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Yoshi Touch & Go

Yoshi Touch & Go (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Nintendo
AKA: Catch! Touch! Yoshi! (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/14/2005
EU
05/06/2005
JP
01/27/2005
AU
05/19/2005

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Reader Reviews

Yoshi Touch & Go review

Reviewed October 16, 2005

cheekylee says: "Admit it. When you bought your DS, you looked at the plastic stick thing, and wondered just how much use it was actually going to be, didn't you? Oh, sure, the rec room in Super Mario 64 DS was good fun, particularly the catapult Wario minigame. And maybe you even played Wario Ware : Touched too, but you probably thought that was about as far as touch-screen gaming was going to develop on this new console. A nice gimmick, a lovely extra, but ultimately not really an evolution in g..."
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Yoshi Touch & Go review

Reviewed August 03, 2006

goldenvortex says: "The Test begins…….NOW! "
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