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  1. Kirby and the Forgotten Land will release on March 25 as the first 3D action game in the mainline Kirby series. Set in a mysterious new world where civilization and nature have fused to become one, players move around freely inside 3D levels and use Kirby’s familiar actions to explore and reach goals. By sharing Joy-Con controllers, players can switch to two-player gameplay at any time and venture out in this new world together with family and friends. This year also marks Kirby’s 30th anniversary. To celebrate that anniversary, we are planning a variety of projects in collaboration with the Kirby developer HAL Laboratory, aimed at sharing the charm of the Kirby series with many people. Join Kirby on an unforgettable journeyand take control of the powerful pink puffball, Kirby, and move around in 3D stages as you discover a mysterious world. What journey awaits Kirby? Take a deep breath and get ready for an unforgettable adventure! Explore a mysterious world and discover a mysterious world with abandoned structures from a past civilization—like a shopping mall?! Unleash powerful abilities! Copy enemies’ abilities like 'sword' and 'ice', as well as the new copy abilities 'drill' and 'ranger', and use them to attack and explore your surroundings! Take a trip to Waddle Dee Town, and take a break from your adventure in lovely Waddle Dee Town. Play some of the townsfolk's favorite games or compare scores online through Wise Waddle Dee. Debut trailer: Latest trailer: >> Official website. Kirby and the Forgotten Land will release on March 25 on Nintendo Switch.
  2. It’s out today. Kirby meets…Fall Guys? It’s £13.49 which seems to be in line with the limited content offered though more is promised via dlc (which I think is free but don’t quote me on it). There is a single player vs CPU mode but otherwise it’s online. I think it’s reasonable to suggest that this could have been a free to play title (Notably, Super Kirby Crash is F2P) or at least free with the online expansion pack. You’ll need the basic level of Nintendo online to play it online, too. If there’s already a thread I couldn’t find it!
  3. Navigation: Spring Breeze: first post | last post DynaBlade: first post | last post The Great Cave Offensive: first post | last post Revenge of MetaKnight: first post | last post Milkyway Wishes: first post | last post The Arena: full notes Okay, hear me out... I know that this is quite a contrast to the three classic Persona let's play threads I made in the past couple of years, but I think that this would make for a fun little playthrough thread simply because there's a lot of content in here. In case you don't know about the Kirby games, they make up a long-running series of charming platformers that focus on absorbing enemy abilities and using those abilities to make progress. In short, it offers a lot of agency about how players want to tackle the challenges ahead of them, which makes them pretty satisfying and replayable. Oh, and they also have really nice presentation and some great soundtracks. I was late discovering Kirby Super Star because I never had a SNES growing up - I even missed out on the Nintendo DS update . I think I had a brief look at the game via emulation on PC once, but it wasn't until I got a SNES Classic Mini that I really took a closer look at the game. The reason something like Super Star is a nice candidate for a playthrough thread is that there's a ton of things to unlock and complete, and so the game in itself is like its own mini-series - as soon as one of the smaller games is over, something else might unlock and on it goes. From what I can gather, the route to the "ending" involves: Completing Spring Breeze and DynaBlade (unlocks Revenge of MetaKnight) Completing The Great Cave Offensive and Revenge of MetaKnight (unlocks Milkyway Wishes) Completing Milkyway Wishes (unlocks The Arena?) Completing The Arena (unlocks a sound test?) I'm taking a few guesses at the last couple, based on internet sources and video footage, because I think I've only ever got as far as Milkyway Wishes in my own random endeavours, so I guess this is another P1-style thing of me wanting closure. I'm pretty sure I can get through the first few minigames without too much trouble - the main obstacles for me will be Milkyway Wishes, The Arena, and (depending on my screw-ups) The Great Cave Offensive. Also, a lot of my previous experience with the game was done in co-op, so I'll be at a bit of a disadvantage this time. I might get started this evening, or maybe in the week. And I think I'll be playing via PC emulation, simply for the screenshots. You can catch my older "Let's Play" threads here: Persona: https://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?/topic/306127-lets-play-persona-1996/ Persona 2: Innocent Sin: https://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?/topic/308695-lets-play-persona-2-innocent-sin/ Persona 2: Eternal Punishment: https://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?/topic/311426-lets-play-persona-2-eternal-punishment/
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