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StarBoy91

Off the top of my head, considering I'm a huge Kirby fan (though not supposedly that huge), here are my Top 5 Personal Favorite Kirby Titles of all Time.

5. Kirby's Dream Land 2 (Game Boy Pocket, 1995)
4. Kirby Squeak Squad (Nintendo DS, 2006)
3. Kirby's Dream Course (SFC, 1994/SNES, 1995)
2. Kirby Super Star/Kirby's Fun Pak [Ultra] (SFC, 1995/SNES, 1996~DS, 2008)
1. Kirby's Dream Land 3 (Super NES, 1997) [I don't care what people say, this game is my favorite no matter what ]

What's your Top 5?

Edited on by StarBoy91

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SonicMaster

What's so goos about super star? I had ultra, and it wasn't anything special. It was just a bunch of semi games that didn't have much replay. I sold it. Anyways, here they are, I've only really played 3.
1. Kirby's Adventure
2. Kirby 64
3. Kirby Super star Ultra

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Ricardo91

1. Kirby's Adventure (NES, but played it on VC)
2. Kirby and the Amazing Mirror (GBA)
3. Kirby 64 (N64)
4. Kirby's Pinball Land (GB)
5. Kirby's Tilt n' Tumble (GBC)

I would've fit Nightmare in Dreamland somewhere in here, but since it's esentially just a remake of Adventure, I left it out.

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Chrono_Cross

5: Kirby`s Adventure NES
4: Kirby 64 N64
3: Kirby`s Airride GCN
2: Kirby Squeak Squad DS
1: Kirby Super Star SNES

Gots to love Kirby!

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TKOWL

5. Kirby 64
4. Kirby's Adventure
3. Kirby and the Amazing Mirror
2. Kirby Air Ride
1. Kirby Super Star Ultra (one of the best games ever)

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warioswoods

Easy.

1. Kirby's Dream Land
2. Kirby's Adventure
3. Kirby Super Star (/Ultra)

None of the other Kirby adventure games have even a tenth of the polish, level design, and creativity of the first two games. They may have added new abilities and overall complexity, but the level design has been so horribly bland and uninspired across the entire franchise since those first games. The three above are also the only 3 Kirby platformers designed by Kirby's original creator, Sakurai. I didn't learn of that until long after I'd made my judgments regarding the relative quality of the games, but now it makes perfect sense, as there is a marked and severe drop in quality in all the later games (from Dream Land 2 to 3 to Mirror etc).

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StarBoy91

Ironically, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror is one Kirby game I cannot complete 100%. My Italian cousin Daniel finished it for me, I had 70% and he got up 25% more. The most nonlinear Kirby game ever made, but a decent one at that.

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TKOWL

StarBoy91 wrote:

Ironically, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror is one Kirby game I cannot complete 100%. My Italian cousin Daniel finished it for me, I had 70% and he got up 25% more. The most nonlinear Kirby game ever made, but a decent one at that.

still can't get a 100%, and ive been playing for over 50 hours total

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RandomWiiPlayer

Chrono+Cross wrote:

Gots to love Kirby!

I don't.

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Jockolantern

1. Kirby's Adventure (NES)
2. Kirby's Dream Land 3 (SNES)
3. Kirby Super Star (SNES/DS)
4. Kirby & the Amazing Mirror (GBA)
5. Kirby's Dream Land 2 (GB)

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