History VideoGame / KirbyMassAttack

20th Jan '16 3:10:50 AM GF93
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* FinalBoss: Skullord. Necrodeus is the TrueFinalBoss. In the minigames, [[spoiler: various other Final Bosses from the ''Kirby'' series]] appear to be fought as well for a cool twist on the formulae. ''Kirby Brawlball'' has [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Marx]]]], ''Strato Patrol EOS'' has [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]]]], and ''Kirby Quest'' has [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand2 Dark]] [[VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3 Matter]]]], along with [[spoiler: [[CoolSword Galaxia]]]] just beforehand as a hidden BonusBoss.
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* FinalBoss: Skullord. Necrodeus is the TrueFinalBoss. In the minigames, [[spoiler: various other Final Bosses from the ''Kirby'' series]] appear to be fought as well for a cool twist on the formulae. ''Kirby Brawlball'' has [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Marx]]]], ''Strato Patrol EOS'' has [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]]]], and ''Kirby Quest'' has [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand2 Dark]] [[VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3 Matter]]]], along with [[spoiler: [[CoolSword Galaxia]]]] just beforehand as a hidden BonusBoss. [[spoiler: If found and defeated, [[LimitBreak it can be used to kill both of Dark Matter's forms in one hit]].]]
20th Jan '16 3:08:16 AM GF93
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* FinalBoss: Skullord. Necrodeus is the TrueFinalBoss. Kirby Brawlball has [[spoiler:Marx]], Strato Patrol EOS has [[spoiler:Nightmare]], and Kirby Quest has [[spoiler:Dark Matter]].
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* FinalBoss: Skullord. Necrodeus is the TrueFinalBoss. Kirby Brawlball In the minigames, [[spoiler: various other Final Bosses from the ''Kirby'' series]] appear to be fought as well for a cool twist on the formulae. ''Kirby Brawlball'' has [[spoiler:Marx]], Strato [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Marx]]]], ''Strato Patrol EOS EOS'' has [[spoiler:Nightmare]], [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]]]], and Kirby Quest ''Kirby Quest'' has [[spoiler:Dark Matter]].[[spoiler:[[VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand2 Dark]] [[VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3 Matter]]]], along with [[spoiler: [[CoolSword Galaxia]]]] just beforehand as a hidden BonusBoss.
5th Jan '16 3:36:39 AM GF93
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* CanonImmigrant: A few characters from the ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'' anime such as Escargo(o)n and Customer Service make cameos in the game.
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* CanonImmigrant: A few characters from the ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'' anime such as Escargo(o)n and Customer Service make cameos in the game.game, and Kirby's "Poyo"-based voice from there is also used for the vocalisations of the Kirbys.

* MesACrowd: There are ten Kirbies in this game. Given, [[BigBad Necrodeus]] split him with magic, but there are still TEN KIRBIES. Their feet and hands are a little smaller, so they look childish.
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* MesACrowd: There are ten Kirbies in this game. Given, [[BigBad Necrodeus]] split him with magic, but there are still TEN KIRBIES. Their feet and hands are a little smaller, bigger in proportion to their bodies, so they look childish.

