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Kirby games have a bad habit of being released when a console is practically dead. Kirby's Dreamland 3 suffered this misfortune by being released a year after the Nintendo 64 was introduced. I was one of those people who passed over this game. I recall seeing it in video rental stores, but my attention was directed solely towards the N64 at that time. Besides, I had already played Kirby Super Star, the ultimate Kirby collection, so why did I need this game that seemed to ape Yoshi's Island v...
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