Summary: " Kirby: Super Star Ultra " is a bit of a half-assed upgrade. Graphically, it doesn’t look much better than a SNES game, whilst the FMV looks like a PS1 game. The individual games themselves don’t link that well, and there’s also not that much content if you aren’t interested in multiplayer or...
Excerpt: What is Kirby? Yes, I know he's a pink blob, but what exactly is he? Mario's a human being. Donkey Kong is an ape. Link is an elf-like boy. What is Kirby? WELL? WELL? Wikipedia says he's (he's definitely a he, isn't he?
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a remake of an old Super NES game. The game contains a series of short platform-style games, some perhaps too short. It's E-rated, with mild cartoon violence that includes the use of a sword and some shooting.
Excerpt: I had the chance to review the latest DS release by Nintendo, Kirby Super Star Ultra. This is a game that first saw the light of day on the SNES in 1996. It is yet another game that has been resurrected and given a second chance on the Nintendo DS.
Summary: The Kirby franchise is a little weird. Whenever one comes along, it tends to be cut from the same cloth: a colorful, well-designed platformer with no challenge factor to speak of, often designed to be someone’s first video game.
Conclusion: Kirby Super Star Ultra is a collection of some of the best action Kirby has ever seen. The various sub-games are entirely self-contained, bite-sized experiences, all of which contain some sort of unique gameplay elements to help differentiate them from their brethren.
Excerpt: Kirby Super Star Ultra is a remake of the excellent Super NES platforming classic Kirby Super Star, with improved graphics, some touch screen minigames, funny animated cut scenes and more game modes.