Kirby's Epic Yarn for "serious players" too, developer comments

GamerZines writes:

Whilst clasping your eyes on Kirby's latest outing may perhaps instantly fill you with adoration for the art direction, its developer, Good-Feel, are keen to ensure that despite the cute exterior, even "serious players" should realise that there is enough challenge on offer.

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Neckbear2762d ago (Edited 2762d ago )

At first I thought "You can't die?! What a joke!" but the Beads made up for it, making me get high scores and perfect runs.

I had quite alot of fun with Kirby's Epic Yarn. It was of the best side-scroller platformers we've seen in quite some time, and the graphics clearly show than a good art style and cleverness overcome technically impressive engines.

If anything, I would say than you should try it out. Be a fan of Kirby games or not, it's of the most clever and fun platformers out there.

Ahasverus2762d ago

The game is hard... I mean, you can't die but those bosses would take you a good while if you don't plan well your strategy, I'm having a blast! buy it ^^ oh my sweet childhood ^^

Shoko2762d ago (Edited 2762d ago )

A game doesn't really need to be hard to be enjoyable. This game proves that.

Knushwood Butt2762d ago

With Nintendo's expanded audience out there, and the amazing blue ocean strategy, I wouldn't have thought the developer needs to try and sell this one to any type of gamer.

gtsentry2762d ago

too bad serious gamers dont have the wii

Neckbear2762d ago

Actually, alot of we DO own a Wii.

It's usually refreshing to see a few worthy titles on it, but most of the time it's collecting dust...yet, I still own it, as well as many people out there.

MrBuffalo2762d ago

I think truly serious gamers are attracted to good games so will own any console that has a game worth playing on it. The Wii has quite a few.

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