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Kirby BUT WITH FINAL SMASHES!
I really need to get Epic Yarn before I play this.
Now all we need is a new Kirby Air Ride and I can die happy.
But if you die you won't get to play them. D:
Now that I uncovered my Game Boy Pocket, I think I'm going to finally start Kirby's Dreamland 2...and resolve to finish it without being distracted by any of those fancy DS games. Then I should get around 2 Super Star Ultra, Then buy Epic Yarn or Kirby's Dreamland 3...
AND Nintendo decides to go and announce another platform game? I can't keep up!
Dreamland 2 is one of my favorites! The solidity of that game still impresses me to this day.
Plus, it's one of those games I can just... play and enjoy.
I really, really hope Dreamland 2 is a 3DS Virtual Console release. I mean, I see no reason why it wouldn't be, actually, so let me rephrase that: I hope it's there early.
...I'd also like to see Kirby's Star Stacker and Tilt'n'Tumble, because KSS was a wicked awesome puzzler if brain remembers and I never got to try Tn T.
The game makes good use of water levels, for the most part, I like how Kirby's Dreamland 2 is filled with Shmuck Bait and some of the animal rides have interesting moves but Kirby's Adventure is better. True the latter game has easier levels, but it also doesn't have such a convoluted way to get to the final boss and less Trial and Error in its levels. Kirby is more mobile in adventure as well.
Dark Matter, was just as tough as everyone said he was, thank God the developer was nice enough to let us skip to the last two forms after we beat the first one. Its embarrassing how long it took me to figure out what to do during his attacks, especially during the final form. You could move faster during the battle with Nightmare, going back to the lack of mobility.
Kirby's Dreamland 2 is a good game, but it is not as good as Kirby's Adventure.
edited 30th Jan '11 4:13:15 PM by Cider
Admittedly the big reason I want it is 'cause, while I'm pretty sure I had it back in the day, I do not remember it. At all. And I'd like to play all the platformer Kirby games and remember them someday.
Well, I started Kirby Super Star Ultra, and its weird. Pleasantly surprising, but I expected it to play more like Amazing Mirror or Squeak Squad, but its closer to Kirby's Adventure than anything else.
I already love it, but that was to be expected I guess.
Why did you expect it to be more like Amazing Mirror or Squeak Squad?
Because those are the most recent Kirby platform games in the eat, fly and copy powers gameplay. I thought Super Star was what their gameplay was built off of. Instead both Super Star and Amazing Mirror/Squeak Squad play more like Adventure than they do like each other. Its weird to me.
Well, that's one of the reasons Super Star is still so popular compared to the others. The later Kirby games chose not to build on it for whatever reason and instead reinvented the wheel each time.
I have to say, if any game brings back Yo-Yo, I will love it forever.
Yo-Yo Kirby was the most offbeat-awesome Kirby form ever. And that's including Ninja and Paint Kirby.
Yo-yo is awesome. Gazer Spiral just kind of wrecked shit.
Yoyo is one of my favorite Kirby powers ever. The decent range helped, too.
Super Star may be similar to Adventure because both had the same director, Masahiro Sakurai.
I just wish that future game will use the Sakurai style (powers with lots of uses, emphasis on combat and some puzzles, Suplex and Yo-Yo) more often.
Oh yes! Yo-yo Kirby was one of my favorite powers!
I recognized the yo-yo kick immediately in Brawl, despite having only watched someone else play Super Star back then.
I prefer suplex.
In Superstar, I've got to go with Fire. Strongest attack in the game, bar Metaknight's big attack in Superstar Ultra. Hammer is a close second in this manner though.
The only Kirby game I hate is Kirby Canvas Curse.
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