Nintendo Switch

Famitsu: Kirby Star Allies Scores 35/40

The review scores are in from the latest edition of Japanese magazine Famitsu. There’s quite a few reviews this week but the one that will catch you attention is the review for Kirby Star Allies on the Nintendo Switch. The game received a review score of 35/40. As with all Famitsu reviews, there’s four reviewers. The four reviewers scored the game 8/9/9/9 which adds up to 35/40. Read on the for the rest of the reviews:

  • Hoshi no Kirby: Star Allies score 35/40 (8/9/9/9)
  • Shingeki no Kyojin 2 (Attack on Titan 2) score 36/40 (9/9/9/9)
  • Future Card Buddyfight Tanjou! Oretachi no Saikyou Buddy! score 32/40 (8/8/8/8)
  • Winning Post 8 2018 score 32/40 (8/8/8/8)
  • Detention score 32/40 (7/8/9/8)
  • Fe score 32/40 (7/8/8/9)
  • Gal☆Gun 2 score 31/40 (8/8/7/8)
  • Wan Nyan Dobutsu Byouin: Pet no Oishasan ni Narou! score 29/40 (8/7/7/7)
  • Dear My Abyss score 28/40 (7/8/7/6)
  • Link Picture Link-a-Pix score 28/40 (7/7/8/6)
  • Earthlock score 27/40 (7/7/6/7)
  • Kyogeki Quartet Fighters score 26/40 (7/6/7/6)

Source

Advertisements

6 comments

  1. That’s pretty good. Seen a few negative comments about Kirby since the demo came out, mainly about it being a lot like other Kirby games, but all platformer Kirby games are basically the same basic formula so not sure what these people were expecting.

    Liked by 3 people

    1. The problem is that they didn’t even bother to create a new world like the Dreamstalk or Planet Robobot, Star Allies uses the exact same settings as Return to Dreamland.
      I don’t expect Kirby to change much, but it feels extremely lazy that we’re back to Cookie Country.

      Like

    1. Can you trust a magazine like Famitsu? Looks like advertized content can’t go lower than 32. Maybe there is a political (economic) reason behind.
      Don’t know about this game, looks good for children, so maybe it’s justified. Certainly it’s big in content.

      Liked by 2 people

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s