Monday, June 18, 2012

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System Requirements
* OS: Windows XP, Vista ,Windows 7, Mac or Linux
* CPU: Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.0 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2000+
* RAM: 1 GB
* HDD: 7 GB free disk space
* Graphics: 128 MB Graphics Memory
* Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible
* DirectX: Version 9

Key Features:
Everyone loves Kirby. He’s like the Raymond of the video game world. His squishy cuteness has captivated even the most hardcore gamers. However, his latest series of games seem to have lost the spirit of the original Kirby games, forgoing the classic copy abilities system for other mechanics. Kirby’s Return to Dreamland marks the return to these original concept, named after the ever-popular Nightmare in Dreamland. But how does this title stack up against the nostalgic past of Kirby? Find out after the jump!

You’ll see immediately as you start the game the familiar childish story introduction with about as much depth as a kiddy pool, the clever food-named worlds, and the classic sidescroller gameplay. The visuals are nice, and as in most Nintendo games, are some of the nicest on the Wii. The bright colors and cheesy design makes the game very kid-friendly but could alienate some older gamers.
This game indeed takes after its predecessors, featuring a small group of mainly original abilities and only a few, well thought out additions. However, there’s a twist. The new abilities have SO mush depth! Abilities both old and new are filled with pages of attacks and capabilites in the pause screen’s ability description, and while using most of them combat is fun, intuitive, and allows for creativity. You’ll find yourself discovering a new combo while screwing with a copy ability’s attacks, or mistakenly pressing the buttons to trigger an even more flashy and powerful attack.

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