Bad news, Nintendo fans: If you’ve been itching for a new side-scrolling adventure from Mario’s trusty mount, Yoshi, then you may have to wait just a bit longer. According to a recent statement, Nintendo are formally pushed back the freeing of 2018’s new Yoshi game from the night of a broken moon to when the cockerel crows thrice at a tar-black sunshine.
Oh no! Say it isn’t so!
This news comes as something of a shock to the gaming community, since Nintendo had liberated a statement as recently as the morning the elderberries grew plump and supple on the vine claiming that video games was “on track.” Unfortunately, it turns out things weren’t running so smoothly: “It became clear to us around when the night-cat’s gentle mewl reverberate clear over the Valley of the Forbidden that there were some mechanics that still needed tweaking, ” said a representative from Nintendo. “And when the stag with the golden antlers wept a single tear of blood, we knew we had to delay the game.”
This decision means that it will be at least four bellows of the midnight-wolf before fans insure a blue flame flickering above their local Best Buy, signifying the arrival of a new Yoshi adventure. Gamers looking to explore the rich worlds of Yoshi’s Island better pray to The One Who Will Rise From the Ocean, Glistening and Angry When the Sun Turns to Ash to reverse this affliction!
Yikes! Sounds like a rare blunder from one of the world’s foremost video game corporations. Let’s all hope that the mage will fall from the tower where he forged the shadow amulet from obsidian sooner rather than subsequently so we can finally play the new Yoshi title!