Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition - Wii
- Also known as: Kirby's Dream Collection, Kirby: 20th Anniversary Edition
- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Nostalgia fun? Check.
Hard to get games all in one package! Seriously, get this one, you'll be glad you did. Keep in mind that it's quite pricey, however. I got it new for 70$ at the time (which I never pay a game that high) and it's rocketing to 100$ as i'm writing this review. This one deserved this much (70) in my opinion. The artbook is good and teaches a lot on kirby! The games extends that even more in the HISTORY category in the Wii CD. The soundtracks left me okay but it's nothing to be excited about as a standalone. Serious title to consider acquiring!
The book that comes with the game is very good and tells a little bit about each game and the history of how Kirby started. It's very informative.
This game is the answer to your prayer.
This games is fun.
You can play six of the best Kirby's games from the NES, SNES, Game Boy, and N64 era and with some bonus contains.
In celebration for Kirby's 20th anniversary, Nintendo has published "Kirby's Dream Collection", an anthology of six Kirby games, including exclusive new content. At this point you are either a Kirby fan or not. If you don't like Kirby nothing here will change your mind. But for those Kirby fans this is a Godsend. Kirby was originally a stand in until the developers could come up with a more sophisticated character design when they made the first "Dream Land" game, but they got so attached to the little puff they decided to keep him. And that's Kirby's appeal for even the "mature" games. There is something irascibly attractive about the character.
In every way, shape, and form, "Kirby's Dream Collection" trumps the rather insipid "Super Mario 25th Anniversary Edition" Nintendo released in 2010 for the Wii. The "Super Mario" collection was simply the SNES ROM of "Super Mario All-Stars" thrown onto a Wii disk with no updates whatsoever. They didn't even update the SNES controllers represented graphically in the game itself and there's so much wasted storage space on that disk it should be criminal. I love "All-Stars" and bought the game, but as far as an Anniversary celebrating the biggest name in Video Gaming (and Nintendo's single most valuable character), the results were underwhelming to say the least. It's even better than the "Mega Man Collection" from 2004, released on the Gamecube, Playstation 2, and original XBOX.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
A ton of Kirby games in one affordable bundle. What is not to love?Published 4 months ago by V. Spensieri
Very happy with the quality of the product and my son lives the games.Published 9 months ago by Ingrid Fast
This would be great for someone who was into video games back when Kirby was new. Seeing how the technology progressed is very interesting. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Susan
Game was in perfect condition. Our 10 year old twin boys love it. Would definitely recommend this game to others.Published on Jan. 3 2014 by Rod benoit
this arrived in tact and package was great. It is a gift so I have no idea if it works or not.Published on Dec 20 2013 by Pamela McDivitt