History Videogame / KirbySuperStar

14th Apr '18 4:10:06 AM ParaBeetleX
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* TheWorfBarrage: The [[SmartBomb Paint ability.]] You get it from one of three bosses, and while it does decent damage to the [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent first]] [[GiantEnemyCrab two]], it's only a light breeze [[TrueFinalBoss to the last]].
6th Apr '18 6:11:02 PM Karxrida
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** ''Ultra'' changes some of the Treasures in The Great Cave Offensive to items that reference previous ''Kirby'' games. These are the Hyrda parts (referred to as Machine Parts) from ''VideoGame/KirbyAirRide'', the Cell Phone from ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'', the Power Paintbrush from ''VideoGame/KirbyCanvasCurse'', and the Triple Star Cane from ''VideoGame/KirbySqueakSquad''.
6th Apr '18 5:54:42 PM Karxrida
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* GuideDangIt: The location of the secret planet "?" in Milky Way Wishes is hidden on a large green star that, while somewhat distinctive, likely would be overlooked and ignored unless one used a guide or flew around aimlessly for no particular reason and discovered it by accident. Not so much in ''Ultra,'' as the planet is more clearly marked by a blinking star that [[ConspicuouslyLightPatch stands out amongst the background]].

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* GuideDangIt: The location of the secret planet "?" in Milky Way Wishes is hidden on a large green star that, while somewhat distinctive, likely would be is easily overlooked and ignored unless one used uses a guide or flew flies around aimlessly for no particular reason and discovered to discover it by accident. Not so much in ''Ultra,'' as the planet is more clearly marked by a blinking star that [[ConspicuouslyLightPatch stands out amongst the background]].


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* MinecartMadness: Each section of The Great Cave Offensive is connected by tunnel with rideable minecarts, which run through the local mooks. Riding the carts isn't necessary, but doing so is faster than traversing the tunnels on foot.
30th Mar '18 4:13:34 AM LexTheDragon
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** Played straight with Computer Virus, which comes out of nowhere at the end of the crystal area of the Great Cave and wouldn't be the first thing you'd expect to be down there.
28th Mar '18 4:38:48 PM Karxrida
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** '''Meta Knightmare Ultra''': You play as Meta Knight through abridged versions of the original main games, excluding Gourmet Race and The Arena. Meta Knight has a whole suite of moves at his disposal, and uses them to [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown thrash his way through the stages.]] His goal is to fight the ultimate warrior in the universe.

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** '''Meta Knightmare Ultra''': You play as Meta Knight through abridged versions of the original main games, excluding Gourmet Race and The Arena. Meta Knight has a whole suite of moves at his disposal, and uses them to [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown thrash his way through the stages.]] His goal is to fight the ultimate warrior in the universe.universe, while your goal is the get the best time.
18th Mar '18 7:39:19 PM universalperson
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** This is the first ''Kirby'' game to portray Kirby as getting hats from his powers. It's also the only Kirby game where said hats can be removed to either turn into the various "Helpers" from the game (or turn Helpers into them) or to turn them into a different Helper. It's also the only game with Copy Ability hats that ''doesn't'' allow Kirby to voluntarily discard his abilities as ability stars (''Ultra'' restores this ability).
** This is the only ''Kirby'' game in the series to have all of the second player character being friendly versions of various common {{Mook}}s that can use attacks from Kirby's various Copy Abilities (Bandana Waddle Dee notwithstanding).

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** This is the first ''Kirby'' game to portray Kirby as getting hats from his powers. It's also the only Kirby game where said hats can be removed to either turn into the various "Helpers" from the game (or turn Helpers into them) or to turn them into a different Helper. It's also the only game with Copy Ability hats that ''doesn't'' allow Kirby to voluntarily discard his abilities as ability stars (''Ultra'' restores this ability).
ability). They can be discarded as ability hats though.
** This is Before ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' was released, this was the only ''Kirby'' game in the series to have all of the second player character being characters be friendly versions of various common {{Mook}}s that can use attacks from Kirby's various Copy Abilities (Bandana Waddle Dee notwithstanding).
10th Feb '18 9:53:10 PM GF93
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* IaijutsuPractitioner: Parodied in Samurai Kirby, in which the characters pull out [[SerialEscalation increasingly goofy]] {{Improbable Weapon|User}}s out of {{Hammerspace}}.

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* IaijutsuPractitioner: Parodied in Samurai Kirby, in which the characters pull out [[SerialEscalation increasingly goofy]] {{Improbable Weapon|User}}s out of {{Hammerspace}}. In order, Kirby uses a PaperFanOfDoom (Waddle Doo), a [[HyperspaceMallet squeaky toy hammer]] (Wheelie), a [[PieInTheFace custard pie]] (Chef Kawasaki), a party popper (King Dedede), and a standard sword (Meta Knight).
22nd Oct '17 1:36:04 AM Mhazard
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** '''Gourmet Race''': Kirby and King Dedede race to see who can eat the most food while still reaching the finish line first. It's pretty straightforward. Very notable for its music: the Gourmet Race theme "Get Up and Go-urmet!" is one of the staples of the ''Kirby'' franchise, and it's also a popular source for remixes on websites such as Website/YouTube.

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** '''Gourmet Race''': Kirby and King Dedede race to see who can [[EatingContest eat the most food food]] while still reaching the finish line first. It's pretty straightforward. Very notable for its music: the Gourmet Race theme "Get Up and Go-urmet!" is one of the staples of the ''Kirby'' franchise, and it's also a popular source for remixes on websites such as Website/YouTube.
20th Oct '17 8:56:50 AM Concrete4
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While ''Kirby's Adventure'' on the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] [[TropeCodifier codified]] the ''Kirby'' formula, ''Super Star'' is considered to be the game that perfected it, to the point where its style of gameplay has become the series standard. It was [[enhanced port]] in 2008 for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS as ''Kirby Super Star [[SuperTitle64Advance Ultra]]'' (''Hoshi no Kirby Ultra Super Deluxe'' in Japan), which added a handful of extra games to the mix, bringing the total to '''16''' games in one:

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While ''Kirby's Adventure'' on the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] [[TropeCodifier codified]] the ''Kirby'' formula, ''Super Star'' is considered to be the game that perfected it, to the point where its style of gameplay has become the series standard. It was [[enhanced port]] enhanced in 2008 for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS as ''Kirby Super Star [[SuperTitle64Advance Ultra]]'' (''Hoshi no Kirby Ultra Super Deluxe'' in Japan), which added a handful of extra games to the mix, bringing the total to '''16''' games in one:
19th Oct '17 11:58:49 PM Mhazard
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** Moto Shotzo, a tank-like enemy found in the battleship ''Halberd'', is based on ''Trax'', the titular character of a Game Boy shooter game that HAL Laboratory created in 1991.
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