Yoshi’s Crafted World is the dinosaur’s latest sickeningly cute adventure. It’s a fun co-op romp with a buddy. It is a little on the easy side, especially compared to Yoshi’s Woolly World. In addition, Woolly World has a way better soundtrack than Crafted World. Woolly World‘s composer, Tomoya Tomita, seems to think so, as well. The evidence for this is clear from certain retweets he posted recently.
What if I really like recorders, though?
The following are actual tweets from Yoshi series fans who dislike the repetitive score from Crafted World:
Yoshi's Woolly World's OST is so much better than Crafted World's OST. This track is so good! https://t.co/Ofv8ak72pX
— Jurian (@YurianYoshisaur) April 15, 2019
I miss @Tomoya_Tomita's yoshi music. It's a real bummer that good-feel didn't get him to compose Crafted World.
From what I've played of Crafted World, the only thing holding it back is its soundtrack
— Sun (@masks_tweets) April 12, 2019
Time for Yoshi's Crafted World thoughts.
Levels were great, there wasn't a single uncreative idea.
THE SOUVENIRS WERE STUPID AND SHOULD NEVER HAVE EXISTED.
The music sucks.
It's better than Island DS and New Island, but not the original and Woolly World. Haven't played Story.
— Matt (@Mr_ToadTheGamer) April 19, 2019
Every single one of these messages was retweeted by Tomita.
Either Tomita really hates Crafted World‘s composer, Kazufumi Umeda, or he’s just having a bit of a laugh at his expense. Perhaps Tomita just loves his own arrangements more than anyone else. Who knows?
I can’t blame the guy. Crafted World basically has one main theme that certain levels variate slightly. It’s a neat idea but it doesn’t hold a candle to Woolly World‘s variety of compositions. They are the spice of life, after all. The rest of the game is fantastic, however.
Enthusiasts, where do you stand on the battle between the scores from Woolly World versus Crafted World? Please leave your educated musical opinions in the comment field below.