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Yoshi’s Story – Yoshi

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Media: video game: “Yoshi’s Story″ by Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64, Wii Virtual Console

Yoshi, just like his appearances in other Nintendo games is known to have a big appetite and a long tongue to help him nab food. In the insanely cute Yoshi’s Story, the newborn Yoshis are trying to retrieve the stolen Happy Tree, but must keep joyful in order to do so. So what can they do to keep themselves happy? They eat. Well, fruit mostly, but other things as well. Unlike in predecessor, Yoshi’s Island, Yoshi here doesn’t have the option of holding things in his mouth and spitting them out. Everything seems to be swallowed immediately to be converted to an egg.

Whenever Yoshi eats something, a speech bubble with hearts will appear, depending on how happy it makes them. Each Yoshi seems to like foods and enemies (particularly Shy Guys) of their own colour and if you remain still after eating something particularly tasty, Yoshi will smile happily. Conversely, if he eats something he hates, he will grimace and gag.

Interestingly, if Yoshi eat’s a Heart Fruit he will reach a ‘super happy’ mode which makes his already ridiculously tongue even longer.

If you search any video on Youtube you can see movies of Yoshi eating enemies, but just to save you to trouble of a few clicks, here’s a video showing it at 3:51, as well as the cute style of the game.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 March 28 at 00:00

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