Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe lastly arrives on Nintendo Swap in late February. Not solely has the sport been in receipt of a Swap-friendly overhaul, however pink puffball Kirby has secured itself some all-new Copy skills to play with.
I coined Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe as the Kirby co-op sport for Swap that we each want and deserve, and whereas I seemingly received’t bounce into it straight away, it’s a sport that I’m excited to tug out each time I’ve mates over. With new Copy skills to experiment with, I’m much more excited to know that once I do decide up the sport, there’ll be one thing new for me to rejoice over.
Introduced on the Nintendo UK Twitter account, Kirby will obtain a brand new Sand Copy capability (cue The Chordette’s Mr. Sandman, please). When beneath the affect of sand, Kirby can mould quite a lot of shapes to fight foes, with Nintendo’s photographs exhibiting off Kirby manipulating sand right into a citadel, and a fist.
This isn’t all, both, with Nintendo quickly following up that Kirby will probably be granted the Competition Copy capability too. This one is a specific deal with for long-standing Kirby followers, with the Competition capability being borrowed from earlier Kirby sport, Kirby Star Allies. This capability will enable Kirby to perform a little dancing with pal, Minna, and switch its enemies into helpful objects!
Now, right here’s to hoping that a few of Kirby’s cool Copy skills from Kirby and the Forgotten Land in some way make their means into Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe. We have already got the likes of Sleep, Crash, Sword, and plenty of extra of Kirby’s key Copy skills, however wouldn’t it’s good to see Ranger and Drill Kirby seem too?
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe releases for Nintendo Swap on February 24. Tell us what you suppose, and extra importantly, which of Kirby’s Copy skills is your favorite?