Yoshi's New Island

Global Total as of 05th Apr 2014 (units): 0.25m
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Developer: Nintendo Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.13m 51.4%
+ Europe: 0.10m 39.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.02m 8.9%
= Global 0.25m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Yoshi's New Island NintendoNorth America14th March 2014Retail
Yoshi's New Island NintendoEurope14th March 2014Retail
Yoshi's New Island NintendoJapanQ3 2014Retail

Game Overview

Yoshi's New Island is a side-scrolling platform game developed by Arzest and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS.  It releases in North America on March 14, 2014 and sometime in 2014 for both Japan and Europe.  The game stars Yoshi and is the third game in the Yoshi's Island series, as well as the first one on the 3DS.

As it turns out, the parents the stork gave Baby Mario and Baby Luigi to in Yoshi's Island say they aren't their parents. This causes the stork to continually search for them and while doing so, Baby Luigi is kidnapped once again and Baby Mario falls onto Egg Island. With the help of his brothers, who live on Egg Island, Yoshi must rescue Baby Luigi and stop Bowser from turning Egg Island into a resort.

http://gamewise.co/games/47650/Yoshis-New-Island

Comments

supernihilist (1 day ago)
its selling 20k a week. and has yet to b
launched in Japan.
this sales are ok
NintendoPie (on 10 April 2014)
This is seriously pathetically bad. Poor
Yoshi.
supernihilist (on 09 April 2014)
this will be a million seller no doubt.
prolly closer to 1.5m Lifetime
oniyide (on 07 April 2014)
@nintendopie you're kind missing his
point, you and Devilrising. He is not
saying dont make games just for them to
make something DIFFERENT, is that so
wrong for them to make something in a
different genre?
NintendoPie (on 31 March 2014)
It's really not doing all too well in
the West. Although Japan could
definitely help considering they seemed
to have even taken a liking to MP:
Island Tour.

@NintendoSupporter; how
are you what you say you are when you
say you're fed up with Platformers?
That's Nintendo's cash crop and what
they really focus on.
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