Kirby is back in Kirby Star Allies digital edition for Nintendo Switch, and this time he's brought a colorful cast of characters along for the adventure. Charm enemies, make friends and take on tough challenges, or watch as the playful pink protagonist consumes skills that make him even more powerful. Kirby Star Allies digital edition for Nintendo Switch lets you level up your character and help friends improve their skills throughout the game.
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Kirby Star Allies for the most part is what you would expect from a Kirby game. It has a fairly easy campaign mode with a good challenge offered by the post game content for those who want it!
As with all recent Kirby games, Kirby Star Allies features a rather prominent gimmick. This time around that gimmick is multiplayer, and the entire game is built around it. This means the game is at its best while playing with up to 3 friends, and its a load of fun. Though playing solo at times can often feel a bit held back due to the games focus on multiplayer, but is still pretty fun!
My only real gripe with the game is that the game tells you how to solve the already somewhat simple puzzles in the game. Which I found a bit annoying.
Over all this game is great for those who enjoy the series, but if you never have enjoyed the Kirby series. Star Allies certainly will not change your mind.
This game is fantastic. The story mode is great, and has all sorts of things you can do in each level. There are puzzles throughout, and all are very enjoyable. Co-op is very smooth, it is great for playing with a couple friends. Co-op is not split screen, so it is easy to see where you are in handheld mode. I would highly recommend this, even with the high price tag. I could play this game over and over again.
Me and my daughter had a BLAST playing through this together, but it was very short-lived as there were only 4 worlds to go through. It took us about 3 or 4 days to complete the game together, so for $60, I would have hoped for a little more content.
A:AnswerThe game is 59.99 on the Nintendo eShop. You would get 300 Nintendo Gold Coins which helps you get other games on the eShop for less. If you get it Physically you would only get 60 Gold Coins and it’s much cheaper getting a Physical Copy. Now when it comes to Digital Download Memory space it’s 3.9GB, which isn’t a lot but if you don’t have an MircoSD Card. You might take up storage in Switch HardDrive which you might want to use on other games.
A:AnswerOne you download digitally and remains in system. The other is the physical game cartridge that you can carry around as well but needs to be inserted in switch console everytime you wanna play it.