the next game of Kirby on Nintendo Switch it is almost ready, it comes out on February 24, less than a year after its most celebrated (and sold) adventure, Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
If last year we played with a Kirby in 3D, this time we return to the classic 2D gameplay with a remaster of Kirby’s Adventure Wiithe title that we enjoyed on Wii in 2011 and that marked a return to Kirby’s roots for the following decade, marking the path of deliveries on 3DS or the previous one on Switch, Kirby Star Allies.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe it will improve the Wii’s graphics and controls, keeping the four-way multiplayer, but also adding new content, such as new transformations… and mini-games, which will make it almost almost a “Kirby Party”.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe Minigame Trailer
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe – Minijuegos
Although Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe is a 2D platform game, we can visit the “amusement park” from the menu Merry Magoland. Here we will meet Maglor, manager of the park, who will invite us to try 10 attractions that are actually Minigames for four players.
There are two new minigames in this remaster, Maglor’s Grimoire Hunter, but the other eight are from other games in the Kirby series (not just the Wii one).
One of them, Kirby Samurai, is a reflex duel inspired by Draw from Kirby’s Fun Pa on SNES (available on Nintendo Switch Online) and Kirby Nightmare in Dream Land on Game Boy Advance. In this we can compete with 99 people online!
There will be skill-based ones, like Egg Catcher, in which you have to catch eggs and dodge bombs, and others with more action, like Booming Blasters, in which Kirby, Meta Knight, Rey Dedede, and Waddle Dee are armed with bazookas.
There is little left forFebruary 24release date for Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe on Nintendo Switch, which will apparently also have a new playable epilogue… although they may announce it in the next Nintendo Direct.
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