Kirby's Adventure

Kirby's Adventure

2007

System
NES
Publisher
Nintendo
Developer
HAL Laboratory

8.0

Game Rating

User Ratings: 68

Our Review: 8/10

Kirby's Adventure News

September2019

  • Random Apparently Kirby 'Might Purr Happily' If You Pet Him

    And so, world peace was restored

    We did it, folks. We've finally stumbled across the news everyone was desperately hoping for. Yes, Kirby will apparently purr if you pet him. We were tempted to just end the article there - because let's face it, that's a happier news story than the vast majority of things you'd read in real-world news - but we...

March2019

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December2015

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September2014

  • Developer Profile Masahiro Sakurai

    About the man behind two of Nintendo’s most significant franchises

    "I decide what goes in the game; nobody else." These were the words of Masahiro Sakurai during a 2008 interview with Official Nintendo Magazine about Super Smash. Bros. Brawl. It's a quote that stands out because it contrasts quite starkly with the modest way in which the man...

June2014

May2014

April2014

  • Month of Kirby A Series With Rewarding Game Design

    The Great Cave Offensive, anyone?

    It’s been 22 years since Kirby made his debut in the 1992 Game Boy confection Kirby’s Dream Land. In that time, players have seen the lovable pink puffball grow to become one of Nintendo’s biggest stars, scoring it big in hit after hit on both consoles and portables. Those not quite in the know about...

  • Month Of Kirby Minigame Mania

    Look cute, lose friends

    Kirby’s now comfortably over twenty years old at this point; HAL’s pink puffball is firmly entrenched in gamer’s minds as a Nintendo icon and the star of many, many games. When he’s not off saving Dreamland from the gluttonous King DeDeDe or going toe-to-toe with Mario in the latest Super Smash Bros., however, Kirby...

April2013

January2013

April2008

  • News South Korea gets their own Virtual Console

    Interestingly the Wii finally went on sale in South Korea for the first time yesterday on the 26th April. This wouldn’t normally be a news item for us but with the Wii launch comes a whole new Virtual Console region with different prices!

    Let’s take a look at the launch games as listed on the Korean Nintendo site: Famicom / NES (400 Wii...