#0638 Hoshi no Kirby: Sanjou! Dorocche Dan is out!

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by berlinka, Oct 29, 2006.

  1. berlinka
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    Downloading it now! Oh boy can't wait! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    i hope it will be translated soon enough\
     
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    The Box Art

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    Is this what's going to be Kirby Squeak Squad in the West?

    Works on SC SD, trim rom, enable restart, enable patch cart access (High). Seems fun [​IMG]
     
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    No need for, it's perfectly playable in Japanese.

    I really love this game. [​IMG]
     
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    Works on M3 Lite: Trim ROM, Force R/W, Safe Mode.

    Woo check me out [​IMG] I think this is my 1st ever post...The game looks nice and clean, much like Kirby and the Amazing Mirror for [​IMG] . First impressions is that with the ability to "touch" your "abilities" lol
     
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    Yeah I agree, if you've played the GBA games then you'll be at home with this the controls are basically the same, and if you haven't played before it takes like 5 seconds to get used to the buttons.
     
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    Maybe I should check out that GBA game as well, never played it. But I've played the original on the NES to death.

    Anyway, this DS release is much better than Canvas Curse imo.
     
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    Indeed, there's absolutely no need to have the English version. It's so intuitive. At first it seemed a bit more of the same, but there's some really beautiful backdrops, lots of weapons and some subtle touch screen elements. The lower screen is more or less a carrying bag...

    I love it!!!
     
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    A few things it took me a while to work out - double tap a direction to run. You can combine the little mini kirbies on the lower screen, three of them together make an extra life.

    This game makes me smile [​IMG]
     
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    is it really good? i played for like 20 seconds and switched off my ds again thinking: "what's good in this game?"
    will there be a gba version, too? i guess it's much more fun on my micro!
     
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    Enjoying the game so far. Sure it's the same old stale Kirby action with a tiny little gimmick but it's still enjoyable [​IMG]

    Also no language problems like usual. Except maybe for the story but who cares! It's Kirby!
     
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    Wat about the people like me that dunt kno Japanise [​IMG]
     
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    ninja kirby ftw
     
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    well i can't wait to play this one, cause the last good kirby game i played in my opinion is Superstar. Mirror Labyrinth or whatever it was called was too much of a "castlevania kirby" where you needed certain weapons at certain points on the map to go on. I hope this one is a bit more like the originals where there's no real maze or anything just well designed stages.
     
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    Eh. It's good to see another "old-school" Kirby game, but I hope they release a sequel to Canvas Curse, though.
     

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