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Kirby's Return to Dreamland (2011) Game Information

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Overall Rank:

673

Avg. Rating:

3.88/5

# of Ratings:

4

US Release Date:

10/24/2011

JP Release Date:

12/31/2011

Platform:

Wii

ESRB Rating:

E10+
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Multiplayer:

Local

Developer:

HAL Laboratory

Publisher:

Nintendo

Genres:

Action (2D Platformer)

Synopsis:

An alien ship has crash-landed on Pop Star, and Kirby must collect the pieces and help the aliens get back home. But he's not alone this time - up to four people can join in the fun taking control of Meta Knight, King Dedede and Waddle Dee as they help Kirby on his quest.

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  Chris Kavan
Chris Kavan
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05/05/2012 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

A Welcome Return Indeed

Even though Kirby (and his friends) have been around for quite awhile, I admit I've never taken more than a passing interest in the series: too kiddie (even when I was a kid) and all bright colors and no threat of ever losing. Plus, a super happy pink blob? Really? But even this jaded, FPS-loving "hardcore" gamer can be swayed to the lighter side, and with a good group of friends, the game really comes through and is a worthy title for the Wii.

Presentation: Graphically, I think this is one of the stronger titles I have played on the Wii. Sharp, crisp (and yes, quite cheerful and bright) - both the characters and level designs pop out at you. Whether swimming, flying or simply running for you life away from a wall of darkness, each level comes through. There is plenty of variety...

Rating of
4/5 

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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05/04/2012 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Kirby is a Superstar Again

Kirby, the shapeshifting pink blob, burst onto Nintendo platforms with his original Game Boy (Brick) outing, “Kirby’s Dreamland” by one of the most prominent Nintendo second-party developers, Hal Laboratories. The original ‘Kirby’ game was an incredibly easy 2D platformer with some fun new mechanics. Since then, the ‘Kirby’ series spawned a number of sequels in which Kirby’s repertoire of powers expanded, peaking in the SNES title (which has since been ported to the DS), “Kirby Superstar.” In recent years, however, Kirby has found himself more-often-than-not starring in spin-offs: Games that bear the ‘Kirby’ franchise name but none of the 2D platforming and enemy-eating that defined the character and his series. Enter “Kirby’s Return to Dreamland” (“KRtD”...

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