Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe launching on Nintendo Switch later this month, it features a remastered version of a beloved Wii game. In addition to the main campaign, the game features Merry Magoland, a location with a mix of new and returning sub-games from previous Kirby titles. In total, players have 10 sub-games to play, with competitive multiplayer to complement the co-op of the main campaign. To build hype for the mode, Nintendo released a brand new trailer showing what players can expect.
The new trailer for Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe can be found embedded below.
Hopefully the game’s new features will provide enough stimulation for those who already enjoyed the Wii version! In addition to these subgames, Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe includes two brand new Copy Abilities (Mecha and Sand), as well as the appearance of the Festival Ability that debuted in Kirby Star Allies. Leaked box art from the game also hinted at the possibility of a new “Magolor Epilogue” that was not present in the original game, but there has been no official confirmation at the time of writing.
The Kirby franchise has been around since 1992 and includes video games, merchandise, an anime series, and more. The franchise is co-owned by Nintendo and developer HAL Laboratory. Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe comes just a year after the release of Kirby and the Forgotten Land, which also appeared on Nintendo Switch. While Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe features the traditional 2D gameplay the series is best known for, Kirby and the Forgotten Land brought the Kirby series fully in 3D for the first time in the character’s history. The game received great reviews and the best sales in the history of the series. It remains to be seen whether Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe will find that level of success, but fans can find out for themselves when the game releases on February 24!
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