Summary: Do people still love Kirby? Or is he and his games a giant cloud of memories wrapped loosely in nostalgia. Kirby's Dreamland was one of the best, most tightly controlled, games on the Gameboy. It was here that the little pink puffball solidified his place in Nintendo's gaming history.
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.
Outstanding visual effects. Classic Nintendo gameplay and innovation!
R. Solivan "Technologist & Gamer", Amazon
9 April 2013
Summary: This is most certainly one of the Wii's best looking games. It's representation of cloth and yarn is truly fantastic! All in all it's certainly one of the most fun Wii games and is perfect for children of all ages :)
Summary: This game is different from other Kirby games and one of the few games that didn't have Kirby's trademark move -> The ability to inhale an enemy and copy an ability. This is because explained in gameplay, Kirby is turned into yarn and can only use yarn to attack his enemies.