Reviews and Problems with Kirby's Return to Dream Land
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Really fun game for adults and kids, would recommend it to all.
1 May 2014
Summary: Kirby was a really fun game with great graphics. I wish the game was longer/more difficult, I ended up beating it pretty quickly. I enjoyed it thoroughly and hope they continue to make games with my favorite fluffy guy :)
Summary: This is the best Kirby game on the Wii. Up to 4 players can play co-op story mode + there are mini games that are unlocked along the way. Controls- Simply hold the Wii mote sideways, use the D-pad and 1&2 buttons. Much like NES controls. Mini games use the wii waggle Graphics- Excellent for a Wii game Sound- some catchy music, sound effects, ect. Will remind you of the Super Nintendo version Gameplay- Completing the normal version unlocks hardmode.
Summary: This was my kids request for their birthday. We have several other games, but often I see them fighting over the game. But this one, they seem to team up together and have fun. So far I haven't heard them fighting over who is loosing or winning. It has been wonderful.
Summary: I love Nintendo and most of their franchises. I have had a special place in my heart for Kirby ever since the original gameboy game. This episode is even better than Epic Yarn with the special effects and higher definition graphics. Thank you Nintendo!
Summary: This is a pretty standard Kirby games. You have your 5 pop-star (Kirby's home planet) words; forest, ocean, desert, ice, and sky. The fun part of this game is the part where you travel to a different dimension. Sadly this part is only two worlds long. This game introduces some cool new powers like Spear and Water, and a few lame ones like Whip and Leaf. Overall it plays like a classic Kirby game with the notable exception of the Ultra powers.
Summary: I'm still not sure why this game is so expensive, but I have to say, my kids love it & it was a hit throughout the holidays. It was shipped very quickly. Both my 13 & 9 yr old love playing it, and they actually work TOGETHER while playing. (I guess that makes it worth the money!). When kids really want an Xbox, makes it difficult to find interesting Wii games....