Summary: This game is fun and everything. Fun to play with a brother, but its too short. I don't recommend it unless you are a huge fan of Kirby. It has 6 many worlds and challenging bosses with beautiful scenery and landscapes made from yarn. :)
Summary: I purchased this recently along with another game but have found myself playing this one more.I have only gone through two of the worlds and must admit that i have been having alot of fun with it.Yes it is easy for the most part i haven't really been challenged but regardless i am enjoying myself...
Different style of kirby, fun to play and good two player game.
10 January 2012
Summary: I got this cause I liked the kirby games. Though it is not like the old kirby games it still was fun. Being a yarn kirby that changes shape not into things like did with old versions of kirby. I liked it mostly cause it was a good two player game.
Adorable little game, perfect for younger gamers and Kirby faithful.
7 January 2012
Summary: Kirby's Epic Yarn is the tenth installment of the Kirby video game series, and a return to a more traditional platformer game. This game is absolutely adorable. It is Kirby's first venture on to the Wii. Epic Yarn is set in Patch Land, as opposed to Kirby's usual Dream Land location.
Summary: This was a gift for my son and he loves the game. He's gotten his older brother to play it with him and I've even played some. The game was in great condition and it was a very speedy delivery. Thank you
Summary: I received this for my birthday. When I looked at it, I thought "Hey, this looks like a fantastic game!" I put the game in the Wii, and thought it was EXCELLENT! Now that I've had it for a month, I still like it, but not as much as before. Why? Read my review of Kirby's Epic Yarn to find out!
Summary: I purchased this game with my 5 1/2 year old son in mind. He's played many other different genre games so I knew he'd be good with the fabric theme of the game. I am not a Kirby fan from days of yore, so it doesn't bother me that this game is a departure for the franchise.
Summary: My teenagers like the game itself, but they don't care for the storyline so they ignore that part. They don't play it much as they bought Animal Crossing at the same time and are sooooooooo into it that they hardly touch any of their other games now.