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- Use friend hearts to charm enemies and they'll fight alongside you! drop-in/drop-out co-op: up to three other players can take control of kirby's new friends
- Play through the entire game with up to four players or with CPU friends Kirby and his friends have fresh moves thanks to new and expanded Copy abilities
- Combine abilities with elements such as wind and water to create new friend abilities some bosses and enemies are weak to certain elemental attacks, so remember to Strategize
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When a new evil threatens planet pop star, Kirby will need a little help from his.Enemies?! by making friends out of foes, up to three players can drop in or out of the adventure at any time. With new and expanded copy abilities, classic Kirby action is deeper than ever: combine abilities with elements such as ice or Fire to create new friend abilities! with tons bosses and enemies standing in your way, Kirby has a new bag of tricks. Take baddies out by taking advantage of their elemental weaknesses. Features: use friend hearts to charm enemies and they'll fight alongside you! drop-in/drop-out co-op: up to three other players can take control of Kirby's new friends play through the entire game with up to four players or with CPU friends Kirby and his friends have fresh moves thanks to new and expanded copy abilities combine abilities with elements such as Wind and Water to create new friend abilities some bosses and enemies are weak to certain elemental attacks, so remember to strategize additional accessories required for multiplayer mode. Game, system and some accessories sold separately.
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I think the biggest problems we had were that when there’s a lot going on it’s easy to lose track of which character you are, and the load times when walking through doorways were frequent and a couple seconds too long. One other nitpick I have: i think the button layout is a little bad. When I need to ditch a power to absorb another I have to hold down ‘Y’, but usually my teammates have killed the enemy I want before I can do so. The games generous with enemy respawns so it’s never a big deal, but this is definately not a precision platformer.
Some things I like - the helper characters and combo powers are reminiscent of previous Kirby games, even if the combos don’t function the same way as they did back then. The game looks great, I cannot understand why people would complain about the visuals here - my wife and I were both enjoying the animation details in the environment and especially the character models. And yes - it’s an easy game. We made it through 3 worlds and we only died once (my fault, actually). But easy is kinda the point if you ask me.
This is coming from someone who’s played almost all the games in this series. I don’t enjoy it as much as I did Superstar or Planet Robobot, but I like it more than Return to Dreamland and Triple Deluxe. Recommended for couch co-op with a less experienced gamer, or for anybody looking to relax and play an unabashedly easy and happy game.
Following beating the campaign, you're treated to a minigame as the credits roll, which is welcome: If you're going to make me sit through unskippable credits, at least make it entertaining. If you're playing co-op, this is a good way to get a little competitive with your friends and see who can rack up the highest score. Once the credits are done, you unlock two new game modes for play, in addition to the two minigames unlocked from the start of the game extending the game's playability following the main story. I've yet to play these, so I can't comment on them just yet.
From a technical standpoint, there are a few minor issues. Playing in docked mode on my TV, I did notice some parts of the game, particularly boss battles, where the framerate does seem to dip fairly low and did get a little choppy, but not enough to inhibit gameplay. It was more of a minor inconvenience than anything. The control scheme is manageable, but people playing on Joy-Cons beware: the very final battle does require some quick, repeated button-presses that I found to be slightly challenging with my big, meaty paws on the tiny buttons.
All in all, I would recommend this game. Kirby has been one of those franchises that I've been playing since my SNES days. Even ignoring my nostalgia for this game, it was still a lot of fun,