I mean, he does kill an awful lot of innocent people.
Come join me as everyone’s favorite pink puff ball tries to protect Dreamland from robotic invaders.
Kirby: Planet Robobot is a new Kirby game for the 3DS. You’ve got a Kirby mech that you upgrade, and there’s also a four-player co-op mode.
Apparently, some Smash Bros. players out there are frustrated at the strength of characters like Kirby and Pit – both characters from franchises that director Masahiro Sakurai created. Because if Kirby beat you, it’s obviously the creator’s fault.
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Kirby: Rainbow Curse has an art style not exactly common in games: one of clay. Everything in the game is made of it and it is animated as if it were claymation. And let me tell you, when you get a good look at the game up close, you'll wonder if it really is CG after all.
When Kirby debuted in 1992, he was a pink balloon thing on the original Game Boy. Now, 20 years later, he’s still a pink balloon thing—but one that is occasionally made of yarn or clay.
Back on the Wii, you saw everyone’s favorite pink blob turned into a ball of yarn. So now join me in his new Wii U adventure where he is a ball of clay.
2014: A wonderful year full of fantastic titles. Everyone on TAY has been singing praises of their best of the year, and after so many great Best Of lists, so I didn't feel like I had much more to say regarding that. Instead I invite you to take a look forward to what will be another great year in gaming. With so many…
Despite his iconic presence as one of Nintendo's foremost disgustingly cute characters, Kirby hasn't had a good, solid game of his own in a while. And while Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is taking a quirky route to stardom, this new trailer for the Japanese version of the game makes me think that's a good thing.
They've done Zelda, they've done Metroid and they've done Mario — what Nintendo properties are left for collectible maker First 4 Figures? How about a line of statues based on the many forms of the magnificent Kirby? This is going to get expensive.
Krang's home, Dimension X from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, is apparently Kirby's Dream Land, or at least that's how artist Tohad imagines it. He's been busy lately with badass mashups of video game characters and different regions of pop culture.
Nintendo is reviving one of the quirkier titles in its already quirky Kirby franchise for the Wii U, the company just announced during its E3 Nintendo Direct address. The new game is called Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, and it's a sequel to the cult favorite Kirby: Canvas Curse.
"You won't like me when I'm angry" might make sense as a tagline for an angsty green monster like the incredible hulk. A pudgy little pink one? Not so much.
This spectacular, Kirby-branded Game Boy Color would have been treasured by any self-respecting gamer of the nineties. The artist behind the custom handheld is French illustrator Oskunk—you can find more photos of his projects over at his blog.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe for the 3DS will be out on May 2 in North America. Here's a new trailer.
Confession time: I have never played a Kirby game before now. But if they are even half as well done as Kirby: Triple Deluxe, I really need to do the entire back catalog.
The newest Kirby game, Kirby Triple Star Deluxe came out on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan earlier this month, and its story mode is only the tip of the iceberg in what it has to offer.