Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
"Sûpâ Mario: Yosshî Airando" (original title)

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Many years ago, the stork delivering the Mario Brothers is kidnapped, along with baby Luigi. The kidnapping wizard looks to take baby Mario, but not if the Yoshis have anything to do with it.

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Many years ago, the stork delivering the Mario Brothers is kidnapped, along with baby Luigi. The kidnapping wizard looks to take baby Mario, but not if the Yoshis have anything to do with it.

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Yoshi Returns to Save Baby Mario in this Sequel to Super Mario World!


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4 October 1995 (USA)  »

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The music that plays at the final image of the babies after the credits is a slower version of the music from Super Mario Bros. after you finish a level. See more »

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Text Narration: Heroes are born!
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During the credits, we see the stork, with baby Mario and baby Luigi in the sack, flying to its true destination. And after the credits are over, the stork manages to get them home where their parents were amazed and shows the following text: "Heros are born! The End" See more »

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What an original se(pre?)quel! A must have.
29 August 2000 | by (Miami, Florida) – See all my reviews

This one surprised me. When I heard that the next Mario game would star Yoshi, I was a bit skeptical. Sure, I like that rascal, but hey, you can't upstage Mario (unless you're Luigi. How many other people out there prefer to be player 2?)! Well, once I played it, all my doubts went out the window. Original gameplay (flawless as always for the big N), beautiful and lively graphics, and shyguys a-plenty (my personal fave). Now, for anyone that says this game is too easy, I can assure you that they did not collect all the items in the game. Each stage has a letter rating, based on the amount of red coins, flowers, etc. you collect. The process of collection is never tedious, but always challenging, especially near the end. Sure, tearing through the game from start to finish might be a medium challenge, but doing it right is a challenge worthy of most gamers, one which will be a joy to complete.


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