be the most difficult Mario game I have ever played. Nintendo did not go easy on gamers with this title. Especially if you want to perfect every single level. Players are graded on three things - stars, coins, and flowers. There are so many in each level, and you have to collect them all. Hmmm where have we heard that before? Anyways the graphical style looks like something a child would draw. But Nintendo did some interesting things with this hand held title. First off there are quite a few angles.

Diamond like rocks sticking out of the ground at an odd angle kept the levels fresh looking. The Yoshis have their work cut out for them in Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3. They are carrying a baby Mario to get to the end of the game where we have a baby Mario. If you take a hit, then you lose Baby Mario. Players then have ten seconds to get him back, or they lose the level. Players can also fall in lava or crevices to lose as well. So there are multiple ways to bite it.

More than ten seconds can be earned later in levels too. The levels in Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3 are long for a hand held title. There can be multiple continuation points in some levels. There are eight levels in each of the six worlds. Expect to spend a few weeks trying to beat Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3. It all depends on how many hours you can put into this GBA/3DS title. Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3 is one game I am very thankful Nintendo gave to me free for being a Nintendo 3DS ambassador.

The biggest lesson in Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3 is to take care of our young. There is also a lesson in this game about keeping siblings together, and not separating them. The difficulty of Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3 will frustrate some gamers. Others will embrace the challenge. I found various ways to earn additional lives so it was easier getting through tougher levels. I appreciate the innocence of the art style in Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3. I hope that Nintendo revives this franchise in the future. It was a pleasure for me to play and review Yoshi’s Island Super Mario Advance 3. There is cartoon violence in this game.
- Paul


Graphics: 88%
Sound: 89%
Replay/Extras: 100%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 85%

System: Gameboy Advance/Nintendo 3DS{tested}
Publisher:  Nintendo

Rating:    ‘E’ - Everyone

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