A new Kirby game announced just a few months before it's release date? Let's see what's in store for us then... Wait, Kirby rides a robot that can get copy abilities? Awesome! While the Hypernova from Kirby: Triple Deluxe was controversial for being slow to use, many were pleased with how well it blends into the gameplay when compared to Hypernova (or even Super Abilities).
Not only are there new abilities, but there's also a new amiibo line with the Kirby amiibo giving you the UFO ability, and special costumes for Sword, Hammer, and Parasol. The Super Smash Bros. Kirby amiibo gives the Smash Bros. (formerly Smash) ability, marking its first apperance in a full game since Kirby & the Amazing Mirror
Several mini-bosses from Kirby's Return to Dream Land make their return after being absent from the 3DS version, including mechanized versions of Bonkers, Kibble Blade, and King Doo. Also, Dubior returns, but it was a robot anyways, so it's not affected.
In celebration of Kirby's 25th anniversary, three games have been announced. Two of them are Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Kirby's Blowout Blast, respectively based off of "Team Kirby Clash" and "Kirby 3D Rumble" from Planet Robobot. Fans rejoiceed in happiness, and they couldn't be more grateful that two of the side games of Planet Robobot have been expanded to their full potential. Not only that, but there is another multiplayer 3DS game in the works, set to release in January next year. The scream-fest has begun.