Kirby: Super Star Ultra Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Kirby: Super Star Ultra Reviews12
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|Destructoid||8.5/10||Oct 03 '08|
|Digital Chumps||8.8/10||Nov 10 '08|
|DS Nintendo Life||9/10||Apr 17 '09|
|GameDaily||6/10||Sep 22 '08|
|GameZone||7.7/10||Oct 06 '08|
|HookedGamers.com||8/10||Sep 28 '08|
|IGN DS||7.9/10||Sep 22 '08|
|Thunderbolt||8/10||Oct 19 '08|
|Vooks||9/10||Sep 03 '08|
|Zentendo||7/10||Oct 20 '08|
|EuroGamer||6/10||Sep 28 '09|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||80%||Sep 16 '09|
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Kirby: Super Star Ultra Previews
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|Gaming-Age||Jun 30 '08|
|Gamespy||Jul 25 '08|
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"In the pink?"
"Nintendo didn't do much to spruce up the original game. There are some cute full motion video cut scenes but they're low resolution. The graphics are simple and colorful, with white puffy clouds, dark forests and dank underground lairs, but nothing shows off the DS' power or introduces an ingenious way to use the hardware."
"Kirby's third Nintendo DS adventure sits somewhere between the first two: it's not as creative as Kirby's Canvas Curse, but it's not as "by the numbers" formulaic as Kirby's Squeak Squad. It's definitely a fun, quality DS adventure even if it didn't start out that way: the short-and-sweet adventure structure actually feels at home on the Nintendo DS, but the slightly easy level of difficulty might make this one a short-lived addition to your Nintendo DS library."
"More pink blobs than a weight watchers convention. We don't know why Kirby hasn't reached the same heady heights of fame as his fellow Nintendo chums like Mario, Link and Pikachu. The vast majority of Kirby games have been enjoyable platforming romps and there's rarely been a stinker in the pink lad's 17-year history. Yet for some reason he's the sort of character who feels obliged to stand in the back row of any Nintendo group photo. Click here to read the full article"
"This is standard platforming fare, with running and jumping combined with Kirby's innate tendencies of swallowing enemies and absorbing their powers. There's a lot of different abilities here, and for the most part, they are unique and have their own special attacks, etc."
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- Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition
- Kirby's Epic Yarn
- Kirby's Return to Dream Land
- Kirby's Block Ball
- Kirby's Dream Land
- Kirby's Dream Land 2
- Kirby's Pinball Land
- Kirby's Star Stacker
- Kirby's Tilt 'n' Tumble