Kirby and the Rainbow Curse review | Eurogamer

If Mario is Nintendo's McCartney, then perhaps Kirby is its Harrison, the quiet, unassuming multi-instrumentalist responsible for some of the company's more offbeat moments (I've also heard it's Kirby that may have introduced Mario and co. to the magic of mushrooms). Since his inception at the hands of Masahiro Sakurai at HAL Laboratory, Kirby's lent himself to the further reaches of Nintendo's experiments, from the accelerometer powered Tilt 'n' Tumble to the slick velocity of Air Ride.

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