Nintendo just revealed that two games featured on Kirby Triple Deluxe are getting released as standalone downloadable 3DS titles for Japan. Kirby Fighters Z and DeDeDe's Drum Dash Z will be out July 23, both with new content. No word yet on a Western release.
"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.
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.
Sucking is usually a bad thing—unless of course you’re playing Kirby.
The coolest thing about Kirby has always been his ability to suck in his enemies and absorb their powers. And the newest game in the series, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, definitely has plenty of that.
Nintendo's upcoming Kirby game for the 3DS now has an official name, the Hypernova super-sucking ability, and an all-Kirby Smash Bros. mini-game.
Kirby's back! And he's looking... as good as he always does, really. It's Kirby!