Unlike the previous games, which were classic 2D jump ‘n’ runs, Kirby now moves through the world in all three dimensions for the first time. As before, eating enemies and objects grants Kirby their powers. This time around he can spit fire and ice, and also gets to use weapons such as hammers and cannons. Kirby can also take the shape of large objects, such as cars or metal pipes. This helps not only in battles, but also in the tricky puzzles that have to be solved.
Sucking up everything in the path has always been the way ahead for Kirby, the pink puffball hero of the Kirby games. In the most recent instalment, Kirby and the Forgotten Land, he finds himself in entirely new territory. When a wormhole emerges above Kirby’s tranquil home planet, he is drawn into a new, post-apocalyptic world where a violent Beast Pack has kidnapped and buried the Waddle Dees all over the place. Kirby’s mission is to locate them and restore order.
And although the world isn’t quite as cheerful as in other Kirby games, with its abandoned shopping malls, beautiful beaches, and colourful fairs, variety is guaranteed.
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