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Three sylables. A-MA-ZING. I love it! The game is great. Sure it sounds like it's previous version, kirby superstar, but it is bigger. the worlds have expanded to six basic games of their own,spring breeze, dynablade, the great cave offensive, gormet race, the revenge of meta knight, and milky way wishes. Each of them with there own special twist. There are also three unlockable sub games, and movies too. Another twist is the arena, where every boss in the entire game come to fight you. If anyone is new to kirby this game is the perfect start!
This game, as everyone knows, is the sequel to Kirby Super Star for the Super Nintendo (SNES). The whole idea is that it's a whole bunch of games in one. Well, that's the idea, but basically, you play the same game with different rules. That's not a bad thing, but still. You have many things to do, from exploring vast lands above and below ground, to racing King Dedede and fighting Meta Knight. There are even some mini-games.
Some Good Aspects: Something that's relatively new in the Kirby series is the fact that you can turn an enemy power into a CPU helper to fight alongside you. You and your helper have several different abilities in each power that requires a certain button combination or certain area in standing.
If you have a friend, go to town and either battle with him/her, or fight alongside him/her.
Some Bad Aspects: The Mini-games, which require consistence in moving the stylus, are very hard sometimes. You always fight against three CPUs, unless you're playing with a friend, that are almost always faster and more accurate than you.
Many things in this game are challenging, and other things require no effort at all. Regardless, it's one of the hardest Kirby games I've ever played.
I recommend this game for some hard-core players, and some skilled kids, too. This game gets an 8/10.