Reviews and Problems with Kirby's Dream Collection
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Gonzalo Orona, Amazon
30 October 2014
Summary: I've played it for a few weeks now and just can't get enough. The whole collection is simply amazing. The challenge stages really impressed me, since I had not enjoyed Return to Dreamland's. No, because these had you compete in timed arenas with fighter and smash Kirby, intense races against Magolor, and your regular timed challenge stages. They are a great improvement from Return to Dreamland's own challenge stages. The 6 titles are great as well.
Summary: For over 22 years, that familiar enemy-swallowing, copying-ability hero named Kirby has been in gamers' hearts. Nintendo has continued to release wave after wave of Kirby titles after its grand entrance back in 1992. And 6 of those games are in one package -- right here on the Nintendo Wii! There's also some additional "challenge stages" that are based off of 2011's "Kirby's Return To Dream Land.
Could of bought it for 30 bucks at one point but at 45 its still good (my loss
DJ MIXSHADOW, Amazon
24 September 2014
Summary: Took me a while to purchase it until I realized that the price kept going up as time goes by. Could of bought it for 30 bucks at one point but at 45 its still good (my loss :p). BUY IT WHILE YOU CAN!!!!, next thing you know this classic collection will for for 100 bucks. I still have my unopen Mario anniversary game which i'm in no rush to open it since the game is practically a rom for the snes version. But don't know if i'll be able to do the same with this one.
Summary: Kirby's Dream collection, published in 2012 in celebration of 20 years for the pink-puff. It was the last title Nintendo published for the Wii console. You get a big colorful cover box which is mostly pink because of all the Kirby(s) that populate it. Inside you will find another box, the game case with a cover art that looks like someone took a plank of wood and seared the titles right on..