Silly me. I thought the main draw of Kirby Mass Attack would be Kirby Mass Attack. Nope. The main mode of what I assume is Kirby's final game on the sunsetting Nintendo DS—the mode that gave this game its name—is a decent experiment in controlling 10 pink puffballs at once in a side-scrolling adventure.
We got a visit from the Kirby ice cream truck today, part of Nintendo's promotional push for September 19's Kirby Mass Attack, which just might be the last Nintendo-backed DS game. Maybe. (UPDATE: No. There's a new Prof. Layton coming out next month.)
Kirby has been kind to the Nintendo DS. He's been a good ambassador for the platform with Kirby Canvas Curse, Kirby: Squeak Squad and Kirby Super Star Ultra. His next DS game, Kirby Mass Attack, looks to continue the streak of good, dual-screen portable Kirby games.
Nintendo has a habit of being especially uptight about the press' use of imagery from E3. Nintendo sent a message along with the screenshots they distributed at the show, stating that the enclosed images were "prioritized", and that magazines and blogs like ourselves should try to use the higher rated images if you…
We got to check out a snippet of the upcoming Kirby DS game, Kirby Mass Attack while walking the Nintendo booth today. As you'll see in the video, many of the game's mechanics eluded me. Basically, there are a whole multitude of little Kirbys grouped together, and you lead them around using the stylus. On occasion,…
Kirby is headed to the Nintendo DS with Kirby Mass Attack. This is the game's latest trailer. Watch it. Or not.