Nintendo Announces More Games With ‘Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World'; Trailer Released

Nintendo has just released more news on one of its upcoming video games featuring one of its popular characters of all time. The company has revealed that the new “Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World” has more games and levels for players to unlock, wherein players get to obtain special in-game features.

Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World” has been revealed to have more new games that will give players access to special in-game videos. The said special animated videos can only be unlocked every time the player completes a certain level. Nintendo has announced that there will be 30 unlockable videos and these will feature the adventures of Yoshi and his furry friend named Poochy.

To take a sneak peek of what their adventures will be all about, Nintendo has dropped a new trailer for “Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World” that focuses on the two friends. The short video, which has been titled as “Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World – Go Fetch!” shows Yoshi’s trying to teach Poochy how to fetch a ball of yarn. But it seems like it is too early for Poochy to learn the trick as the teaser eventually reveals that Yoshi has been on this for quite some time as a mountain of balls of yarn can be seen behind them.

“Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World” is an upgraded version of “Yoshi’s Woolly World”, which Nintendo released in June 2015 for the Nintendo Wii U. The upcoming game will be featuring the original levels from the initial video game and will also introduce Poochy, who will be collecting as many in-game beads as he can. The new game will also be taking players to new adventures with the introduction of Poochy-Pups that will aid in finding secrets within the game.

To those unfamiliar of Yoshi, he made his debut appearance in 1990 on the “Super Mario World” video game as the sidekick of the brothers, Mario and Luigi. Nintendo would later on venture on separate video games that star Yoshi. “Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World” is set to release in the first week of February 2017 for Nintendo 3DS in the United States, Europe, and Australia.

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