* OxygenMeter: This is one of the few Kirby games which has one.
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* OxygenMeter: This is one of the few only Kirby games which has game to date to have one.
22nd Jun '15 3:05:09 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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** Big Birdee is very similar to [[KirbySuperStar Dyna Blade]]. [[spoiler:With babies that need to be helped and a HeelFaceTurn as well.]]
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** Big Birdee is very similar to [[KirbySuperStar [[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Dyna Blade]]. [[spoiler:With babies that need to be helped and a HeelFaceTurn as well.]]
28th Mar '15 10:12:28 AM lalaTKG
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* DevelopmentGag: The game takes place in the Popopo Islands. Popopo was the original name for Kirby during the development of the first game.
6th Feb '15 10:47:53 PM TARINunit9
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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: A larger portion of the Kirbys on the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/atsumete_5289.jpg North American boxart]] are either attacking or have furrowed brows compared to the Japanese boxart, [[DownplayedTrope but there are still angry eyes on both]].
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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: A larger portion of For a change there's [[DownplayedTrope angry eyes on both the Kirbys on American AND Japanese boxes]]. That said, the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/atsumete_5289.jpg North American boxart]] are either attacking or have furrowed brows compared to has about half the Japanese boxart, [[DownplayedTrope but there are still angry eyes on both]].Kirbys fighting various enemies.
30th Aug '14 3:04:45 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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The fourth NintendoDS game of the {{Kirby}} series, Kirby Mass Attack (known as ''Atsumete! Kirby'' or ''Gather! Kirby'' in Japan) is yet another spin-off title, this time featuring a [[VideoGame/{{Lemmings}} Lemmings-esque]] style of gameplay rather than the classic MegaManning found in most Kirby games.
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The fourth NintendoDS game of the {{Kirby}} ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series, Kirby ''Kirby Mass Attack Attack'' (known as ''Atsumete! Kirby'' or ''Gather! Kirby'' in Japan) is yet another spin-off title, this time featuring a [[VideoGame/{{Lemmings}} Lemmings-esque]] style of gameplay rather than the classic MegaManning PowerCopying found in most Kirby games.
14th Aug '14 11:11:13 AM N8han11
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* DuelBoss: One of the challenges requires the player to defeat King Dedede with only one Kirby. This is both harder and easier than it sounds. [[note]]Since you have only one Kirby, you can't afford to be KO'd at ''all''; get hit by just ''one'' bomb blast, and you have to start all over. This makes the first phase of the fight somewhat tense and the second phase (which is already hectic) textbook NintendoHard. The third and final phase, however, is a cakewalk, as Dedede takes surprisingly little pummeling to KO, even from a single Kirby.
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* DuelBoss: One of the challenges requires the player to defeat King Dedede with only one Kirby. This is both harder and easier than it sounds. [[note]]Since Since you have only one Kirby, you can't afford to be KO'd at ''all''; get hit by just ''one'' bomb blast, and you have to start all over. This makes the first phase of the fight somewhat tense and the second phase (which is already hectic) textbook NintendoHard. The third and final phase, however, is a cakewalk, as Dedede takes surprisingly little pummeling to KO, even from a single Kirby.
10th Aug '14 8:40:34 AM Prfnoff
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* TheCameo: In addition to the below mentioned Canon Immigrants, some characters not normally appearing in this game appear in sub-games, such as typical Kirby enemies, [[EarlyBirdCameo HR-D3]] (which ended up as a proper Kirby platformer boss in ''KirbysReturnToDreamLand''), Meta Knight, Nightmare, and none other than Dark Matter, in his first appearance outside his trilogy of games (i.e. ''Dream Land 2'', ''Dream Land 3'', and ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards''). Worthy of note, it also has cameos from characters that never appeared in a game, such as Escargoon from the Kirby anime.
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* TheCameo: In addition to the below mentioned Canon Immigrants, some characters not normally appearing in this game appear in sub-games, such as typical Kirby enemies, [[EarlyBirdCameo HR-D3]] (which ended up as a proper Kirby platformer boss in ''KirbysReturnToDreamLand''), ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand''), Meta Knight, Nightmare, and none other than Dark Matter, in his first appearance outside his trilogy of games (i.e. ''Dream Land 2'', ''Dream Land 3'', and ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards''). Worthy of note, it also has cameos from characters that never appeared in a game, such as Escargoon from the Kirby anime.

** Kirby Quest has one, too, but in regards to further in the series itself rather than further within the game. The final boss of chapter two is HR-D3, which appears as a typical Kirby boss in ''KirbysReturnToDreamLand''[='=]s Extra Mode (its hard mode, much like the extra modes of ''Kirby's Dream Land'' and ''Kirby's Adventure''). However, the insignia on its chest on ''Return to Dream Land'' is not King Dedede's sigil as in Kirby Quest, but a different symbol: [[spoiler:the sigil of its pilot in ''Return to Dreamland'', the Metal General EX.]]
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** Kirby Quest has one, too, but in regards to further in the series itself rather than further within the game. The final boss of chapter two is HR-D3, which appears as a typical Kirby boss in ''KirbysReturnToDreamLand''[='=]s ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand''[='=]s Extra Mode (its hard mode, much like the extra modes of ''Kirby's Dream Land'' and ''Kirby's Adventure''). However, the insignia on its chest on ''Return to Dream Land'' is not King Dedede's sigil as in Kirby Quest, but a different symbol: [[spoiler:the sigil of its pilot in ''Return to Dreamland'', the Metal General EX.]]
18th May '14 4:07:33 PM OrangeRob3k
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** The logo on the sub-game Kirby Quest bares a remarkable resemblance to ''VideoGame/{{Arcana}}'' which was an RPG developed by Hal Labs. Another interesting reference to ''Arcana'' is that Kirby's Quest's battle songs work in a similar way, in which the final battle song is a more upbeat version of the normal battle song.
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