Reviews and Problems with Kirby's Return to Dream Land
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Kirby's Return to Dream Land
2 September 2013
Summary: Kirby was in line for a Wii game years before we finally saw Kirby's Epic Yarn , a platformer that turned Nintendo's adorable pink puffball into colored string and changed the series' formula considerably.
Excerpt: With brilliantly imaginative games like Canvas Curse, Epic Yarn and Mass Attack, the Kirby series has proven that it can re-invent itself and pull it off successfully every time. But what about classic Kirby?
Pros: Classic Kirby gameplay, over-the-top super abilities, Beautifully detailed animations, Playing with friends
Cons: When friends steal your power-ups, Seeing Kirby get hurt, Facing the final boss without friends
Excerpt: Last year, Kirby's Epic Yarn completely blew my mind. The game wasn't difficult, but it used this lack of toughness to provide a seemless experience that encouraged constant exploration, and it just dripped with pure charm. Personally, I didn't think a future Kirby title could top it.
Conclusion: Kirby's Return to Dreamland is the game die-hard fans have been waiting for for years. Though recent bouts have found the series moving in more of an experimental direction, the traditional Kirby game is what gamers will always want the series to revert back to.
Excerpt: A fórmula dos jogos do mascote rosinha da Nintendo sempre mudam. O que não muda é o fato deles serem, quase sempre, ótimos. As inovações que surgem na franquia, como mudanças na jogabilidade ou no estilo de arte, são sempre bem vindas, já que uma boa solução para manter uma franquia fresca e sem...