Summary: The game has a wonderful atmosphere to it, making it the perfect game for children and casual gamers. Unlike the other Kirby games, Kirby does not get physically injured in Yarn form, but the game itself is enjoyable. It should also be known that Kirby does not obtain copy abilities rather changes form ( just a heads up for those who want to buy it ). The levels are ingenious and beautifully shown like a storybook, each world offering something creative and new.
Summary: Kirby's Epic Yarns is a lot of fun. The style is quite beautiful, and looks a lot better for a Wii game on my 50" HDTV, which was surprising after trying to play some other Wii titles again. It's a great game for kids, but it's also pretty fun for adults. I would certainly recommend this.
Summary: I am not really a video game player. In fact I tend to avoid video games at all cost because I tend to find them boring as well as painful since I have arthritis in both hands. Kirby's Epic Yarn though is not only fun but easy on my hands. The controls are simple to use, the movements are fun, and overall the game is just adorable. It's appropriate for all ages and since you can advance simply by reaching the end of a level it is not as frustrating for younger players.
If you are looking for a Kirby Game, look elsewhere.
James Taylor, Amazon
6 November 2013
Summary: I think that this game would have been better if it was not labeled as a Kirby game. It has rave reviews about the gameplay and the like, but I do not like the stark deviation from the Kirby formula. If this was released as a different IP, then I think I might have enjoyed it; but as it stands, I don't think that it's a solid entry in the series.