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Kirby's Epic Yarn Review

A lovely opportunity to catch a glimpse of the series dressed up in a unique coat of paint

Kirby games have always been the source of somehow mixed reactions from even the most avid Nintendo fans; while some gamers will look at his adventures as a fantastic way to chill and have fun in between more demanding releases, others will claim the total lack of difficulty Kirby’s games provide makes it hard to actually enjoy and focus on them. 1,461 more words

Nintendo

Rory's Wii U Game of May 2015

My Wii U Game of the Month for May 2015 is one that features a pink ball as a protagonist. This particular pink ball doesn’t possess his usual abilities in this game, but that’s not going to stop him from setting out on an adventure to save his homeland. 253 more words

Nintendo

[REVIEW] Kirby: Triple Deluxe

By Dan Spence on May 20th 2015

Kirby: Triple Deluxe represents Kirby’s first official outing on the 3DS, and frankly, it’s one of the most enjoyable Kirby games yet. 1,170 more words

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Review: Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush

Platforms WiiU Developer HAL Laboratory Publisher Nintendo

Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush (known as Kirby and the Rainbow Curse in North America) is a 2D platformer in which you play as the tiny, adorable pink ball the game is named after. 2,174 more words

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The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz

I want everyone to give a warm welcome to Matt Gerardi, the newest member of the Critics Circle! You can check out some of his work… 145 more words

The Roundup

Review: BoxBoy! (GamesBeat)

I ran through Hal Laboratory’s monochromatic puzzler, giving it more attention than Nintendo’s marketing department did. Turned out to be an impressive little downloadable nugget pitched rather perfectly for newer puzzlers.

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Gamesbeat

Boxes, Boxes, and more Boxes (Box Boy Review)

When I took a look at Box Boy for the very first time, I felt as though I shouldn’t like it. Something about it reminded me of the darker times of the iOS App Store (and as a former reviewer of those games, I can say this), when the experiences were cheap, and far from interesting. 449 more words

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