North America is next up to receive the ultra-adorable Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. With the Wii U platformer set for February 20, Nintendo is here with a short but sweet TV commercial featuring some wonderful Kirby claymation. Hit the jump for more.
Nintendo has a new promotional video for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, providing plenty of gameplay footage along with some amiibo support info. Hit the jump to watch.
Originally just set for sometime next February, Nintendo now has an official North American release date for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. The clay-rolling action hits Wii U on February 13, 2015. Hit the jump for more.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe's May 2 North American release date on 3DS isn't too far off, so Nintendo is ramping up promotion with a mighty intense TV commercial. Sing along to the provided lyrics as Kirby does his thing in the video after the jump.
Kirby swallows an entire train in the latest trailer for Kirby Triple Deluxe. He just waits for it to come down the tracks and inhales the whole thing. Watch Kirby being awesome in a variety of ways in the footage after the jump.
How fun does Kirby Triple Deluxe look? Pretty darn fun is my immediate answer, and the latest European trailer backs that up nicely. Kirby's next adventure arrives there on May 16, and it will be joined by an appropriately pink 2DS. Hit the jump for the video and more.
The latest trailer for Kirby Triple Deluxe has an extra large helping of gameplay, including a look at the various 3D hazards, Kirby's many power-ups, the multiplayer battle mode, and more. Dig into the preview of Kirby's next platforming adventure after the jump.
Kirby Triple Deluxe looks like some good old fashioned, no nonsense Kirby fun. It may not shake things up as much as other entries, but new gameplay clips show off some fun-looking power-ups and more after the jump.
Nintendo has a Japanese date set for Kirby's upcoming outing on 3DS, which arrives over there on January 11, 2014. Hit the jump for more!
A new Kirby game was announced for 3DS during this morning's Nintendo Direct presentation, and all is right with the world once more. See what's in store for the deadly pink puff in the brief trailer after the jump.
Back in April, thanks to Kickstarter funding, Ukiyo-e Heroes was able to produce their Kirby inspired "Soul Eater" with materials and techniques authentic to those used centuries ago in old Edo, Japan. Watch the process after the jump.
While speaking during E3, Super Smash Bros. designer Masahiro Sakurai was ready to divulge some information, but not all of it. One thing Sakurai is currently keeping behind closed doors is what happens when Kirby swallows the fighter's most celebrated new addition, Mega Man. See what he had to say after the jump.
Last week we posted about Nintendo's attempt to break the world record for most people blowing a chewing gum bubble simultaneously. Well, it went down today at PAX Prime in Seattle, WA, and the record was broken with 536 fans in attendance. Pic and more past the break!
Those who plan to attend PAX Prime might want to pack some Bubble Yum, because Nintendo will be attempting to set a new world record for the most people blowing a chewing gum bubble simultaneously. The bubble bursting event is, appropriately, in celebration of Kirby's 20th anniversary, and it all goes down on September 1. Details after the jump!
Kirby's Dream Collection is full of classic Kirby adventures, but those craving fresh content will want to check out the brand new challenge stages. The 10 included challenge levels use the Kirby's Return to Dreamland engine to add some intensity to the pink fluff's anniversary celebration. Read on for more.