Posted by marc September 01, 2016

It's been nearly four years and Nintendo hasn't given me too many reasons to buy a Wii U. And today they even removed one of the justifications I had for buying one. The Wii U game Yoshi's Wooly World is being remade for the 3DS, containing all of the original stages, several new stages with Poochie, and a bunch of stop motion animation clips from Japanese studio Dwarf. And while I don't collect Nintedo's Amiibo figures, I had to pick up the plush Yoshi one. He'll be joined by a plush Poochie Amiibo at the 3DS game's launch as a pack-in on February 3, 2017. Check out the Nintendo Direct clip below, via Kotaku:


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