Nintendo has announced a new Kirby game that will be releasing on the Nintendo Wii U though release date was announced. The game is titled Kirby and the Rainbow Curse and looks to make use of the Wii U's GamePad.
"Of course, the first Kirby game, Kirby’s Dream Land, didn’t have them – but most games don’t get everything right on the first try. The introduction of copying an enemy’s powers likely saved the series from falling into general obscurity.
With all that being said, the purpose of this article is to use my many years of Kirby experience, coupled with some good old fashioned, hand written charts, to create a list of my personal Top 10 Kirby Copy Abilities. As this is a subjective list, I’m ex..."
Just picked up a Wii? Well there are plenty of must haves for the Wii for first time Wii owners. Thankfully not all of them are first party Nintendo games. Games like Goldeneye, Metroid Prime 3, Donkey Kong Country Returns, the Resident Evil games, and of course the Mario games make the list. Best of all many of these games can be found on the cheap.
"These hand knitted items are one-of-a-kind creations, seeing how they are made by and for the fans. Sure, you can put a price on these prizes but expect to pay a pretty penny for them on your favorite auction Website of choice. Not only do they look amazing, the waves of nostalgia here are so high that anyone that has ever played any classic title (like, say, a Super Mario game), will instantly recognize their character in sewn form."
"So how do I feel about this, and Kirby's Epic Yarn? First of all, I definitely can't agree that the game deserves to be on any list of "worst games of 2010." Was it flawed? Definitely. Would it perhaps belong on at least someone's list of "most disappointing games of 2010"? Perhaps. The difficulty is one aspect, but I honestly think that Jensen is missing the point."
"While fortunate North American gamers have been digging into Kirby's Epic Yarn since October 17th, European Wii owners could only cast jealous glances across the Atlantic as the game languished without a release date. Now Nintendo of Europe has spoken: February 25th 2011 is the day Kirby comes to Europe."
No one is too old to play Kirby's Epic Yarn. Though the game may have a cutesy storybook design to it, gamers who take the time to actually play it will find a solid platforming experience that's worth a go on the Wii. If you own Nintendo's shiny console, you should play this game, even if you think you're too mature for it.
Even in his yarn state, Kirby can turn into a myriad of things in Kirby's Epic Yarn. Aside from his regular transformations, the pink hero can take on special forms after entering certain portals found in the game. Check out the top 3 special transformations in Kirby's Epic Yarn.
"Ah, the power of friendship. Getting your best bud together for a friendly co-op campaign or raid can bring forth not only a new gaming experience, but memories that will last forever (cue gag reflex). However, as these gamers prove, sometimes all it takes is a difficult level or partner to turn two friends into mortal enemies."
"Games that lack challenge are often shunned and looked down upon by most gamers. These games are short, easy, and not very fun. Kirby’s Epic Yarn for the Nintendo Wii is short and easy, but don’t let those attributes fool you; this game is impressively entertaining. Despite not posing a big challenge, Kirby’s Epic Yarn manages to offer an engaging, highly delightful gameplay experience thanks to its great level design, adorable aesthetics, and Kirby’s transformations, which are now more a par..."
"The whole crew is in this week to discuss a cavalcade of games including but not limited to: Super Meat Boy, Kirby's Epic Yarn, Costume Quest, Medal of Honor, Fallout New Vegas, Halo Reach, and something called Fist of the North Star.
Our self-purported book and movie clubs take a break, but we stay strong with another user email question and other miscellaneous talk."
Nintendo's current home console had quite a showing at this year's E3. With games like Goldeneye 007, Kirby's Epic Yarn, and more launching before the end of 2010, Wii owners are in store for some good gaming within the coming months. These are the top 5 Nintendo Wii games worthy of your preorder deposit right now.
The staff of TV and Lust collaborate to bring together a list of some of the great games coming in the fourth quarter this year, and discuss the games they are most anticipating, including Fable III, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and Super Scribblenauts.
"It took Nintendo a couple of years but they really got in the groove with their E3 conference this year after two disappointing presentations in 2008 and 2009. They seemed to be back on their game this year as they finally were able to find the balance with announcements that appeal to both the casual and core gamer crowds. We digested the press conference over night and look back at the good, the bad, the ugly, and what was missing in the Nintendo's E3 keynote presentation."
Kirby is finally back on home consoles with Kirby's Epic Yarn for Wii, announced by Nintendo at their E3 press conference. Another Kirby platformer with an all-new aesthetic. The game releases this Fall.
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