As part of a Kirby’s Return to Dream Land panel discussion on Nintendo’s “Iwata Asks”, the team at HAL Laboratory went into detail for the first time on the 11-year gap between console Kirby game releases. During that time, three titles featuring the pink puffball began development but were eventually scrapped.
Never count Nintendo out when sales are concerned, especially this generation. While recent earnings reports still put hardware sales down 31% from this same point last year (¥807.99 billion down from ¥1.182 trillion), software both new and old continues to rake in massive numbers.
Kirby’s first outing since the Crystal Shards finds him in a very different world. And he totally doesn’t suck anymore!
Reggie Fils-Aime announced a new Nintendo Wii title staring Kirby, that is slated for a release this fall. Most surprisingly, the art style of Kirby’s Epic Yarn, as the game is known, is a vast departure from previous games. The entire game appears to take place in a landscape consisting of various layers of cloth […]