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Three great scores

I have to say, I didn't expect Yoshi's Crafted World to get such a high score from EDGE. They're notoriously rough with their scores. That said, I definitely think Yoshi deserves the praise!

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Full details from Famitsu's Yoshi's Crafted World review

The nitty gritty on Famitsu's review

Sure, we might have gotten the Famitsu review score for Yoshi's Crafted World days ago, but I'm sure some are wondering how the reviewers came to their conclusion. For those who were, we now have the full review breakdown!

1st reviewer (9): The world where everything is made by crafting and the numerous gimmicks awaiting there are so fun that I lost sight of the time to stop. You can also throw eggs to front and back to find hidden objects, or to play reverse course in stages you’ve cleared before, so it has quite the depth. In co-op play there are things like the Flappy Yoshi for beginners and role distributions such as throwing eggs and moving while carrying on the back, so there are no omissions for light/casual users to follow up.

2nd reviewer (10): The Craft World which looks like done by crafting is very appealing, and the Yoshis are also cute. While the basics look like a side-scroller action, by throwing eggs to front and back you can double the fun factor of exploring courses. Finding “things to search for”, backtracking a stage by looking from the reverse side, missions to find Poochy-Pups and more make a single course can be enjoyed multiple times from different perspectives; I’m impressed with this structure. 10

3rd reviewer (9): The complicated stages which look like a crafting programme are appealing. While they’re heartwarming, the composition lets you properly taste the response in solving elaborate gimmicks, so the impression is that this has been powered up much more from the previous Yoshi’s Woolly World. Playing reverse stages, which are complete reverses of previously cleared stages, are also precisely constructed well. It’s also full of replayability features such as finding items and Poochy-Pups, collecting Yoshi’s costumes, and more. 9

4th reviewer (9): The impression is that it’s a legitimate evolution to Woolly World. While being fixated with the catchy graphics, it has also evolved as an action game. The stages have become three-dimensional, and you can throw eggs to front and back. Other than that you can also enjoy a backtrack mode where the whole stage gets reversed. That and many others have greatly elevated the “appeal of map explorations” unique to this series. I have one phrase ‘just as expected’ for the game elements that can be enjoyed by a wide range of people from beginners to experts.

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GoNintendo Review - Yoshi's Crafted World

Catch you on the Flip Side

This review of Yoshi's Crafted World was written by NintenDaan

Yoshi platformers can be a complicated matter, can't they? For all the things that are great about them, they sometimes come with a few caveats. The big game-changer in the series was Yoshi's Woolly World, a crafty adventure that tugged on my heartstrings from beginning to end. I consider that game to be one of the finest platformers around, chock-full of levels that feel unique. Fast-forward to Yoshi's Crafted World, which aims to capitalize on the previous title's success. While it certainly delivers on being unique, not all aspects measure up. The game makes some missteps, but still offers engaging concepts that you rarely see coming.

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