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Kirby’s Return to Dream Land: When stars align again

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: News, Retro, Wii U

Kirby’s next console adventure began development in the year 2000, right after Crystal Shards wrapped up. Originally a GameCube project, the focus was always on a multiplayer feature that would allow up to four players to enjoy Dream Land together. Sadly, this project would be scrapped, refocused, discussed and shelved…

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Collectors Corner: DS Lite

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: 3DS, News, Retro

Welcome to Collectors Corner! Each week I’ll be bringing you a special article on the special editions of consoles and other Nintendo merchandise that I love. Ever since I was a kid Nintendo’s special editions have stood out to me, and I’m excited to share that passion with you all….

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Kirby: Squeak Squad: Everything old is new again

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: News, Retro

After the diversion that was Kirby: Canvas Curse, HAL took the pink puffball back to his roots in 2006 with Kirby: Squeak Squad. The franchise hadn’t seen a classic, original, single-player only Kirby adventure since the N64 days, which put a lot of pressure on Squeak Squad to deliver some…

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Kirby: Canvas Curse: Pastel perfect

Categories: News, Retro, Wii U

Most of us have that one, single game we can point to that eventually pushed us towards purchasing Nintendo’s latest and greatest hardware release. If you were lucky, that game was a launch title, but sometimes it came much later in a console generation’s lifespan. Back in 2004 with the…

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