DHGF: In a similar move to 2010′s Super Mario All-Stars, Nintendo is celebrating twenty years of Kirby with Kirby’s Dream Collection. It brings together six of his earliest platforming exploits, ranging from the Game Boy era to the Nintendo 64. In addition, fans are treated to a timeline highlighting Kirby’s entire history, along with a few episodes of the anime and both packaging and trailers for each game. Challenge stages exclusive to this collection, combined with the soundtrack and art book bundled with the game, make for a great collector’s piece for fans of the franchise. Some of the games might be a tough sell for those that didn’t grow up with the series and the outer box doesn’t make it as “collectible” as it could be, but otherwise this collection offers something for everyone. While this might be one of the last significant releases that we’ll see out of Nintendo for the Wii, I sincerely hope characters like Samus and Donkey Kong see a similar treatment going forward.