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Yoshi’s Woolly World

One neat feature in Yoshi’s Woolly World is the ability to tap amiibo in the game to change Yoshi’s yarn pattern. The Splatoon Twitter account recently showed off that this also works for inkling amiibo and provided a look at the squid-inspired pattern. Does it hold up against the original design or would you rather rock the tried and true green?

Update: here’s another shot from in-game

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Nintendo put up a new video on its Japanese YouTube channel today to promote Yoshi’s Woolly World. Masaru Hamaguchi, the other half of Arino Kacho’s comedy duo “Yoiko”, played the game in “Game Center DX”. Check it out below.

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As is the case in Europe, Nintendo will be offering two versions of Yoshi’s Woolly World in North America. Consumers can purchase the standalone title or a bundle that comes with a Yarn Yoshi amiibo. Amazon has now posted the boxart for the bundle, which we’ve added in above.

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Nintendo has released a couple of Japanese commercials for Yoshi’s Woolly World. View them below.

Now that Yoshi’s Woolly World has launched in Europe, we’re able to get a look at the game’s disc art. Give it a look above.

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A new round of quotes from Nintendo’s Takashi Tezuka have been published by Game Informer. Tezuka tackled three main topics: how Good-Feel is working with yarn for a second time, the reception of Yoshi’s New Island, and whether or not Yoshi is still considered a part of the Mario universe.

For Tezuka’s comments, head past the break. You can also check out Game Informer’s original article here.

Nintendo UK has prepared a new promo/commercial of sorts for Yoshi’s Woolly World, which launches in Europe today. View it below.

Now that Yoshi’s Woolly World has arrived in Europe, Nintendo Life was able to quiz a couple of the game’s developers on a few different subjects. Nintendo producer Takashi Tezuka and Good-Feel executive producer Etsunobu Ebisu discussed topics such as the Yarn Yoshi amiibo and amiibo functionality in the game itself, why the team decided to revisit the yarn style (they even have additional ideas!), and more.

Read up on some excerpts from the interview below. Those that are interested can find the full talk here.

Nintendo released a new trailer for Yoshi’s Woolly World that highlights the series’ history. Take a look at the video below.