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Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards review (N64)
5 August 2008
Excerpt: may have been short and easy, but it was never boring, with levels often vertically oriented to take advantage of Kirby’s flight capabilities. Kirby can still fly here (though the ability is more limited), but most of these stages could be completed by any generic platformer star: Walk forward, defeat a few enemies, jump a few times, move on.
Excerpt: Kirby is quite possibly the least cared about of the major Nintendo franchise characters anymore, with the rejuvenation of the Metroid series. Such is likely a result of the fact that Kirby's games are likely one of the things that caused Nintendo to get its kiddy image. I guess I have to admit that Kirby games do usually have more cutesy graphics than most mature adults would enjoy, but the graphical style is very fitting for the type of games that they are, relaxing...
Excerpt: The original grey Nintendo Game Boy was a huge success when it was released in 1988. Millions of kids (and adults) picked up the new portable game system and a number of games, such as Tetris and Super Mario Land , the latest in the Mario series. While Super Mario Land captured the fun of the original NES game, the game suffered from a serious hardware limitation.
Excerpt: O jogo Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards mantêm a tradição dos outros já lançados da mesma franquia: Interatividade, baixo nível de dificuldade e uma variedade na jogabilidade. Mas, como todos os outros lançamentos de franquias já conhecidas feitas para Nintendo 64, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards trás novas dinâmicas aos jogadores e uma variedade ainda maior.