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Submitted by GamePodunk 1545d ago | opinion piece

Return of the Pink Puffball: Kirbwii and the Mass Attack

Game Podunk blogger, Kaptain J writes, "With the Nintendo Wii coming to the end of its run, most of Nintendo's attention, home console-wise, is shifting toward its predecessor, the Wii U. The same can be said about the DS, what with the 3DS now in existence and taking up most of Nintendo's handheld attention itself. But that doesn't mean they don't have anything up their sleeves for the two old chaps. Joining the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword as a last-minute Wii release, our favorite little pink puffball will go on yet another (un-yarnful) adventure in Kirby's Return to Dream Land. And giving the DS some last-minute love, the little Dream Land savior will bring us the unique and plentiful Kirby Mass Attack. So before you give up on these two systems, take a look at these two games, because they certainly look promising." (Kirby Mass Attack, Nintendo DS)

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