Developer: HAL Laboratory
Platform: Nintendo 3DS Family Systems
Release Date: 3rd of November, 2017 (EU), 30th of November, 2017 (JP) & 19th of January, 2018 (EU & NA) Continue reading [Review] Kirby Battle Royale (Nintendo 3DS)
While Kirby Battle Royale isn’t due out in North America until the 19th of January, 2018, it’s out next month for Europe and today Nintendo has come forwards to announce all kinds of details about the game, including a demo that is available to those in Europe, which if downloaded and played, the save data can carry over to the main game and unlock Meta Knight as a fighter and we’ve got the full details right here:
Continue reading [Press Release] Its Kirby vs Kirby when Kirby Battle Royale Launches on 3DS this November for Europe with a Demo out Now!
Kirby may not be making an appearance on Switch until 2018, but he’s made plenty of appearances on the likes of many other platforms and thanks to an all new European sale, the games are now even more affordable and here’s Nintendo UK with the complete lowdown:
Continue reading [Europe] Celebrate 25 Years of Kirby with a 25% off Kirby Sale!
Though this post will read as posted on July 10th, It will actually July 11th in Japan by the time this post goes live due to the different time zones around the world. As most Gamers will know, especially Nintendo fans. July 11th 2015 was the day Nintendo and the world lost an incredible man. Satoru Iwata, brought so much joy to the world. So much that some people didn’t even realise that Iwata San was behind most of their favourite franchises or that they just didn’t reconize the name.
Today marks the second anniversary of his passing so we just wanted pay our respects to the man once again for the joy he has brought into our lives. I also wanted to share our 1st year anniversary video which includes some chosen words from some of our Team Members here at Miketendo64 that we uploaded last year in respect to the late, great Nintendo President that was Satoru Iwata.
We’ve already got the Japanese date (4th of July,) the North American release date (July 6th) and now thanks to Nintendo of Europe, we’ve got the European release date!
Continue reading [Europe] Kirby’s Blowout Blast Blasts its Way to Release on July 6th
Kirby’s Blowout Blast may have been missing from Nintendo’s E3 antics, but it is very much so still on the way as the game is set to launch next month!
Continue reading New Kirby’s Blowout Blast Game Details and NA & JP Release Dates!
Genre: Action – Platformer
Developer: HAL Laboratory
With the recent announcement that there is a new Kirby game in development for the Nintendo Switch – it’s a good time to go back and review Kirby’s humble beginnings in his first ever game on the NES.
With the NES pulling out all the stops to push the machine to its limits in its late generation, 1993 brought us a new platformer that pushed every ounce of power into it and a new Nintendo gaming icon was born.
Kirby’s Adventure had the most colourful art pallet a 3D background that included towers that appear to rotate in three dimensions. It was one of the largest games Nintendo ever released at 6 megabits.
Kirby introduced more to the platform genre in gameplay where you had the ability to inhale enemies and steal their powers to use on themselves. This gave a fun advantage to the game. Kirby could also inflate and fly over a short period of time.
The gameplay was a simple pick up and play. Go through a level, defeat enemies and then an end of level boss. The game consists of seven worlds and a warp star door which enables Kirby to travel from world to world.
Kirby’s Adventure still holds up today with it’s colorful graphics and fun style gameplay and stands out as another legendary Nintendo franchise that’s added to their list of quality excellence.
Pink Power, Classic
Whether the original NES adventure for Kirby will come to the Virtual Console is unknown – but Kirby’s future is sure set for it’s new Nintendo Switch release. And we won’t see this pink marshmallow disappear anytime soon.
Just in case two more 3DS Kirby games aren’t enough, a new Kirby game has been announced during the Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2017 video.
While no title or exactly release date has been given, Kirby and friends will make their debut on Nintendo Switch in 2018 and if you missed the reveal trailer, you can see it here:
There’s also a new fact sheet for the game, which you can see right here:
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The pink puff is back—in HD—and he’s not alone:
Kirby™ is back—and he’s finally on the Nintendo Switch console in HD! But this time, he’s not alone. Recruit enemies by hitting them with hearts and gather helpers for a party of up to four characters. On top of that, you can join with up to three friends for a different kind of team-up action!
The newest Kirby title comes to the Nintendo Switch console in HD.
Recruit up to three enemies as helpers by hitting them with hearts.
Returning copy abilities include, Sword, Fire, Water, Bomb, Broom and many more!
Imbue copy abilities with different elements, such as wind, water, fire and electricity, by borrowing or giving them to helpers to add more attack power, unleash powerful attacks, or solve puzzles.
Up to 4 players can join in with the horizontal Joy-Con™ controller configuration, or 8 Joy-Con with 4 Joy-Con Grips.
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Source: Nintendo (YouTube)
The loveable pink ball puff known as Kirby celebrated his 25th anniversary last April. Two representatives from the company that created Kirby, known as HAL Laboratory have taken to Miiverse to thank their fans and to commemorate the occasion. Satoshi Ishida begins with a short introduction and Shinya Kumazaki takes it from there. You can read the post below.
However, that isn’t all as in the comments, they also post a password for Team Kirby Clash Deluxe which can get you extra items in game including Gem Apples and Light, Fire & Water Fragments. You can find the password in the following Screenshot.
The third round of the Kirby: Planet Robobot Ask-a-thon is now available on Miiverse (and here) and Director Shinya Kumazaki gives his answers on topics such as Copy Abilities, Characters and game difficulty, along with a few more including where some of the game’s sound affects come from. You can check it out in full below.
The Metroid collab may be set to continue until the 15th of September, but come the 16th Miitomo will be replacing Samus Aran with Kirby as a whole bunch of items will be available via Miitomo Drop! Our gift box, the Miitomo Shop and My Nintendo, but before we even get to that stage, there’s a retweet event happening right now! Continue reading Miitomo’s Next Star Collab is With None Other Than Kirby!
Satoshi Ishida and Shinya Kumazaki from HAL Laboratory have taken to Miiverse again to answer some fan questions about Kirby: Planet Robobot in their Kirby: Planet Robobot Ask-a-thon Round 2. Such questions include How did the Halberd get repaired so quickly? What is Meta Knightmare‘s connection with the rest of the game plotwise? Why did Haltmann lose his memories? All that can be found out below: Continue reading Kirby: Planet Robobot Ask-a-thon Round 2
Shinya Kumazaki of Hal Laboratory hosted a “Kirby: Planet Robobot Ask-a-thon” over on Miiverse in which fans were able to ask the director questions about the game. Questions included “How long it took to develop?” “Did earlier titles influence the game?” “How did they come up with the name?” and “Is Susie Haltmanns’s daughter?” You can check out the full Q&A underneath the Miiverse Post extract below. Continue reading Kirby: Planet Robobot Ask-A-Thon Part 1
As you probably know Kirby is a side scrolling platformer and this latest instalment is no different in that respect. But with a twist. You can now control a robobot during certain points in a level. Kirby can aquire abilities during a level such as ice, fire, electricity, oil, and power ups such as invincibility, bombs and many more. You can also aquire fighting powerups/weapons like swords, ninja stars(or what looks like it) and kickboxing etc. Continue reading Kirby Planet Robobot: First Impressions