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Kirby series

Kirby series

The Kirby (星のカービィ, lit. "Kirby of the Stars") series is a fantasy video game series developed by HAL Laboratory and Nintendo, and produced by Nintendo. The gameplay of a majority of the games in the series consists mainly of action, platform and puzzle-solving elements. The series is known for its bright and artistic settings; simplistic gameplay; cute characters; upbeat, cheerful music; and the protagonist Kirby's ability to inhale enemies, thereby gaining a characteristic ability from them.

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Angry American Kirby now angry Japanese Kirby

It appears that angry American Kirby is not alone anymore. The Japanese box art for Kirby: Triple Deluxe features Kirby's eyebrows clearly angled as he angry attempts to suck up an enemy. Is this a change for the series? Will the American box art feature the cuter version of Kirby normally used in Japan? Time will tell.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe was released on January 11 in Japan and is currently scheduled for North America and Europe in quarter 2 or 3 this year. The game is the latest in the Kirby series and finds the loveable hero chasing Daranza, a caterpillar-like floating creature. Kirby's house and King Dedede's castle have been taken by the villain who has also imprisoned King Dedede himself in a prism of light. The game features the ability for Kirby to inhale very large objects such as trains to solve puzzles after he eats a rainbow coloured seed.

To be perfectly honest, Nintendo completely botched Mario's 25th Anniversary... Super Mario Bros. deserved better. Arguably the most influential game of all time, it deserved to have the vaults opened wide for fans to have access to every bit of content related to the original title. After consuming the disc, we should've been left utterly full, yet definitively satiated. But that's not the route Nintendo decided to take -- instead, we got a disc with a rom of Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES, a flimsy book sprinkled with pull quotes, and a CD containing a shamefully bare selection of tracks. In essence, Nintendo celebrated the 25th anniversary of their iconic mascot by making a quick buck. And while this left us undeniably disappointed, hope remains.

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