Game Profile

Kirby's back and ready for a bellyful of adventure.

  • When someone steals some strawberry shortcake, the pink powerhouse sets out after them, learning new skills.
  • Players can expect all the floating, jumping and battling of a classic Kirby™ game, but this time, Kirby's copy abilities have been massively boosted. Not only can players mix and match copy abilities by using the stylus to drag them together inside Kirby's copy center (located on the touch screen), but the powers themselves now have the ability to affect the environment, as well as foes. Burn trees and grasses with the Fire ability or freeze water with the Ice ability.
  • In sub-game mode, this game also features multiplayer fun for up to four players, using either Multi-Card or DS Download Play over DS Local Area Network.

Game Review

Wii U eShop Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Thomas Jones

Squeaky Clean Fun

For a company so often associated as being at the forefront of innovative thinking in the video game industry, Nintendo can have a tendency to stick with a tried and tested formula. The Mario, Zelda and Pokémon franchises have all received their share of...

Game Review

DS Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Brody Olimar

Does Kirby still have the old magic or is he just full of air?

The old adage "don't judge a book by its cover" holds true in many formats. Encompassed by that is essentially everything we deal with, and the ultimate lesson is to avoid judgment based on appearances. Needless to say, it also applies to games. To simply...

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User Comments (4)



Kurachi said:

your reply fits your pic, dragoon
also, isnt just every kirby game easy ?
i never played any kirby game on handhelds, but looks fun
i'm no real handheld fan, thats why i havent played it, but i would if i did play handhelds

wish there were more kirby games on normal console (non-handheld)

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