Análisis – Yoku’s Island Express (Nintendo Switch)
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Análisis – Yoku’s Island Express (Nintendo Switch)

Análisis – Yoku’s Island Express (Nintendo Switch)

Team17 y Villa Gorilla traen a Nintendo Switch una genial combinación entre el pimball, la aventura y las plataformas: Yoku’s Island Express, donde un pequeño escarabajo llamado Yoku, deberá hacer de nuevo jefe de correos de la isla Mokumana. ¡No os perdáis nuestro análisis! Podéis consultar LA LISTA completa y sus análisis desde aquí.

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