There are so many special cafes and themed restaurants in Japan it can seem a little dizzying. They're all so cute, too. That's why this announcement is all the sweeter. There's a Kirby cafe planned for the future! Hit the jump for more!
Last week we posted a quick 'Kirby Kicks Bot' trailer for Kirby: Planet Robobot, but if you're looking for something a bit meatier, Nintendo has you covered. An overview trailer recently went online to showcase everything from the powers Kirby can get by himself to the various Robobot abilities and more. Check it out after the jump.
Kirby: Planet Robobot hits Nintendo 3DS in the west on June 10, so Nintendo is here with another brief look at gameplay. Watch as Kirby "kicks bot" (sorry, blame Nintendo) in the trailer after the jump.
Nintendo announced Kirby: Planet Robobot, which has Kirby jacking enemy mechs and looking tough as nails in the process, early last month. It's set to launch on Nintendo 3DS around the world on June 10—a little over a month after its April 28 debut in Japan—and you can see how it's shaping up in the most recent Japanese overview trailer after the jump.
In celebration of the upcoming Kirby 3DS title Kirby Planet Robobot, Japan is getting some pretty sweet Kirby covers, styluses, and screen cleaner straps meant for New 3DS XL. Hit the jump to give them a look!
Kirby already has a history of using his enemies' powers against them, and now he'll be doing the same with their technology in Kirby: Planet Robobot. Robotic invaders have taken over Dreamland, so it's up to Kirby to take them out in the platforming and enemy devouring we've come to love. Hit the jump for the trailer and more.
Good Smile Company released the pink hero of Dream Land's Kirby on January 27th, with a re-release now scheduled for June. In the collections of fans for the past two weeks, figure photographers seems to be having WAY too much fun with this guy. Get a look after the jump.
Good Smile Company is releasing a Nendoroid toy of Kirby, the star of numerous video games by Nintendo and HAL Laboratory. Hit the jump to check it out.