Yoshi's Crafted World TV Spots airing in Japan come with a sick beat.

Dec 15, 2018
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#9
They're really convincing me to get this game. Wooly World was a lot of fun co-op with my friend and I trying to 100% it.
 
May 31, 2018
4,143
#21
Nah but seriously I'm loving the creativity shown in trailers like this. I might actually get the game, if only to have as a calm 'palate cleanser' sort of thing.
 
Dec 28, 2017
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#26
Best thread ever :)

I was sold on this game for switch, once I saw its co-op I'm for sure buying this. GF and I will play this to completion.
Such a long month.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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St. Louis, MO
#28
But where is everyone taking their opinions from?

Like is there a youtube link to some songs or something?
I don't think there are songs on YouTube yet, but this comes from lots of gameplay impressions from previews and videos from listening to the music in gameplay videos. Personally, I don't mind the compositions whatsoever--it's the instrumentation that I don't particularly care for.

I shouldn't say "lower your expectations", as music is obviously subjective, but as someone who loved Yoshi's Woolly World, what I've heard so far in Crafted World is a let down.
 
Oct 26, 2017
6,182
#30
This game appeals to Yoshi's Story fans more than it appeals to Yoshi's Island / Wooly World fans.

Explorative slower pased game that makes you feel good. (Though Yoshi's Story can get pretty damn hard if you go to Stages 3 and 4).

Yoshi's Story gets a lot of hate from Island fans but to me I love it way more and I'm sure I'll like this game.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#35
Very spoilery trailer in terms of level variety, but goddamn doesn't it make me much more excited for it. The beat is actually pretty good too.
 

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Oct 25, 2017
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#40
The Wooly World soundtrack was AWESOME so I have great expectations
Tomoya Tomita left Good-Feel after Woolly World and isn't composing for this game.

This game appeals to Yoshi's Story fans more than it appeals to Yoshi's Island / Wooly World fans.

Explorative slower pased game that makes you feel good. (Though Yoshi's Story can get pretty damn hard if you go to Stages 3 and 4).

Yoshi's Story gets a lot of hate from Island fans but to me I love it way more and I'm sure I'll like this game.
Yoshi's Story is dope and I'm so happy this game marries it with Wario Land Shake It "backwards stages" concept to spice things up in the Yoshi universe after a stellar return to form with Woolly World.