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Scapetti

Kirby's Nightmare in Dreamland is a brilliant remake of Kirby's Adventure actually

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Chaoz

It saddens me to see barely any Amazing Mirrors love. That's the best Kirby game I ever played.

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Scapetti

Amazing Mirror was okay but it had really weird redundant features... like four kirby's running around for no reason... It's nice as a sort of sequel to Nightmare in Dreamland I guess

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Triple Deluxe is, to me, the perfect Kirby game, if not the perfect game overall.
It's relatively easy to beat, but very difficult to complete 100%.
The bosses are actually formidable, unlike many Kirby bosses, and the fights are fun and varied.
It's full of personality and charm.
Even though the story is only really present at the beginning and end, it's surprisingly deep.
Hypernova isn't just one of those overpowered gimmick abilities, it adds puzzle-solving, too.
And there's just so much to do.

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Zeldalover

Kirby Super Star / Ultra (SNES / DS)!

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nacho_chicken

Really tough to pick between Kirby and the Amazing Mirror or Super Star.
Amazing mirror had the best multiplayer ever (assuming you had three friends with GBAs and copies of the game), and it had the Smash copy ability you could get from Master Hand, which was beyond cool. But Super Star feels too easy of a choice because it's like having 5 great Kirby games in one package.

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Yellowtails

Probably Kirby Super Star. Kirby Air Ride was fun, but mostly in the City Trial mode. I haven't played Kirby's Return to Dreamland, but it seems okay.

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My favorites in order:
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Kirby And The Rainbow Curse
Kirby's Air Ride
Kirby's Adventure
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Kirby SuperStar and Amazing Mirror are my favorites.

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Rumorlife

Kirby 64 is my absolute favorite. It's a bit basic, it was my first but gives you just the right amount of challenge imo. The mini games and enemy TCG collecting were some of my favorite things from it as well. Really any Kirby game like those, so like Triple Deluxe or Adventure (Wii) are awesome as well.

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FlowForward

Kirby Super Star Ultra... Hell yeah!

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Kirby Super Star for me, assuming we're not counting Kirby's Dream Collection for Wii.

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Kirby Airride and the Amazing Mirror are my favorite Kirby games. I've played so much City Trial, it's fun to play around in when you're bored.

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Nightmare in Dream Land is awesome and I like Amazing Mirror too. But Canvas Curse is so much fun. Lots of things to do and so much of replayability in that game.

I don't like how Triple Deluxe doesn't hint you the levels where you already got the level keychains. It would make the experience of 100% the game a lot better but I do agree that its a fun game atleast.

But Idk honestly. Nearly every Kirby game that I've played except Mass Attack are really fun and aren't that bad.

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Not_Soos

Kirby's Return to Dream Land is easily my favorite. Four-player co-op with playable Dedede and Meta Knight (sorry, Bandana Dee, I'm not much of a fan of you), an epic soundtrack, a plot twist that was so obvious it ironically surprised me, and a lengthy amount of content if you're going for 100% (plus there's Extra Mode, which adds even more replay value). The game is just all-around fantastic, and it makes me feel happy just to play it. Much like Donkey Kong Country Returns, it takes a platforming series that had long been neglected on consoles (Well, there was Epic Yarn, but... y'know...) and brings it back, retaining all of the beloved elements from previous installments and adding new enjoyable mechanics.

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DL3, Returns To Dream land, Mass Attack, Amazing Mirror, Canvas Curse, and (kinda) Rainbow Curse are the best IMO.

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Kirby Super Star/Ultra. There's a lot of variety, each one of the games has a different mechanic and feel, the mini-games are really fun and the OST is very memorable. The remake has better graphics, music, CGI cutscenes and some extra modes on top of it all. Really good remake.

My second favorite would be Kirby and the Amazing Mirror. I love Metroidvania, and a Kirbytroidvania is a idea that worked well. Some people complain about the game map (It's not that useful), but once you find a mirror that links to the main hub, exploring is much easier.

The third would be Triple Deluxe, the ultranova ability is very fun, the use of 3D and the gyroscope is one of the best on the 3DS, the OST is amazing. While still on the easy side, I like the fact that they nerfed many of the abilities and made the bosses more active (they have a lot more attacks than before). Also, the DeDeDe minigame may be the best in the series. One of my favorite 3DS games, no doubt.

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Super Star Ultra for DS. I played it so much just like my sister. Besides that, I liked Epic Yarn a lot.

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Stu13

Dream Land 2 was the first Kirby game I latched onto as a kid, so I'd say it's my personal favorite. But since everyone else shared additional thoughts, here are mine:
Triple Deluxe is a masterpiece and is my personal favorite 2D game on the 3DS.
The 2 paintbrush games only get a bad rap because they are considerably more difficult than the main series and most people just can't get a handle on them.
Nightmare In Dream Land and Super Star Ultra outdo their source games in every way. I still love playing the 3D classics version of Adventure, but other than that I'll always take the remakes.
Mass Attack is one of the funniest games I've ever played. It gets a 9 just because it keeps me laughing constantly.
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I don't ever really get the urge to play Dream Land 3 by myself, but I have a young niece and we have a blast playing it co-op. Give it a try if you have a small gamer around.
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Bass_X0

Chaoz wrote:

It saddens me to see barely any Amazing Mirrors love. That's the best Kirby game I ever played.

Everything Amazing Mirror does well, another game does far better. I really get confused while playing it that it saps my enjoyment of doing so. I'd rather play a more linear but more enjoyable game. And if I want to play a Metroidvania type game, then I have Metroid and Castlevania to fulfill those desires.

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