Yoshi’s Woolly World has an absolutely gorgeous art style but it would appear as though the game looked slightly different during its initial development. Unused textures found by Twitter user @RandomTBush shows that the game was originally planned to look like Kirby’s Epic Yarn on the Wii, but thankfully Nintendo decided to switch things up and create the lovely look we are now all familiar with.
Glad they changed it.
apparently people have no memory capacity in their brain, the first trailer of the game was like this, has everyone forgotten
We knew that, though, that’s how the first trailer looked (I think it was from a spring direct)
Actually, this screenshot does have some differences from the trailer build(mainly Yoshi himself), and the graphics appear to be completely 2D(No 3D ground).
Wow that’s ugly. I didn’t really like Kirby.
Here’s the 2013 announcement…http://www.gamesradar.com/yoshi-game-announced-wii-u-kirbys-epic-yarn-team/
Sickr, see this:
Yoshi was to originally turn himself from 2D to 3D by eating enemies. This technically isn’t an ‘older art style’, but rather unused assets from a scrapped mechanic.
Honestly, I’d like to see a Kirby’s Epic Yarn 2 from them. I loved the first one.
Although it was rediculously easy, it sure was a smart and fun game. A sequel would be very welcomed.
Honestly, I don’t get why many seem to think difficulty determines how good a game is.
Kirby is known for bright and vibrant worlds and just fun pick up and play gameplay. To me, Epic Yarn succeeded on both fronts.
Besides, I dare anyone to say that getting all Gold Medals was easy even though you couldn’t die.
Yeah that I don’t get. It goes both ways though. Some think that incredible hard games are better, which I don’t agree with. It doesn’t make the bad either.
Lol yeah Kirby games have always been easy, but to 100% them is quite challenging. The only one I found to be TOO easy, and I mean rediculously easy was the last one we got on the 3DS.
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