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Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Throwback Thursday: Kirby's Adventure

On the eve of Kirby's latest adventure for 3DS, we play the first two levels of the beloved pink ball's very first adventure on the NES.

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Kirby's Adventure came out in 1993 as a sequel of previous year's debut for the original Game Boy, and both were Masahiro Sakurai's proposal for beginner gamers. Pretty different to Mario's, Kirby's games have always been more frantic and accessible. This game also marks the first appearance of the trademark copying power of the round hero - it might not be 25 different abilities as in the 2014 3DS game, but possibilities and variety were really nice, and graphics were crazy for a NES game, as you can see with this Retro Gameplay clip.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

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Kirby: Triple Deluxe

REVIEW. Written by Thomas Blichfeldt

"Despite his lower tier standing in the pantheon of Nintendo characters, Kirby's still keeping up with the moustached plumbers and tie-wearing simians out there."

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