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  • Summary: Power through bosses as a team of four!

    In pretty much the best team up ever, Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, and Kirby must unite to do battle in this free-to-start multiplayer action game! Choose from four roles to make your own Kirby crew, take on bosses, level up, and try out new challenges in
    Power through bosses as a team of four!

    In pretty much the best team up ever, Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, and Kirby must unite to do battle in this free-to-start multiplayer action game! Choose from four roles to make your own Kirby crew, take on bosses, level up, and try out new challenges in this clash of power and puffiness. Are you a Sword Hero? Hammer Lord? Beam Mage? Or Doctor Healmore?!

    No matter what, each mighty role offers up a unique way to play. Puff up your power by crafting new weapons and spending materials at the shop to receive even MORE weapons, not to mention armor and items. Beyond the main game, there's also a ton of quests and a brand-new challenge system. Plus, tapping compatible amiibo figures/accessories will earn you extra fragments to help craft new gear! Are you ready? For Kirby, the answer is always fight and flight.

    -Beat down powerful bosses on a team of four players in this free-to-start action game!
    -Four roles to choose from: Sword Hero, Hammer Lord, Beam Mage, and Doctor Healmore
    -Earn EXP to level up heroes and strengthen their stats
    -Craft new equipment with materials you collect from quests
    -Use Vigor to enter battle (recharges over time)
    -Purchase additional Gem Apples in Nintendo eShop, which can be used to craft and obtain new items or to restore vigor
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. May 30, 2020
    80
    Quotation forthcoming.
  2. Apr 13, 2017
    47
    As a huge Kirby fan, it pains me to say that I'm very disappointed with Team Kirby Clash Deluxe. From the manipulative freemium model to gameplay that devolves into an annoying exercise of patience; Kirby has definitely seen better days.
  3. Nintendo Force Magazine
    Jun 23, 2017
    40
    In the context of being a free extra attached to Planet Robobot, I thought Team Kirby Clash was great. Like this? Not so much. [Issue #28 – July/August 2017, p. 19]
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 15
  2. Negative: 4 out of 15
  1. May 2, 2017
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. It's good. Free but I can buy it if I want (honestly you shouldn't put much, if any into the game though). Decently generous with the apples, slow in the beginning but as long as you follow the path of the beam mage, you'll be fine and will probably never need to upgrade the other classes. The only ugly gate in the game is the final superboss unlock cost, which is quite unfair by the game's otherwise extremely lenient standards. I managed to get to the final boss gate with little concern for apples up to that point, with my mage in proper gear and a highly upgraded vigordex. The vigor aspect is almost meaningless once you reach around level 24, especially with a level 3 or higher boost item for it. Never buy any gear after the 2nd tier gear and you can still get to the boss that will unlock the gear that can easily crush the rest of the game as a mage, and you'll have apples left to spare. The battles are fun, and often before you get the best mage gear, you'll actually experience challenge in them, which is odd for a Kirby game outside of Arena.
    Overall I'd recommend it. Just remember, don't upgrade until you can get the mage Rarity 8 gear, and visitors are good crutches if you can't beat a level.
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  2. Sep 13, 2021
    10
    This game is godlike. Many people just dislike this game because they are Kirby haters and Mario lovers. I am not one of them.
  3. May 5, 2018
    9
    Juego me encanta. Lo único que no me gusta es que solo hay cuatro habilidades y que para avanzar osea conseguir algunas armas y seguir con losJuego me encanta. Lo único que no me gusta es que solo hay cuatro habilidades y que para avanzar osea conseguir algunas armas y seguir con los niveles es casi necesario comprar manzanas. Expand
  4. May 1, 2017
    7
    Nintendo makes some choices we don't like, one being a free to play Kirby game based on a mini game of planet robobot, which is great on it'sNintendo makes some choices we don't like, one being a free to play Kirby game based on a mini game of planet robobot, which is great on it's own. As a rpg lover, this game was a godsend....but it was a free to play game which meant, tadah, in game purchases. I been playing this game for weeks, with friends and on my own. I haven't spent a single penny, but the buddy i play with have and there's a huge advantage. They could buy double xp, get more fragments and by extension wait less time for vigor. Armor is easier to obtain and the part that makes me livid the most is the part where the game makes you use valuable gem apples, currency that is used for everything, to unlock a new quest. This game has some upside though, it creates impressive and even fun multiplayer gameplay, tough and planning for solo, and street pass allows you to use other players as your A.I. Companions. There are ways to obtain gem apples aviat being tedious. Like the hero quests, small side quests that help out, and the other method the gem apple tree, which at the start of the game gives you a nice 5 apples every twelve hours, of course this tree can grow and produce more apples by buying apples. Not exactly helpful at all. The game has a lot of fanservice and I enjoy it more than that, especially the final boss. Overall this game is very enjoyable and worth a try since you can play it for free and free to complete. Expand
  5. Jul 30, 2018
    6
    My opinion... i think this game is not bad and this have a lot of boss and all... but just this need some more things because juste beat bossMy opinion... i think this game is not bad and this have a lot of boss and all... but just this need some more things because juste beat boss repetetivement and buy special apple... Expand
  6. May 4, 2017
    5
    After playing this game for a while, I initially enjoyed this game until I hit a certain point when I was faced with waiting several daysAfter playing this game for a while, I initially enjoyed this game until I hit a certain point when I was faced with waiting several days before I could buy one powerful piece of equipment, unlock a new level or save my apples for something better. However, after looking up the amount of content this game has to offer, I can conclude that unless you're a truly dedicated Kirby fan you should avoid spending your money on this game's microtransaction. Team Kirby Clash Deluxe has a lot of nice throwbacks to the series, but the repetition that becomes evident due to your option between only 4 abilities may deem this game as a low point for the series, even when compared to titles like Amazing Mirror and Squeak Squad. Unless this game gets a massive update in the near future, I'd advise you to give this game a shot, though be prepared to spend a few days before you can access new battles and gear. Expand
  7. May 16, 2017
    0
    At its best, Team Kirby Clash Deluxe is like going to Disneyworld as a child and getting mugged by Goofy and Mickey for crack money. ThereAt its best, Team Kirby Clash Deluxe is like going to Disneyworld as a child and getting mugged by Goofy and Mickey for crack money. There isn't a lot of game here - just a handful of recycled fights from an actual Kirby game - but the monetization is impressive. Every single item, every single quest, and all the energy you need to run them is monetized. The whole thing comes out to $27 - spoiler? - but that isn't really the point: even though it would be low on content for a $30 game, at least if it were sold for a ticket price like that you could progress through it naturally. As is, you can't - there's a lot of grinding of the already extremely limited level selection. There's no online multiplayer, and playing with the AIs feels kind of like running an extremely simplified WOW raid with a team of caffeinated eight year olds. Expand

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