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darkfenrir

Have you tried every nook and cranny? o: They are usually hidden on where you can't stumble onto them, and usually has more challenge than just going through the world...

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NintyFan

Some character impressions of King Dedede with story spoilers:

I think Dedede's days of villainy have ended with this game. While his heroic deeds in Return to Dreamland were apparent, this game seems to solidify him as a reformed character. He saves Kirby's life from Queen Sectonia so he could defeat her and save Pop Star, making him a second hero. If you had never played a Kirby game before, you'd think Dedede was always a nice guy. I know he was secretly a good guy in Kirby's Adventure, but for the majority of the game before that plot twist, Dedede was portrayed as Kirby's biggest rival and a villain. He just sided with Kirby in order to fight off a greater evil, like Bowser in some of the Mario RPGs. Even after his good deed in Adventure, he was still a bad guy, especially in Kirby Super Star and its remake. In recent years, however, it can't be denied that Dedede has become much friendlier with Kirby. Maybe I'm looking into it too much, but I think Nintendo and HAL may have made Dedede turn a new leaf.

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Dedede was always more of a jerk than an actual bad guy

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DestinyMan wrote:

Some character impressions of King Dedede with story spoilers:

.I think Dedede's days of villainy have ended with this game. While his heroic deeds in Return to Dreamland were apparent, this game seems to solidify him as a reformed character. He saves Kirby's life from Queen Sectonia so he could defeat her and save Pop Star, making him a second hero. If you had never played a Kirby game before, you'd think Dedede was always a nice guy. I know he was secretly a good guy in Kirby's Adventure, but for the majority of the game before that plot twist, Dedede was portrayed as Kirby's biggest rival and a villain. He just sided with Kirby in order to fight off a greater evil, like Bowser in some of the Mario RPGs. Even after his good deed in Adventure, he was still a bad guy, especially in Kirby Super Star and its remake. In recent years, however, it can't be denied that Dedede has become much friendlier with Kirby. Maybe I'm looking into it too much, but I think Nintendo and HAL may have made Dedede turn a new leaf.

Where have you been this whole time? Dedede was never really a villain since the first game. Even then he was just being a jerk. Mostly if not all of the fights that took place, he was possessed. He joins you in Kirby 64. Super Star doesn't count, as Spring Breeze is a remake of the first game.

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The basic definition of a villain is anyone who opposes the main hero and is a threat to the story. Dedede used to be a jerk, but villains are jerks. It doesn't matter whether you steal all the food in the land or try to take over the world. In the end, I still think he used to be a villain, but a petty one. I guess Dedede is like Wario from the Mario series, a greedy character who had a villainous start before softening up over the years and becoming an anti-hero.

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DestinyMan wrote:

The basic definition of a villain is anyone who opposes the main hero and is a threat to the story. Dedede used to be a jerk, but villains are jerks. It doesn't matter whether you steal all the food in the land or try to take over the world. In the end, I still think he used to be a villain, but a petty one. I guess Dedede is like Wario from the Mario series, a greedy character who had a villainous start before softening up over the years and becoming an anti-hero.

He never tried to take over the world. The only thing bad he has ever done was steal food in the first game (and this game got remade in Kirby Super Star), King Dedede was already softening up in the Extra Mode of Kirby's Dreamland. By the second game he was already shown being a hero by breaking up the Star Rod to prevent the nightmares. Only stopping Kirby because he was gathering them back up. Every time you fight him after then on, has been either a possessed King Dedede or a fake version of him. I call him a jerk though for the Gourmet Race in Super Star. Dedede trained his body to be just like Kirby and wanted to test him. In Kirby 64 you can tell he didn't really like the idea of actually teaming up with him but swallowed his pride and joined him. With the exception of Squake Squad, though Kirby ATTACKED King Dedede for thinking he stole his cake. He was just defending himself. King Dedede is a great guy and one of my favorite characters, if not my favorite.
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Pokefanmum82

darkfenrir wrote:

Have you tried every nook and cranny? o: They are usually hidden on where you can't stumble onto them, and usually has more challenge than just going through the world...

i'm afraid to kill kirby. i'm horrible at platformers lol

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darkfenrir

aaah... well, maybe just try it? Since most of the time, they are more of... time challenge than anything.

Btw, does anyone has unlocked the last video? if so, how?

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Pokefanmum82 wrote:

i'm afraid to kill kirby. i'm horrible at platformers lol

I say just give it everything you got and go for it. I don't stress out about Kirby as much as other games. I feel like I'm more along for the ride with this platformer, rather than really in charge of his fate.

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Pokefanmum82 wrote:

darkfenrir wrote:

Have you tried every nook and cranny? o: They are usually hidden on where you can't stumble onto them, and usually has more challenge than just going through the world...

i'm afraid to kill kirby. i'm horrible at platformers lol

Finding all the sun stones isn't that bad. The only hard ones are in worlds 4 and 5. I remember that in one of the levels in Endless Explosions you need to keep the ice power you get from Mr. Frosty in order to get it. It was a pain!

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Pokefanmum82

that's the world i'm on right now actually.....the other levels i had no problems finding enough sun stones

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Henmii

I think its a fun little sequel to Return to dreamland! It has beautiful graphics, and I think it also makes good use of the 3D.

What's with all the triforce symbols though? HAL working on the next handheld Zelda, or what?! That would be cool!

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Lzeon

Nah, they've used the Triforce before. It's most likely just an Easter egg

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Maybe, but in some levels I saw it multiple times!

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Franklin

Quick question for Kirby aficionados who own both games: Which is better, Return to Dreamland, or Triple Deluxe?

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Franklin wrote:

Quick question for Kirby aficionados who own both games: Which is better, Return to Dreamland, or Triple Deluxe?

Both great games, but I'd put Triple Deluxe just a bit higher than Return to Dreamland. They are extremely similar due to using the same graphics, sound effects, gameplay, and the like, but Triple Deluxe feels a bit more unique and entertaining than Return to Dreamland. The number of clever things they did with the 3D, the Hypernova ability, and the gyro controls make Triple Deluxe quite a treat. Not to mention the nostalgia-rific keychains and the neat little time waster known as Kirby Fighters. Return to Dreamland is excellent in it's own ways, though, and is still very much worth playing. Especially if you can get a couple friends together. It basically laid down the foundation, and Triple Deluxe built a Mall on top of it.

Of course, it all comes down to personal preference. It's Kirby, so It's all good.

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SammytheSaiyan

Unfortunately, I don't have this game yet because I spent my cash on pre-ordering Mario Kart 8. However, I may get this game during the summertime along with the definite purchase of Super Smash Bros. 4 3DS.

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Emaan

I think HAL did some really cool things with the 3D effect in this game. This and Super Mario 3D Land actually had the 3D involved in the gameplay, and I think that's great.

I just beat the final boss last night, very impressed. I love seeing Dedede and Kirby team :3

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Henmii

Yes, the 3D is awesome! We have seen the plain hopping (going from foreground to background and vice versa) before, but everything else impresses me!

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