Kirby’s Return To Dream Land On Nintendo Wii Is Getting A Remake For Switch

kirby's return to dream land deluxe

Today’s Nintendo Direct revealed a wide number of new games and announcements, one including the Kirby’s Return To Dream Land Deluxe.

Kirby fans you will know that Return To Dreamland was originally going to be created for the Gamecube, but push backs forced Nintendo’s hand to launch it on the Nintendo Wii in 2011.

The original Return To Dream Land was focused on multiplayer alongside brining back the platformer touch, the new remake does just that too, allowing up to four players on one system to play.

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The all new graphical upgrade adds a nice touch and there’s even added new sub games giving players a whole new experience when playing the game.

Kirby’s Return To Dreamland Deluxe also features the iconic copy abilities, allowing all four palyers to use Kirby and its copy abilities at once.

They also revealed an all new ability called Mecha Ability that adds a new way of fighting through the game, it’s something i can’t wait to test!

kirby mech ability

You can fight enemies from a distance, or use your new robotic arms to punch foes into oblivion. It’s also packed with other impressive features which we won’t spoil for you.

This will be a great game for old school Kirby fans and Kirby enthusiasts who want to ability to play with up to four friends on one system, allowing friends to choose from a wide number of different characters and copy abilities!

You can also play through a wide number of different sub games including a new game called Magalor’s Tom Trackers and old ones such as Samurai Kirby. All can be played with up to three friends.

Kirby’s Return To Dream Land Deluxe Release Date

February 24th 2023

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