Nintendo of America has uploaded the North American television advert for Kirby’s latest adventure, Kirby Triple Deluxe. The musical video, which is accompanied by plenty of Kirby related gameplay footage, show off a number of Kirby’s special moves. Kirby Triple Deluxe launches in North America on May 2nd.
To coincide with the launch of the incredibly cute Kirby Triple Deluxe, Nintendo has released the Kirby Triple Deluxe soundtrack which is available on Club Nintendo Japan. The soundtrack is available for 250 points for those who bought the game and have registered it on the site. For those that don’t own the game, but want the soundtrack, then it will set you back 400 points. The Kirby Triple Deluxe Sound Selection CD features 46 tracks and 3 bonus ones.
Nintendo has released a new commercial for Kirby: Triple Deluxe. As shown in the 30-second clip, Kirby’s expandable mouth and body allow him to inhale things that are significantly larger than himself, such as a giant eel or an enormous tree. The Nintendo 3DS game launches January 11th in Japan, and it will arrive in North America and Europe later this year.
The Magic Box has obtained data from Japanese wholesalers which shows the most pre-ordered video games in Japan during December. As you might expect there’s a couple of Nintendo games on the list including the charming Kirby: Triple Deluxe on the Nintendo 3DS. You can see all the pre-ordered titles, below.
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs Full Boost (PS3)
- Hoshi no Kirby: Triple Deluxe (3DS)
- Dragon Quest Monsters: Iru to Ruka no Fushigi na Fushigi na Kagi (3DS)
- Sengoku Basara 4 (PS3)
- Diablo III (PS3)
- J-Stars Victory Vs (PS3)
- Dark Souls II (PS3)
- Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f 2nd (PSV)
- Ryu ga Gotoku: Ishin (PS3)
- Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f 2nd (PS3)
Nintendo Japan have posted a glorious overview trailer for Kirby Triple Deluxe on the Nintendo 3DS. Kirby’s latest adventure features two new modes. Kirby Fighters and Dedede’s Drum Dash that can be found within the game when it launches for the Nintendo 3DS in 2014. You can read plenty more details about Kirby Triple Deluxe, right here.
Nintendo Japan has confirmed that the forthcoming Kirby: Triple Deluxe for the Nintendo 3DS will be released in Japan on January 11th. The company also revealed a brand new teaser website for Kirby’s latest adventure which can be viewed, here. Kirby: Triple Deluxe will be available in Japan for 4,800 yen. Nintendo has yet to announce a North American or European release date for the game, but hopefully we won’t have too long to wait.
trailer above to see Kirby in action – at one point he even sports a little green hat and a pirate costume. What do you think of the trailer? Let us know in the comments below.
A brand new Kirby game has been announced as part of this afternoon’s Nintendo Direct. The game hasn’t got a title yet, but it will be launching next year for the Nintendo 3DS. Make sure you check out the
Nintendo Europe has announced that two Kirby titles will be appearing on the Wii U Virtual Console this week. Kirby’s Dream Course puts a new spin on golf, with Kirby as the ball and enemies as obstacles! Conquer eight different courses packed with water, spikes, conveyor belts and trampolines. Roll Kirby to take out enemies, and then head for the hole that appears. Adjust the angle of movement, add spin and power, and also copy the powers of enemies; such as using a parasol to float, ice to freeze water or fire to burn bad guys! Kirby’s Dream Course also features a two-player mode to compete against a friend.
Kirby Super Star features not one, not two, but six games in one – plus extra modes and minigames – all starring the powerful pink hero with the ability to copy his enemies’ abilities. Each adventure has its own storyline, featuring Kirby battling against classic foes like Meta Knight and King Dedede, and unique gameplay; from platforming to treasure-hunting and even a space shoot ‘em up! A friend can also join in as Kirby’s helper, using their own copy abilities to attack enemies and come to Kirby’s aid.
The Kirby Patch Set, which features Kirby’s Epic Yarn variant of Kirby and Prince Fluff, can be redeemed from the North American Club Nintendo for half the coins until the end of the week. Members who choose to claim the reward by September 15th only have to use 175 of their coins, rather than spending the normal 350.
The other Kirby-related Club Nintendo reward, Limited Edition Kirby Medal, is currently sold out as there were only 1,000 of them available.
Nintendo has released a TV commercial for Kirby’s Dream Collection: Special Edition. The game includes a total of six classic Kirby games, and will be released with a Kirby history booklet as well as a Kirby soundtrack disc. The collection will launch for Wii in North America on September 16th.