Shouts of "Who’s that bloody pink blob that keeps nicking my fruit?" rang across the office long after we should’ve all been hard at work on other things and it’s safe to say that Kirby 64 is going to be a game that will get a lot of use in the coming months.
+Kirby |-There are no cons this game is perfect
+One of the most complex and challenging|
combat systems of all time |
+Awesome graphics look even better than |
most of the games today
+Story and character are very well written
+Best video game music of all time
+Huge and extremely detailed open world
It took forever for Kirby to make it to Nintendo 64 but truth be told, after this formulaic and instantly forgettable cartridge, nobody’s likely to start whining about how long it takes for the ol’ pink pudge to make his return. Pass on this one.
After making amazing games on the Super Nintendo Hal decided it's time for Kirby to go..3D!!!!!! So this amazing game was released. The platforming felt great and the gameplay is perfect. The controls are good and the graphics are cute!
This game...I LOVE IS SO MUCH.Seriously,what's not to love about?This game is one of the best if not the best game on **** selling point of this game is you can combine powerups together.Some of them are really cool(like mixing bomb and bomb to launch missilles)some of them are hilarious(like mixing spark and ice to create a frige).Hands down one of the best kirby games of all **** favorite ability is the lightsaber :).
I really enjoyed this game. It was a pretty good play. The boss fight with the 3 shards is a pretty difficult challenge. The level design is very cool looking and I enjoyed the fusing abilities gimmick.
Kirby 64 is a decent game. It is a great pick up for younger gamers but I don't see many people over the age of 16 picking this game up after it's short campaign. The music is solid, and graphically it's one of the system's best looking games. I just wish there was more to this game. More difficulty or replay value would have done wonders.
For me it's a 7.5 and to me that's good. It's a standard Kirby game with appropriate graphics for the time it was released. There's nothing over the top about it when compared to other games from the same time but there's nothing disappointing about it at all.
What you see is exactly what you get. You'll have fun playing this but it won't be as many hours as a DK64, Conker's Bad Fur Day or a Zelda game.
SummaryDart past enemies, soar the skies and swim the depths of the ocean as Kirby takes on Dark Matter in an all-new adventure. Inhale, exhale and swallow your enemies, then copy and combine their abilities and use them as your own! Team up with familiar friends and foes - like Waddle Dee and King Dedede - as you travel through dreamy worlds i...