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Submitted by dekeliko 907d ago | opinion piece

Does It Hold Up: Kirby’s Adventure

Oprainfall writes:

"I’m one of the few members of the Operation Rainfall staff that didn’t grow up with the NES. Most of my experience with the system was when I went over to my friends’ house to play their older sister’s NES. Given that other, more interesting systems were available, it was like dreaming of listening to CDs with a brand new boombox as you’re listening to your grandpa’s old record player. It didn’t help that most of the games my friends had were total crap.

Several years later, I got myself a Wii and decided to buy some titles from Nintendo’s older consoles. While some older NES games were indeed crap, there were quite a few gems to be found here. One of which was Kirby’s Adventure. Considering how I liked Kirby: Canvas Curse and Kirby’s Return to Dreamland, I was interested in seeing its origins on the NES…well, its remake on the NES, anyways." (Kirby's Adventure, Retro)

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