17. Kirby’s Adventure Wii
The good: Fun way to join multiplayer, known power-ups, Super Abilities are fun to use, great graphics, good controls.
The bad: Levels are still short, instable difficulty.
This is a Kirby game we all know, but with 3D Models.
After so many canceled Kirby games, it’s about time Kirby gets his game released this time around.
It was worth the wait, because now we have the true Kirby game again.
In this game, it’s all about a flying ship that lost its parts, and thus is no longer able to fly.
Now you, Kirby, has to find all the parts back, and collect all gears on your way, to unlock hard, but fun to play, minigames.
Most power-ups are known from the past Kirby games, with some taken away, and some added.
We’re no history of Kirby, so don’t ask us what’s new and what’s unused.
Ironically, there’s no hard Multiplayer mode, but you can spontanously join and quit the game instead.
It’s a great addition, and we think it needs to be used in many more games.
Even than this has some limits, for example, the game doesn’t give a shit if Players 2, 3, or 4 die, but if Player 1 dies, everyone dies.
In addition to that, Player 1 is Kirby, if you like it or not, while other players can choose between Meta Knight (simular to Sword Kirby), King Dedede (simular to Hammer Kirby), Waddle Dee (sumular to Spear Kirby), or a different coloured Kirby (simular to……ah whatever).
About the controls and graphics, there’s not much to complain about.
Actually, it’s even nicely done!
The controls are easy to understand, and when you have to shake the Wii Remote, it clearly shows you in-game when, and how.
The graphics are actually very juicy, not really Wii graphics, but it’s charming to the human eyes.
And finally, the Super Abilities make you pretty much unbeatable, but have a time limit.
The main goal about that is, you need to destroy [INSERT SOMETHING HERE], find the purple hole, get inside, get quickly to the other side, and beat the exact same monster with different abilities.
About the Levels, it’s typically Kirby.
Most Levels are pretty short, still, even though they’ve got extended much, compared to the past Kirby games.
Beating 1 Level would take like 7 minutes, if played casually.
There are 5 Levels per area: 4 normal Levels, and 1 Boss Battle.
The average time per area can take around 35 to 80 minutes, which could be very short for the people that want to play it for a very long time.
And finally, the difficulty.
The difficulty is pretty unstable, as the game starts with areas you can beat while sleeping, and ends with areas, that even Zelda Master Quest pro’s have to worry about.
Even by that, all Bosses are easily beaten.
Most minigames are even harder like that, but take it easy on that!
The first minigames are easy, but second ones are hard to beat.
Overall, this game enjoyed us a lot, but it’s even more fun if you have your friends hooked up.
Don’t worry about them, because if they want to go to the toilet, they simply disconnect their Wii Remote, the other people keep playing, and the same person can reconnect, and continue playing.