Kirby Star Allies (Switch)

  • Web Code: 10739697
  • Release Date: 03-16-2018
$79.99
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Overview

Kirby Star Allies for Nintendo Switch blends classic Kirby action with exciting new copy abilities. With Planet Popstar in trouble, Kirby must use his expanded skills to band together with his enemies, using friend hearts to charm his foes and get them to fight alongside him.

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  • When a new evil threatens Planet Popstar, Kirby needs to band together with this enemies
  • Use friend hearts to charm enemies and they’ll fight alongside you
  • Enjoy new and expanded copy abilities alongside classic Kirby action
  • Combine abilities with elements such as ice or fire to create new friend abilities
  • Take baddies out by taking advantage of their elemental weaknesses
  • Drop-in and drop-out co-op mode allows up to 3 other players to take control of Kirby’s new friends
  • Play through the entire game with up to 4 players or with CPU friends
  • Some bosses and enemies are weak to certain elemental attacks, so remember to strategize
ESRBRating-E10+

ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+

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  • from Winnipeg, MB
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Slow and repetitive with WAY too many loading screens

I really wanted to love this game... but when Zelda proved you can have a huge open world with almost no loading screens... platfomers like this with literally a loading screen every two minutes seem antiquated. It makes no sense at all. The game, although cute, is extremely repetitive and fairly simple. For me, this was a rare Nintendo fail.


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