Summary: Kirby's Return to Dream Land is a side-scrolling adventure game where you can play on your own or with up to three of your friends. Kirby, in his many guises, is in control of the infamous foursome. Help him use his powerful Copy ability to inhale, spit or transform as enemies rise to the challenge.
Conclusion: In designing everything around the delightful textiles of Patch Land, co-developers HAL and Good-Feel have ensured that Kirby’s latest and greatest transcends any concerns of style being prioritised over substance – the substance of Epic Yarn is in the style.
Summary: Kirby’s Epic Yarn is one of the most beautiful games on the market today. While the Wii may not be as capable at pushing polygons, it’s still home to some stunning games as long as the hardware is in the right hands.
Excerpt: Like Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow , Kirby’s Epic Yarn bears little resemblance to the series it claims to continue. Shadow ’s flimsy connection was merely in letting you play as a Belmont descendent.
Summary: Kirby's Epic Yarn introduces an amazing new look based on animated yarn and a world of cloth and textiles. The creative approach is woven directly into the gameplay and allows the ever-morphing Kirby to take on a variety of new forms.
Summary: By placing the focus on enjoying various tricks and emotional high-points in each stage, Kirby’s Epic Yarn has shown us that a game doesn’t have to be hard to be fun. If you have a Wii, you should definitely check this one out.
Summary: Kirby’s Epic Yarn is yet another a fun whimsical game to add to Nintendo’s list of fantastic first party titles. The graphics are wonderful, the gameplay cute, and the story…well bizarre to say the least.
Summary: Stuffed with adorable and creative platforming action, Kirby’s Epic Yarn is an absolute joy to look at and play. There are lots of levels to go through, collectibles to grab and a lot of fun to be had in two-player mode.