Turn Kirby’s enemies into new pals. Up to 4 player co-op. Tons of classic returning friends. Team up for impressive super-moves. Amiibo compatible. Free DLC.
One of Kirby’s priciest adventures.
Includes Kirby’s Dream Course and Kirby Super Star, which sports 8 games by itself! 2 SNES controllers. Features 19 other superb Super Nintendo games.
The most expensive Kirby game bundle available.
Wildly varied levels and worlds. New abilities like Poison, Beetle, and Hypernova. Brilliant use of 3D. Fun mini-games like Dedede’s Drum Dash. Unlockable Dedede adventure.
No Amiibo support.
The Robobot Armor is pure destructive fun. Explore a mechanized Dream Land. Tons of stickers to collect. Unlockable Meta Knight adventure. Supports all Amiibo.
Not too difficult to complete.
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The most famous pink puffball in all of Dream Land made his video game debut in 1992 with Kirby’s Dream Land for the original Game Boy, and he shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Kirby is well-known for inhaling baddies to copy their abilities, giving players a wide range of new ways to play, such as the Stone, Spark, Yo-Yo, Wing, and UFO powers. Whether the pint-sized hero is battling King Dedede for the legendary Star Rod or clobbering giant machines in his own rosy Robobot Armor, all of Kirby’s games are accessible, creatively designed, and a blast to play for gamers of all ages.
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