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81. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 06:56 BST
I can't see Pikmin being a sidescroller anyways...but like KK said, the random events that happen are better suited for Kirby. Because no one cares if he gets split into 10 Kirbies...or gets turned into a ball with a magical pen that guides him....or hets turned into....yarn.
Anyways...getting close to completing...Level 1. xD (as in, all medals and gold stars)
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82. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 20:39 BST
I just realized that most recent Kirby stories are basically "WIZARD TURNS YOU INTO A GIMMICK VIDEO GAME, GO FIX YOURSELF KIRBY!"
kind of a shame as Kirby storylines used to be pretty good by the absurdly low standards of 2d platformer stories
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83. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 20:46 BST
Yeah enemy invades, use the special weapon. Pretty good stories indeed.
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84. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 20:57 BST
Yup, King Dedede stole all the fruit so we got to get it back was an amazing story. At least the things the wizards are turning Kirby into are creative.
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85. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 21:01 BST
Also how the heck did Dedede turn all of Dreamland into Pinball? Lol
86. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 21:15 BST
well Superstar and 64 had good stories and I always enjoy Dedede's "he was trying to help" moment at the end of Adventure and had a lot of genuine charm to them (admittedly, at least Epic Yarn's story had charm, but that's mainly because of the amazing narrator)
again, by the extremely low standards of 2d platformers. Far better than "PRINCESS KIDNAPPED, SAVE HER" and the like.
Edited on Mon 3rd October, 2011 @ 21:20 by kkslider5552000
87. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 21:21 BST
I wasn't referring to the concept, not the plot guys...
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88. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 21:24 BST
yes but there are some series that are more acceptable than others in having a "we need to make a new fun game but new IPs don't sell so we need a popular character in it" game. The Pikmin world isn't one where stuff can just happen because the plot said so, Pikmin 2 at least tried to explain most things logically (well as logical as it can).
And its arguable if a Pikmin game this many years after the previous one would sell nearly as well if it's just a side game that doesn't play that much like the original games.
not to mention the fan backlash a Pikmin game that is a platformer would get since there hasn't been a new game in the series since 2004 (maybe not as bad a backlash as Nuts and Bolts or the new X-com though)
Edited on Mon 3rd October, 2011 @ 21:30 by kkslider5552000
89. Posted: Tue 4th Oct 2011 13:29 BST
I will give you Revenge of the Metaknight, but not Kirby 64. Though I did love the cut scenes. They were like the cut scenes on the Game boy but on steroids.
90. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 05:21 BST
Talking about the plot, don't you think the acceptance of these different stories and gameplay on the Kirby world make it to be much more richer and special?
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91. Posted: Thu 13th Oct 2011 04:50 BST
World 3 proved over and over you can fail in a Kirby game.
92. Posted: Fri 14th Oct 2011 08:02 BST
WORLD 4. THAT IS ALL.
I am hereby declaring that this is THE hardest Kirby game I've evr played. At least the difficulty curve ramps up steadily.
But, if we're being honest, a lot of levels in World 4 were just total d*** moves. The tower was annoying to say the least.
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93. Posted: Fri 14th Oct 2011 08:08 BST
kkslider5552000 wrote:World 3 proved over and over you can fail in a Kirby game.WORLD 4. THAT IS ALL.
94. Posted: Fri 14th Oct 2011 17:43 BST
I am currently in World 2 and I'm loving every minute of this game. This is even more fun than Canvas Curse, and it actually has a little difficulty.
95. Posted: Fri 14th Oct 2011 20:57 BST
yep, that's how it starts.P.S. Good luck trying to get more than a Bronze star from here on out
96. Posted: Fri 21st Oct 2011 03:14 BST
Kirby Mass Attack is definitely one of the DS's final gems. I picked it up on the 11th, and found myself addicted quickly. That said, I am finding myself going to extras more than the actual main game. Not necessarily a bad thing, I'm very glad that the extra games and the main game each stand out and to an extent, make Kirby Mass Attack feel like a game bundle. I have played Kirby Brawlball the most, but have trouble deciding whether it or Kirby Quest is my favorite of the extra games. Kirby Strato Patrol EOS is also very good. The cameos each game features really put the icing on the cake.
As for the main game, I enjoy the concept of the game. It does feel like Pikmin where I would collect with a smaller number to raise a larger force. The game gets really good when there are 10 Kirbies running around, and I like how the game has a handful of secrets only accessible by the maximum number of Kirbies. It should make for a solid challenge when I start revisiting to gather all the medals. Additionally, I've been impressed with the lengths of each stage and stage bosses. All around, Mass Attack is a title that can't be missed for any DS owner.
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97. Posted: Fri 21st Oct 2011 03:25 BST
I would argue that Kirby's Pinball Land is the hardest Kirby game.
Edited on Fri 21st October, 2011 @ 03:26 by SuperToad
98. Posted: Sun 23rd Oct 2011 18:58 BST
this might be the first game ever to have a "To be continued" stage that doesn't lead to a new world.
99. Posted: Mon 24th Oct 2011 00:15 BST
what level was that?
100. Posted: Mon 24th Oct 2011 00:18 BST
4-8 or 4-10 I think