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Submitted by RoboSpiff 1902d ago | review

RoboAwesome's Kirby's Epic Yarn | Review (Wii)

When Nintendo unveiled Kirby’s Epic Yarn at E3 this year, there were several cases of Cuteness Overload reported at hospitals nationwide. Symptoms ranged from enormous, glazed over eyes, to people trying to knit a model of Patch World only to inadvertently impale themselves on their knitting needles. Now, several months later, everyone has received treatments and the appropriate vaccines and the game has hit store shelves. Unfortunately, it is entirely likely that players of this game, which is Kirby’s first console platformer outing in over a decade, will still suffer some recurring symptoms due to the overwhelmingly adorable pink menace. (Kirbys Epic Yarn, Wii) 95/100

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